Located in south-central Montana, Last Stand Outfitters utilizes
some of the most beautiful and pristine land in the lower
48 states. Located on the banks of the Bighorn River, the
lodge is surrounded by hundreds of thousands of acres of rolling
prairie prime upland bird habitat. Because of its proximity
to the Bighorn and Yellowstone Rivers, Last Stand has excellent
waterfowl shooting during the cold winter months. And how
about a spring pheasant hunt combined with an afternoon of
fishing on the Bighorn? Hunting in Montana begins in early
September for sharptail grouse, pheasant, Hungarian partridge
and gambles quail. With over 280,000 acres of leased
hunting land, this lodge offers a mix of terrain and habitat
to suit the hunters physical abilities and species preference.
For those hunting in September and October, the Bighorn River
offers trout fishing at its finest and should be strongly
considered for a cast and blast. Situated among
tall aspens and cottonwoods and overlooking the Bighorn River,
the Last Stand Lodge is beautifully matched to its surroundings.
The lodge was purchased in 1992 by Dave and Kim Egdorf and
has been operated as a guest lodge for the last seven years.
The main lodge is a log structure with two spacious bedrooms
with a shared bath. The lodge and rooms are clean and comfortable,
tastefully decorated with a western flare. There is a guest
cabin, which has two bedrooms and a shared bath. This is a
quaint, cozy building that is ideal for 2-3 guests. Parties
are not mixed in the guest cabin. Breakfast and dinner are
served in the main lodge. Kim Egdorf is a professional chef
and the meals that she prepares are first-class.