The cabins generally roll over annually with returning guests from the previous year. The Hogye’s will be in Cabin 11. Rates range from $115 – 260 per night depending upon the size and number of rooms/beds. These are rustic cabins. Team up!
Campgrounds immediately south of KM (1/2 a mile and 1 mile) are Deadman and Baker. They are recommended for anyone wanting to join us. Usually about $30.00 per site/per night. Some have a “golden pass” which is a sizable discount if you have that. With the fish-out Sunday -Thursday, campsites are usually plenty by Sunday after noon.
Besides fishing, the hiking and horse pack trips are available up to the reservoir which is a couple miles and 2,500 feet of elevation gain. KM sits at 6,300 feet in elevation. No internet, no cell signal. Be prepared to “disconnect” and reconnect with nature and peace of mind, completely.
The Middle-Fork of the Stanislaus River flows along highway 108 It is primarily a planted fishery with some “wild” fish. Excellent dry fly and wet fly fishing. Planted fish average10-12 inches, wild fish generally smaller, but pretty.
We will have meals together, fish together or alone, hang out by the campfire.
Reach Tom Hogye for any questions. Been doin this one for a long time.