Reservations and Rates
Weekly rates are as follows:
• Historic Main House & Rock House - $8,000 per week ($7,272.50 + $727.50 county bed tax)
• Way Station - $5,000 per week ($4,545.50 + $454.50 county bed tax)
Historic Main House and Rock House (Maximum 14 guests or 10 anglers):
The Historic Main House and Rock House are packaged together as the main angling compound at Bollibokka. The Historic Main House was built in the 1920's. It has five bedrooms and sleeps ten guests. Adjoining the Historic Main House is the Log Cabin (circa 1860), which is the historic dining room and fully-equipped country kitchen. Across the rolling lawn, the Rock House perches on the shoulder of the McCloud riverbank. The Rock House cottage has two bedrooms that sleeps four more guests and a small kitchen, dining area, and small living room.
Together the Historic Main House and Rock House will accommodate up to fourteen guests, but the compound is limited to no more than ten fishermen on their "beat" at any one time. An angler selecting a week at the Historic Main House & Rock House may bring as many as fourteen guests, (but no more than ten anglers), at any one time during their exclusive week at Bollibokka.
The Way Station (Maximum 6 guests):
The 'Way Station' is located five miles upriver from the Historic Main House. It was built in the early 1970's by a master German craftsman, and features mortise and tenon joinery and open beam construction, conveniently perched on a rock outcrop overlooking a deep emerald pool full of wild McCloud River rainbow and brown trout. The Way Station sleeps six and has its own fully-equipped kitchen, dining room, and living room. The dining, housekeeping and itinerary are identical to the Historic Main House compound. There is a separate housekeeping and dining room staff available at the Way Station when it is used independently from the Historic Main House.
Not included in your stay at Bollibokka are food, items of a personal nature, fishing license, and fishing gear.
The Fly Shop® is not in the insurance business, but we recommend Travel Guard (AIG) and Global Rescue (IMG) coverage as a service with a desire to see your best interests protected. It is impossible to know when an unfortunate situation (loss of luggage, fly rods, illness in the family, or an accident) may occur. However, such things can and do happen, and this insurance can provide a means of recourse against non-refundable financial losses.
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Non-fishing companions have the run of roads and trails on their respective beats on the property. The Bollibokka property is a wonderful natural resource for photography, painting, hiking, birdwatching, and more. And that's not to mention relaxing at any one of the different cabins with a good book and the sights, sounds, and smells of the McCloud River just a stone's throw away.