Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday cabin in North Dakota - Blue Blanket Creek Lodge
Cabin, 3 Bedrooms + Den, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 8-12)
Blue Blanket Creek Lodge offers four season outdoorsman's lodging. For South Dakota hunting and fishing you'll want to be near or on the Missouri River. Mobridge South Dakota is the preferred destination for the true outdoorsman. Make Blue Blanket Creek Lodge your lodging accommodation of choice. Pack your fishing and hunting equipment and head to Mobridge, South Dakota.
ICE FISHING - When the weather turns cold the fishing turns hot on Lake Oahe. Some of the finest ice fishing in the country is between Walth Bay and Pollock. Blue Blanket Creek Lodge is close to the action and a very comfortable place to spend an evening after a day on the ice. WALLEYE FISHING - Walleye fishing (along with many other species) is a great sport. Lake Oahe near the Mobridge area is one of South Dakota’s finest fisheries. Blue Blanket Creek Lodge is only 10 minutes away from two boat ramps. It’s a comfortable and economical place for groups of four or more to stay while fishing Lake Oahe. PHEASANT and WATERFOWL HUNTING - Pheasant and goose hunting are second to none in this part of South Dakota. There are over 50,000 acres of public hunting in Walworth County alone! The BBC Lodge/public hunting combination makes for a very economical hunt, but guided hunts are available.Make Blue Blanket Creek Lodge your home away from home. Comfort and convenience. Contact us today for reservations.
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Gregg Hubner
Gregg & Marsha Hubner are South Dakota born and raised, growing up in the farming and ranching business, and always enjoying the outdoors. Today Gregg continues his career in real estate, including auctions, appraisals and real estate sales. Marsha is a devoted wife/mother/grandmother and together we raised our four children (3 are still in South Dakota). She enjoys music and leads several Ladies Bible Studies each year. We team up in the spring and fall to do some farming, which we also enjoy. Our oldest son Jesse, and his wife Jaimie are the caretakers of Blue Blanket Creek Lodge. Our greatest reward from owning the lodge since 2006 is getting feedback through e mails and letters of successful walleye fishing and pheasant or deer hunting from people many states away that probably only have that one opportunity a year to enjoy the outdoors in this way. We truly understand that everybody doesn't want to spend the money it takes to stay at a full service lodge and hunt pen raised pheasants and be bussed around and told when to shoot and when to sit. At BBCL you have the freedom of being on your own schedule and making your own memories. It must be working, as we have had the same groups coming back every year since 2006. Give us a try sometime.
Gregg Hubner purchased this cabin in 2006
Guestbook comments from the owner
My wife and I returned home to Seattle last night...we had a great time at your lodge! It’s a beautiful place and we thoroughly enjoyed it. We extend our compliments to you and your wife (and whoever else was involved) for decorating it in such an inviting and tasteful way. Every detail was carefully thought of, right down to the night light covers! It’s truly a beautiful place.
The pheasant hunting was spectacular...I had not trouble getting a limit each day. The birds were pretty jumpy in some areas since the cold and snow has them flocked up in such large numbers. It was fun, though, to see such large numbers of birds, even if they were jumping out of range. On several occasions, I kicked up 25 or more pheasants at a time. That’s something that we just don’t have in the State of Washington. We have pheasant hunting, but a full day of work might put up 3 or 4 roosters. I spotted that many from the deck of your cabin!
Thanks again, and we look forward to returning next year. Are you taking reservations yet? We would be interested in dates in late October or early November. Please let me know.
. . . . . Cary"