Where to Go
The first thing to look into is whether you want to go off to remote area or whether you want to go nearby where you can drive. This will be dictated by the kind of fishing facilities that are available nearby and away from home. Generally the more natural the setting, the more fun the trip is.
What’s the Package?
Are you being offered accommodation only or whether you will also get some extra perks such as food and a ride to the fishing areas? Are there any extra facilities being offered or is it just the basic stuff? Make sure you know what charges will be there for extra facilities. There can be hidden costs that can be really heavy.
Do They Offer Supplies
Check if the lodge will offer you supplies or will you need to bring your own rods and nets. See if the lodge provides them for a price that makes it more economical than getting your own ones. Also see if they can arrange for a guide as fishing can get easier in the guidance of someone who knows the area.
Time of the Year
During peak fishing season, you will find it hard to find a lodge, let alone one that is economical. On the flip-side, during the off-season, you should get a pretty good lodge with a good number of facilities for a great price.
Check for feedback on the lodges you are considering. If there is a rating available, study that to make sure that you come to a lodge that provides good services. You probably do not want to end up with a place with bed bugs and no heating but only a fancy name.