This was the third time I have stayed at Harman’s. Again we found the cabins clean, and grounds in great shap, just at shown on their website. My son caught a 18” rainbow on his first cast, barged all day. He stopped bragging after I caught a 19” the next day. I followed up on my third day with the largest trout of my life, 20” seven pound rainbow, all were caught on fly rods. What a great trip, have booked a return in late October.
It was nice to find a pet friendly cabin to stay in. Wished it was closer to the stream but the walk was nice, neighbors were friendly. Had to do some driving to get to other areas. Everything was clean and comfortable, needs a mop when traveling with a 16 month old grandson, you need to clean up spills.
I talked to a least 25 other fishermen, two claimed they caught a couple of fish each the rest said they weren't sure if they even had a strike. I said one young boy catch a nice size Rainbow Trout and my wife caught an 18.5 inch Brook Trout other than that I didn't even get a bite and I'm a very experienced in the out doors. Beautiful place and country side.
The family and staff are second to none. The place is immaculate and it’s just a piece of paradise. Cabins Are very nice. Fishing was great hiking is wonderful. Cabins are spaced so you don’t feel like you’re on top of each other. And the fire pits burn bright
I've visited Harman's several times. It is always a dependably enjoyable and positive experience. The fishing this spring was a bit challenging, as the stream level was unusually low for this time of year (early April), but the trout were there, extremely strong and active. When you hooked up, you had to hold on. Most enjoyable. Another aspect that I like about Harman's is that it is managed as an ideal blend of service and privacy. The staff is always happy to accommodate needs or requests, but if you don't need them, they are entirely unobtrusive. The result is a peaceful and relaxing stay in an incomparable natural setting. There are not many places that you can absorb the presence of a mountain canyon in such a way. Good job, Harman's