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Full Day Float Trip

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Asheville, North Carolina, United States

  • Activities

    Fly Fishing

  • Price
    $450 USD per trip
  • Duration

    6 to 10 hours on water

  • Avg Distance

    4 to 15 miles

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Daily with departure time typically 6:00 - 10:00 a.m.

  • Starting Location

    Asheville

  • Price Includes

    Flies, gear, boots and waders, gourmet lunch, digital trip photos, cold bottled water, snacks, guides

  • Notes

    We recommend booking your trip at least 2 weeks in advance to get preferred date

Highlights

  • No other trip allows you to access over 100 miles of river that is not accessible by foot.
  • Enjoy the natural beauty where mountains and canyons meet wide waters with bald eagles, wild fish, and king fishers.
  • Interested in trout? Our most popular trip takes you to one of the southeast's famous tailwaters for a chance at the fish of a lifetime.
  • Use the best gear as we are endorsed by Simms, Boulder Boat Works, R.L. Winston, Rio, SA, NRS, Sage, Ross Reels and Gopro.
  • Be lead by friendly, experienced guides whose goal is to give the best service you have ever experienced on and off the water.

Guide

Trip Info

This fly fishing trip is the most popular among our regular guests. If we had to choose one trip as a favorite, it would be without hesitation, the full day Float Trip for Trout or Smallmouth Bass.

No other trip allows you to access over 100 miles of river that is not accessible by foot. However, many of our guests enjoy jumping out of the boat for a quick wading opportunity, especially while we prepare a gourmet shore lunch. That means fewer people, less pressure and better fishing.

Aside from the fishing, our guests enjoy the natural beauty where mountains and canyons meet wide waters with bald eagles, wild fish and king fishers.

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