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Charlie Downs builds high-quality custom bamboo fly rods at the CWO location in Weaverville. He and his wife Marnie moved to this area from Lexington, KY. in May of 2008. One of the ... moreprimary attractions of the area for Charlie is the plethora of wonderful fly fishing opportunities within an hour of his home…He enjoys fishing to the point that he “would rather fish than eat”, and he self admittedly REALLY likes to eat. Charlie would be happy to take you on a fly fishing trip using one of his custom bamboo fly rods.
Jeff T. Curtis– Prior to launching Curtis Wright Outfitters in March 2003, Jeff worked as an independent fly fishing guide and instructor in Western North Carolina and an innkeeper ... moreat Sourwood Inn, a thirteen room inn on 100 acres of land in Asheville, NC. As part of the design and development team at Sourwood Inn, Jeff was instrumental in creating an outdoor-oriented atmosphere, blending a rustic feel with the amenities of a luxury inn. His responsibilities as innkeeper included advertising, bookkeeping, and guest relations. Prior to innkeeping, Jeff worked at two psychiatric facilities, Park Ridge Hospital in Fletcher, NC and Marshall Pickens in Greenville, SC. While employed at these institutions, he worked with other team members to create and implement a comprehensive treatment program. Jeff has also served as Director of Programs at Project SOAR, a wilderness-based therapeutic recreation program near Waynesville, NC. His responsibilities included leading team building exercises and ropes course elements, as well as developing and implementing group initiatives. Jeff also served as partner and manager in a multi-store chain of clothing stores in Florida. He received a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from Furman University. Jeff runs the two Curtis Wright Outfitters shops from the main office in Weaverville. Jeff makes his client’s trip fun and has even been know to catch a fish or two!
Carlton Wright Murrey– Prior to launching Curtis Wright Outfitters in March 2003, Carlton worked in the Retail and Consumer Products investment banking division of Wachovia Securities. ... morePrior to business school, he was a manager in Client Services and Business Development for U.S. Inspect, a national property inspection company based in Northern Virginia, and also in the International Project Development Group of the Smithsonian Institution. Carlton has designed, implemented, and participated in outdoor programs throughout his formative years and professional career. Carlton received a bachelor of arts degree in German from the University of North Carolina at Asheville, where he was awarded the Russ Reynolds Foreign Language Award and the Manly E. Wright Award for Outstanding Scholarship and graduated summa cum laude with distinction. Following graduation, Carlton was awarded a Fulbright Grant to study in Münster, Germany. He received his MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. Carlton is head of the Guide Services division of CWO and he is the one that will help you book your next guided fly fishing adventure in the WNC area.
James Dillard (owner/guide) caught his first trout out of the Little Red River when he was just four years old; from that day forward he was hooked. Born and raised in Searcy, AR James ... moreenjoyed some of the world’s best trout fishing just 20 minutes away from his door step. Growing up he never considered guiding as something that he could actually do. Over time he realized it was possible. James started guiding in 2010 and he fell in love with it immediately. He continued guiding while attending college and started, Tailwater Fishing Company, in the process. In 2014 he graduated from Harding University with a degree in Social Science Education, but has never stopped guiding full time. James has been able to fish many streams out west and has also spent a summer guiding clients on the world famous Kenai River in Alaska, but deep down it is always Arkansas trout fishing that gets him fired up. If he is not guiding on the Little Red you will find him water skiing on Greers Ferry Lake with his family, duck hunting, or bow hunting for deer. James still lives in Searcy, AR with his wife, Amanda, and their golden retriever, River.

All of our guides have years of experience and pride themselves in creating a family friendly atmosphere while fishing for trout in Arkansas. Each of our guides is experienced in both fly and spin fishing. We aim to put our clients on fish, trip after trip to make each outing worth writing home about. Whether you’re a beginner angler or looking to land another world record, we are the outfitter for you.

Our guides are some of the best in the business and will be there for you on your trip to help you with anything you need from tying your hook to guiding you to the best eateries around. We will ensure your trip is filled with trout and great memories.
Eric Shores has been guiding clients on Montana Rivers for over 32 years. He's as wily as any old brown trout when it comes to getting his clients on to fish and his stories will entertain ... moreyou along the way. Many of our clients have become life long friends after a memorable day on the water with Eric.
Mike Hoey is passionate about fly fishing and has over 15 years of fly fishing experience on the Snake and other Northwest Rivers. He knows where and how to get some of the nicest ... moreRainbows, Browns, Cuthroats, and Rainbow Hybrids around, as well as Smallmouth Bass. Russ Fehringer, and Robby Engle are our "Sturgeon Gurus." They know the little tricks and techniques that most other Sturgeon fisherman wouldn't think of using in order to land you that monster. Robby, being new to our company has already proven himself to be a valuable edition to High Desert Outfitters. Book a trip and experience some of the best fly fishing or Sturgeon fishing that the Northwest has to offer.
Mark Quigley is a recently retired Conservation Officer and has been a long time passionate fly fisher. He began tying flies and fishing with a fly rod in high school. He has fly fished ... morefor every thing from bone fish in the Florida Keys to salmon in Alaska, but enjoys most introducing others into the flyfishing world. He has been married to his wife Mary for 33 years, who also enjoys chasing trout from their family cabin near Yellowstone National Park.

Mark began fishing the Mountains around Teton and Yellowstone Parks in 1982 and has been hooked ever since. Mark is also a well known photographer and specializes is the photography of America's natural resources for companies and organizations. Whether it's a mountain-horseback-wilderness-fishing from float tubes, drift boat or walk in fly fishing trip he can assist you in your catch of a lifetime and photograph it too! Mark also writes and photographs for Northwest and Southwest Flyfishing magazines.
Tom has lived in Dubois for over 14 years. He loves the outdoors and has fly fished for a long time. He loves float-tubing, and fly fishes for all kinds of species in fresh and salt ... morewater.
I love to fish, before I can remember, I would beg my parents to take me across the street so I could fish in my neighbor’s little trout stream. I made my own fishing rod from a spool ... moreof thread and used Christmas-tree hooks. I was obsessed. At age eleven Mr. Thomas, an older man from my church asked my dad if he could take me fishing. He had the patience of Job, and many Saturdays in the summer he’d pick me up and we’d fish for bass. He didn’t fish with a regular rod, but taught me how to do real fishing, fly fishing. Who knows how many hundreds of flies I lost in the trees, but it was through his kindness and patience I learned to fly fish.

When my uncle heard I started fly fishing and loved it, he taught me how to tie flies. I still remember sitting down at the table with him and tying my first ‘wooly bugger’. He then gave me a complete tying kit; I was off and haven’t look back since.

So if you want to catch lots of fish on a guided trip, or you really want to become proficient at fly fishing, I’d love to help you. Geoff has been tying flies and fly fishing for over 32 years. If you’re interested in becoming a great fisherman Geoff is your guide. You can become proficient at casting (and learn the double-haul), reading water, knots, mending, fly selection, landing large fish, and much more. Geoff is an Orvis endorsed Guide.

As well as a guide, Geoff is a minister and college professor; needless to say, he loves to teach others what he is passionate about! He has taught at the graduate level, lectured and debated around the world on subject of creation and evolution, and with 5 children is a great teacher for any age level. His patience with people is only exceeded by his wife Lauren’s patience with him!

So, if you want to get away from the crowds and do some wild trout fishing in the most remote part of the lower 48, visit Yellowstone and get your Cowboy fix, this is the place for you! Email me and we'll put a customized trip together for you!
Growing up in the fish-filled Ozarks, with older brother Ben Levin to blaze a trail as a fly fishing guide, it’s easy to see why fishing came naturally to Gabe. As a child he could ... moreusually be found playing in the Little Mulberry creek, splashing along in his brother’s footsteps until Ben stuck a fly rod in his hand, probably to try to get rid of him – it did not work. Gabe spent every summer of his teenage years wading or paddling a canoe in search of smallmouth and trout, sometimes venturing out to Idaho to be guided by brother Ben on the South Fork and Henry’s Fork of the Snake River. College kept Gabe busy for four years with studies, a summer farm job, and learning to throw a cutter as a relief pitcher for the Hendrix Warriors baseball team.

After college, Gabe spent a year working on a sustainable farm and marketing local foods in central Arkansas before the allure of the fishing business drew him once more into his brother’s footsteps. Gabe began working full time for Dally’s Ozark Fly Fisher in August of 2013 and has been guiding since October 2013. At just 25 years old, he’s the new kid on the block so to speak, but he’s a quick learner and has a humble way of absorbing advice from the experienced crew that surrounds him.

Gabe enjoys sharing his knowledge of Ozark streams and rivers with anglers of all ages and skill levels. He offers float trips from a drift boat on the trout filled White and Norfork tailwaters, as well as kids’ fishing for trout on Dry Run Creek. A bit of a smallmouth addict, Gabe loves leading canoe or wade fishing trips on his home waters of Crooked Creek, and has begun an annual quest to the upper Midwest for trophy bass on the fly. Beginning in 2015 Gabe will add a jon boat to his arsenal and will offer drift boat trips on the Buffalo National River for incredible smallmouth fishing and sight seeing.

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