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Asheville's Premier Fly Fishing Guide Service. 25+ years of fly fishing experience; guiding Asheville and Western North Carolina for trophy trout and smallmouth bass! Leaders in Asheville ... moreFly Fishing float and wade trips!
Owned by Chris Morris (FFF CCI), Arkansas Drift is a guide service based out of Little Rock, AR and located 1 hour and 30 minutes south of the Little Red River in Heber Springs, AR. ... moreThe Little Red River is a tailwater below Greer's Ferry Dam and offers year round trout fishing, great streamer fishing for Brown Trout, and consistent nymphing for Rainbows.

At Arkansas Drift, I offer full and half day guide trips, casting clinics, tying classes, and other programs. The mission of my guide service is to provide quality instruction and a good time! I don't want to just take you fishing, but also teach you how to fish! I want happy clients that leave with knowledge for the next adventure. 

I am more than a guide service and like to keep in contact with my customers. I enjoy it when a previous customer calls to ask questions, and I’m available to help you beat the learning curve.

Philanthropy, it is important to give back to our community and Arkansas Drift is happy to donate time to a variety of local and national groups/clubs. During 2011, I have offered free casting clinics to local clubs/charities, fly tying classes, and participated in river clean ups.
I love guiding. For me, helping someone catch a fish is really fun. I love the rivers I guide on, the fish in them, and the Ozark Mountains they pass through. Everyday, it is my goal ... moreto make your day on the river, the absolute best it can be.

The only thing that separates most fly fishing guides on the White River is patience, passion, and attitude. Most all know where to find the fish. Most know how to change techniques with the constantly varying tailwwater conditions. All guides deal with that stuff everyday. The good guides want you to truly have an enjoyable experience and will make every effort to do that. The others will give you a "copy of the day before" and figure that is good enough. Whether you choose to book with myself or another outfitter, my wish is for you to have a great day on the river.

Most trips are conducted in a motorized 20 foot White River style boat. It is spacious, stable and made just for the local waters. While drifting, I control the boat with oars, just like a drift boat. I still enjoy wading and if you wish to and river conditions allow it, that's how we will fish. 

Our local waters primarily hold 10" - 15" Rainbows. Rainbows 18" - 20" are caught on about 20% of the trips. The White River and North Fork Rivers hold trophy Brown Trout. While requiring a higher skill level, these fish can be caught while drift fishing nymphs or throwing large streamers. Brown trout in the 22" - 24" size are caught on approximately 25% of trips with skilled anglers. Our waters also have a few Brook Trout and Cutthroat. A very easy & productive to fly fish is to use a nymphing rigs while drifting in a boat. While it requires a higher casting skill level, chucking larger streamers for big browns can be a fun game for those thrill seekers! Our waters will never have a geat reputation as a 'Dry Fly' fishery but beginning in April - early June we have a good to great caddis hatch, followed by a white sulphur hatch. Once summertime arrives grasshoppers can take even the large Browns. Winter fishing is mostly centered around sowbugs, scuds and midges. Late February - May is normally the best time for large streamers and big fish.

I also love to chase smallmouth bass on the fly. We have 2 great smallmouth streams with the Buffalo River and Crooked Creek close by. Strict regulations on both fisheries provide smallmouth in the 13" - 18" range. I also have a couple of 'secret' creeks I guide on. Smallmouth fishing is best between April and mid-June.

Just 15 minutes from our resort is the little stream of Dry Run Creek. This creek is designated as a special regulation fishery for those 15 and
under and for the disabled. The fishing is done with single barbless flies only and is all catch & release. Not only are there a lot of fish, they can be huge!
Dry Run Creek is the perfect place to teach a young fly fisher how to fish moving waters. Casts are short and easy and they can concentrate on perfecting the drift, strike detection, hook set, and fish playing skills. These fish are not exceptionally easy and you have to use the right flies & techniques. Bring the kids, bring the camera, fish will be caught!

Come make some memories! Chris
Welcome to Zach Neville Outfitters. With over 10 years experience, we are one of Bozeman, Montana's premiere fly fishing guide services. We offer float and walk/wade fly fishing trips ... moreon southwest Montana's finest trout waters. Here in Bozeman we are centrally located among The Yellowstone, Madison, Gallatin, Missouri and Bighorn rivers. In addition to this, we have access to some of the best private water in the region. At Zach Neville Outfitters it is our mission to provide you with a fun, safe and educational day on the water regardless of your background or level of experience.
The Worley Bugger Fly Co., fly fishing operations is headquartered in Ellensburg, Washington. Home of the Worley Bugger Fly Co fly shop, the Yakima River's first, full service professional ... morefly fishing shop. Our Professional Guide Team works closely with several state fisheries organizations and fly fishing clubs every year to maintain this beautiful flowing stream and enhance the quality of it's fishery for all fly fisher's.

Worley Bugger Fly Co. maintains the only staff of local, professional fly fishing guides operating guided tours on the Yakima River and Central Basin fisheries on a daily basis. Each individual works exclusively through the "Yakima River Pro Shop" in Ellensburg. This team is sought after season after season for their knowledge, patience and expertise in the fine art of fly fishing. Quality over Quantity is our standard every day of the year and the core of the WBFC Mission Statement.
Founded in 2013, with over 40 years combined guiding experience with fishing and hunting, located in Ellensburg, WA, Backroads offers premiere fly fishing & gear fishing throughout ... moreCentral & Eastern Washington Rivers. Backroads' “Home River”, Washington’s only Blue Ribbon Trout River, is the beautiful Yakima River located in Central Washington near the town of Ellensburg. The Yakima River provides year-round trout fishing for both the fly angler, as well as the gear fisherman. Backroads offers a new style of outfitting to the business bringing knowledge, experience, patience, and persistence to both, fly anglers and gear fisherman. Backroads also offers guiding and consulting for Washington's specialty hunting draws With our years of experience, let our experienced guides show you the way!
We are your connection to professionally guided fly fishing trips throughout Eastern Washington. Let us guide you on a drift boat trip down blue ribbon sections of the Yakima River. ... moreFor something completely new, let us introduce you to one of our private lakes. We also offer many walk and wade trips to streams throughout Eastern Washington. If steelhead fishing is your passion let us introduce you to a few Eastside rivers. We also offer drift boat trips down the lower Yakima River for smallmouth bass.
The most experienced and professional Guide Service, Fly Shop in Central and Eastern Washington. Troutwater provides guided fly fishing trips on the Yakima, Methow and Naches Rivers ... morefor Trout. Central & Eastern Washington steelhead trips on the Methow, Klickitat, Grande Ronde and Wenatchee Rivers. Our dedicated guides are friendly, knowledgeable and the customer service is second to none. We guarantee your experience with us – You will have a fun, educational, safe and successful day on the river.

Troutwater has fly shops in Cle Elum and Ellensburg,Washington. Offering a full range of fly fishing supplies and shuttle service. Troutwater Outfitters hosts trips to Yucatan and Baja Mexico as well as Kanektok River, Alaska!
A Cotter Trout Dock guided trout fishing float trip means you'll drift down the White River, North Fork River or the Buffalo River in north-central Arkansas at a comfortable pace to ... morefish as you watch scenery and wildlife. On the White River and North Fork River, we fish mainly for Rainbow Trout and Brown Trout. On the Buffalo River, it is mainly Smallmouth Bass.

We think you will find a guided Arkansas trout fishing trip is one of the best bargains around.

Some people; new to trout fishing, believe that "trout fishing" means that you have to fish with fly fishing gear. Most of the "locals" here and most of our guests do not use fly fishing gear; they use spinning or spincasting rods/reels. No experience required!

Fly fishing is a wonderful sport and we take out many fly-fishers, but it is not the only way to fish for trout. Fly fishing is becoming more and more popular over the years; around here as elsewhere.

Your guide can do everything for you, including casting, or he can just get you there and let you catch the trout. Or anything in between these two extremes. Just depends on your experience, etc. Either way, stories and laughs will be provided.

And if you choose, you may also enjoy a great White River, Arkansas trout fishing tradition; the shore lunch.

In addition to our regular " day trips" we do "camp" trips. Our "camp" trips are more accurately "fish and then camp" trips. Our trout fishing and camping float trip is a truly therapeutic adventure. When the trout fishing day is over you'll camp on our private 15 acre wooded island. You'll enjoy a tasty steak dinner cooked over oak coals, then relax with your friends around the campfire until retiring to your tent to sleep on a comfortable cot. In the morning you'll watch our cooks prepare your breakfast over the campfire as you sip hot coffee.

Over the last 54 years we've heard thousands of happy customers claim that our White River Arkansas Ozarks float trips are unforgettable fun and relaxation.Those who have never fished in their lives come away amazed at the fun they had, and how much they relaxed in such a short time. And the seasoned fishers make the same claim.
A "Value-Added" Fishing Service 65 Years in the Making Whether you prefer bait fishing, spin fishing, or fly fishing, whether it's for individuals, families, groups, or corporate ... moreoutings, we have a program that fits your needs. Beginner or pro, man, woman, or child, we're prepared to serve you. Here's why!

Hurst Fishing Service was established in 1933, 18 years before the Bull Shoals Dam was completed. We have watched the Arkansas White River go from a fishery inhabited by warm water species like bass to the fine, well-managed cold water trout fishery it is today. Over those last 65 years we have guided thousands of customers through exciting day-long float trips and adventure-filled overnight camping float trips. Like the White River itself, we have changed and grown with the times too.

Today we believe that an enjoyable trip on the White river is a blend of many elements - like comfortable, clean equipment - and fishing guides who know as much about safety, river history, and wildlife as they do about catching trout in any conditions. The result is a smooth, safe trip filled with entertaining action on several fronts, from fishing to area lore. It takes practice and effort to reach this level of perfection, and we have worked at it for 65 years. That's why you receive more value-per-dollar when you book a trip with Hurst!
Providing guided fishing trips for groups and individuals on the White River or North Fork River. Located in the Arkansas Ozark Mountains near Mountain Home, Arkansas.... more

Jon's Offers A Wide Variety Of Exciting Fishing Services On Rivers & Lakes
1. Full & Half-Day Trips
2. Over 20 Years Experience
3. Children Welcome
4. Shore Lunches
5. Year Round Guided Trips
6. Fly Fishing Guides Available
7. Bait, Artificial, Or Light Tackle
8. Large Groups or Individuals
9. Fishing Trips On Two Rivers & Two Lakes
10. We Arrange Accommodations
11. Top Of The Line Boat & Tackle
Asheville Anglers Guide Service is owned and operated by Jay Dodd and Travis Honeycutt. Both Jay and Travis are locals of area, and take great pride in their home, and guide service. ... moreAsheville Anglers has been in operation since 2003 and will be for many years to come. There are many great fisherman in the world, but few great fishing guides. A great fishing guide has to not only enjoy fishing, but enjoy teaching and passing on their knowledge to others. “Our goal is to make each and every day on the water the best experience possible”.

Asheville Anglers provides all gear, tackle, and equipment on every guide trip. Each guide is outfitted with a comfortable hard bottom drift boat, sage and orvis rods and reels, and nothing but the best flies and lures available. Experience a first class guide operation with Asheville Anglers each and every trip!
Our WNC trout waters are filled with lively rainbows, browns and brook trout. Fish with our fly fishing guides from Pisgah National Forest to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. ... more

Beginning anglers can sign up for a day or weekend of fly fishing instruction and guided fishing with our skilled, patient and fun guides.

More advanced anglers can choose from the over 4,000 miles of freestone mountain trout water located within easy reach of our home base in Asheville, NC. The Davidson River, one of the most exciting and challenging rivers in our area, is listed in Trout Unlimited’s “Top 100 Trout Streams.”

Western North Carolina’s temperate climate makes this a great destination for fly fishing 365 days a year. Spring and fall offer the best hatches while in winter months anglers often find they have rivers to themselves as they search for trophy trout.

No matter what the season, you’ll have your choice of fishing on wild trout waters filled with big, wary browns or hiking to streams in the beautiful Smoky Mountains that hold the prize catch, native Appalachian brook trout.
Float & Wade Fly Fishing Trips for Trout and Small Mouth Bass. Brown Trout Fly Fishing LLC is The Only ORVIS Endorsed Fly Fishing Guide Service in Asheville, North Carolina. We ... moreSpecialize in Guiding and Teaching Fly Fishing for Trout and Smallmouth Bass in Western North Carolina and East Tennessee.
The Battenkill Angler is a full-service fly fishing guide service offering customized trout fishing trips in Southern Vermont and the Catskill Region of New York. Half-day to full-day ... moreguided tours mix the skills of flyfishing with the biology of the rivers and their ecosystems. Our favorite rivers include the Battenkill River and Mettawee River in Vermont, and the Beaverkill River, Upper Delaware River and Esopus Creek in the Catskills of New York.
We are a month into the season since the trout opener in April. What started out as an early spring following a mild winter, the later part of April and early May were cool and below ... morenormal temps. Spring definately slowed down till just the last few days. Our water conditions have been excellent for this time of year due to the below normal precipitation this spring. Median flows in most streams have been 60 % of normal till just lately. Rain events on 4/24,5,2,and 5/6 have brought water levels up but only unfishable for a day after the rain. All good !

While I have done some trips since the opener I have had some time to fish and scout myself. Also I have been getting caught up on projects at home which once the season gets going I will not have any time to do. I did have a great afternoon in the lower NY Kill 3rd week in April where I was fishing an area that was one of my primary haunts as a kid. Hendricksons and Blue Quils were coming off sporadically and only the rare splashy rise. I decided to first go through swinging a Hendrickson nymph and olive caddis trailer. Several good pulls and a nice hook up with a 16-17 Brown, however he shook off after a minute. This was repeated again further down and this fish I landed, a beautiful 19 inch female. This stetch is far away from stock points and rarely holds stockies. This was true 50 years ago and is the same today. Took a break and just sat waiting for the surface to get more active but the three fish I saw earlier I hooked 2. Decided to make one more pass, this time fishing a streamer. No pulls or hits till I got almost half way down (this is a big pool). I knew immediately that this was a big fish by the Kill standards. A couple of head shakes deep and then off to the races down the pool once into the backing. I was sure glad I ws fishing 1X tippet. Aftr 10-15 minutes he was begining to tire but still a botttom hugger. Finally I got him on top on his side and sliding toward the net, only to have the hook pull within a foot of the net. A beautiful Hooked Jaw male, definately in the 26 "+ range. It was great !!!!

Back to the report. Stream stocking really picked up the last week of April and first week of May. In VT the Wallomsac got its first stocking in the trophy stretch on the 25th April and yearlings on the May 6th. The Black got 500 Rainbows in the Trophy Stretch the first week of May. As othe 10th of May the Kill and Mettawee in NY have been both been stocked. We are pretty much done with Hendricksons and I am just starting to see Cahills and more and more caddis.This evening I was fishing small water near home and around 7:00 p.m there wer tons of spinners mostly from Blue Quills and a few Hendricksons. It was so neat just to observe. I was successful on the only rising fish where this was happening.
Addictive Angling Colorado is dedicated to offering premier Colorado Fly Fishing Guided Trips and Colorado Fly Fishing Lessons. Whether you are visiting from out of town looking to ... moretry something different, or an avid angler looking to chase down your trophy trout, Addictive Angling Colorado offers Guided Fly Fishing trips near Denver and Colorado Springs. We are a great option for beginners or novice anglers looking to try something different while visiting from out of town on vacation or just want to explore one of the great activities Colorado has to offer. Colorado Fly Fishing Guided Trips with Addictive Angling Colorado can also cater to the most experienced of fly fishermen. Some of these individuals come out looking to catch a trophy trout, or just want to spend the day casting dry flies to rising fish on one of the many rivers found in Colorado. Regardless, of age or skill level our passion to put you on the fish and make an unforgettable experience comes second to none. Our Colorado Fly Fishing Guided Trips and Lessons take place on the South Platte River in Colorado, close to both Denver and Colorado Springs, and offer not only supersized trout, but also fish that willingly take a fly and make a fun day for the whole family. So whether you are a first timer looking to feel a trout on the other end of the line or a seasoned enthusiast who enjoys watching trout sip dry flies, we can accommodate. Guided Fly Fishing Trips near Denver or Colorado Springs give anglers the option to fish for trophy trout on a Dream Stream Guided Fly Fishing Trip or near Deckers without traveling far from their hotel or home. All of our Colorado Fly Fishing Trips and Colorado Fly Fishing Lessons are catch and release, making sure that the resources we enjoy today, are there to grow bigger tomorrow. Fly fishing in Colorado is a great opportunity to have some fun on the river, while taking in the breathtaking scenery that our great state has to offer.
Escape your everyday life to The Lodge at Whale Pass, Southeast Alaska’s finest fishing and adventure lodge. Immersed in the natural wonder of Southeast Alaska’s famed Inside Passage, ... moreThe Lodge is designed to allow you to experience wilderness in grand style for a simply pleasant but truly memorable vacation. Built on a tradition of fishing excellence and surrounded by rich marine and land habitats teeming with salmon, whales, halibut, eagles, bears, wolves, trout and other diverse species, The Lodge offers a range of adventure activities for the discerning angler and adventure sports enthusiast, including whale, bear and other wildlife observation, fresh and salt water fishing, kayaking, hiking, caving, mountain biking and beach combing. We promote a ‘play hard’ attitude that supports our guests seeking around-the-clock, all-out adventure, as well as those seeking a balance of adventure and leisure.Housed in an elegantly rustic and inspired compound, The Lodge is comprised of quiet common spaces, a well-equipped recreation center, exquisite accommodations with private baths and views, and additionally includes a serene spa escape with massage, yoga instruction, spa treatments and a hot tub and wood fired sauna for our guests to enjoy.

The Lodge also boasts the finest food and beverage that frontier Alaska has to offer and a provides a commitment to extending generous and gracious hospitality to all of our guests.Catering to singles, couples, groups, families and corporate guests, The Lodge is guaranteed to satisfy the diverse adventure appetites of your whole party–whether mild or wild.
Since 1993, Rocky Mountain Adventures has been helping people have fun. We offer whitewater rafting outings, kayaking classes and fly-fishing classes and guided outings. In addition, ... morewe have a full rental program for those of you wanting to venture on your own. Whether you're an outdoors enthusiast or are a little outdoors timid, we can help you find an experience that's just your speed.

If you're coming to Colorado on vacation, or you live here and are looking for a fun experience for your visiting friends or relatives, an adventure from Rocky Mountain Adventures may be just what you need.

LOCATION

We have four locations to serve you. Our main retail store and offices are located in Fort Collins at the corner of U.S. Highway 287 and Shields Street, just north of Fort Collins. This site is within easy reach of one of our most popular rivers, the Cache la Poudre River. It is from here that we shuttle you to and from your Cache la Poudre rafting trip. If you fish or kayak with us, we often have you assemble here as well.

Here you'll find convenient parking, bathrooms, a place to change into your river clothes, and an opportunity to purchase those last minute items like sunglasses, hats, film and sunscreen. We also have some great t-shirts, sweatshirts, and other casual outdoor wear. You can also meet our Pigeon Express™ pigeons and see how they live in their comfy loft.

Our Fort Collins store is also a full-service paddling shop, complete with several lines of kayaks and associated paddling gear. We specialize in whitewater, touring and lake kayaking. For rafting and kayaking, we stock gear for rent or purchase: life jackets, paddles, wet suits, booties, and helmets. We also carry kayaks, rafts, rescue equipment, dry bags, repair supplies, books and many other items.

We have another office in Estes Park where we meet for many of our fly fishing and lake kayak outings. The Clear Creek trips run out of our Downieville office. Downieville is situated near Idaho Spring which is just 30 minutes west of Denver. The town of Kremmling located within 45 - 55 minutes of Winter Park, Grand Lake and Steamboat Springs is the river office for all of our Colorado trips. The Downieville and Kremmling offices are run under our Mad Adventures company name so don't be confused by the different name.
We are St. Peter's Flyshop, the premier fly shop and outfitter in northern Colorado's Front Range and southern Wyoming. At St. Peter's, fly fishing is a lifestyle and with that statement ... morein mind, we assure the best knowledge, equipment, and experience possible to assist you in your pursuits. Located in Ft. Collins Colorado we are conveniently positioned in close proximity to a number of world class waters including; Cache la Poudre River, Big Thompson River, Rocky Mountain National Park, North Platte River(Upper North Platte, Gray Reef, and Miracle Mile), and many stillwaters. 

Come by the shop so we can share our passion for the sport with you and see that St. Peter's Flyshop is a community of friends doing what we love - fly fishing.

We now have 2 locations in Ft. Collins helping serve both the North and South side of Ft. Collins

St. Peter's Fly Shop Old Town- Located on the North Side of Ft. Collins with easy access to the Poudre River, North Platte, and North Park.

St. Peter's Fly Shop South- Located on Harmony on the South side of Ft. Collins with close reach to the Big Thompson River, Estes Park, and Rocky Mountain Nation Park.

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