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$
350
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$
450
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 2 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 1 day
 (6)
Fly Fishing in Asheville with Curtis Wright Outfitters will ensure the best opportunity for you to enjoy this unique area and catch and release some spectacular fish. Our guides are ... morefriendly and knowledgeable.

There’s no better way to experience the larger rivers of Western North Carolina and Eastern Tennessee than in a boat. Float trips cover between 3-9 miles of river depending on the trip. So whether you are experienced or a novice, float trips are a great way to see a lot of scenery while catching fish. You will be able to sit back, relax, and enjoy the fishing, as our experienced guides lead you down one of these scenic rivers for an unforgettable trip.

Floating is preferred by many as the most effective way to fish the larger rivers of WNC. The Tuckaseegee River offers great scenery and fishing from October to June. The Watauga and South Holston are big, beautiful tailwaters offering dry fly, nymph and streamer action year round. The French Broad and Nolichucky are home to an abundance of very large smallmouth that can be taken on the fly or with spin gear. Smallmouth bass fishing is best from March to December. Whatever fish species you are interested in targeting, a float trip is an epic way to spend a day!
$
200
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$
450
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 3 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 1 day
 (6)
Fly Fishing in Asheville with Curtis Wright Outfitters will ensure the best opportunity for you to enjoy this unique area and catch and release some spectacular fish. Our guides are ... morefriendly and knowledgeable.

There’s no better way to experience the larger rivers of Western North Carolina and Eastern Tennessee than in a boat. Float trips cover between 3-9 miles of river depending on the trip. So whether you are experienced or a novice, float trips are a great way to see a lot of scenery while catching fish. You will be able to sit back, relax, and enjoy the fishing, as our experienced guides lead you down one of these scenic rivers for an unforgettable trip.

Floating is preferred by many as the most effective way to fish the larger rivers of WNC. The Tuckaseegee River offers great scenery and fishing from October to June. The Watauga and South Holston are big, beautiful tailwaters offering dry fly, nymph and streamer action year round. The French Broad and Nolichucky are home to an abundance of very large smallmouth that can be taken on the fly or with spin gear. Smallmouth bass fishing is best from March to December. Whatever fish species you are interested in targeting, a float trip is an epic way to spend a day!
$
400
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$
600
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 3 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
5 hours - 1 day
 (2)
We fish the Neuse River and Pamlico Sound for speckled seatrout, redfish, striper, flounder, giant red drum,bass, crappie, perch, bream and shad trips and the Crystal Coast for false ... morealbacore, bonito, bluefish, cobia, sharks and giant red drum on both fly or light tackle.

Spec Fever Guide Service fishes from a 22 ft. Frontier bay boat and can fish up to 3 comfortably, but for fly fisherman we recommend 2 anglers. Trips are priced per boat from 1 to 3 anglers. All your tackle, a blanket saltwater license, ice and bottled water is provided.

Capt. Gary Dubiel has over 40 years of fly fishing experience and an IGFA Fly Rod World Record holder. He is a fly designer and tier and a fly casting instructor. He and his fly patterns have been published in many books and magazines. Capt. Gary is a regional Advisory Staffer for TFO and Edge Rods and Pro Staff with Cortland Fly Line and has the boat packed with top notch gear.

Spec Fever Guide Service offers fishing trips out of Oriental and New Bern. Here's a guide to what we have going on;

January: Stripers, specks, panfish out New Bern

February: Stripers, shad and panfish out of New Bern

March: Stripers, shad, bass and panfish out of New Bern and spotted seatrout out of Oriental

April/May: Specks and redfish out of Oriental, top water stripers, redfish, bass and panfish in New Bern

June/July: Specks, redfish, flounder and the occasional giant redfish out of Oriental

August and September: Giant redfish out of Oriental

October-December: Specks, redfish, stripers and flounder out of Oriental and New Bern
$
350
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$
450
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 2 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 1 day
The Tuckasegge river is located in Sylva north Carolina, just west of Asheville. The tuckasegge river is a delayed harvest river, which is all catch and release October through June. ... moreFor a beginning angler or even a veteran the tuckasegge provides fantastic fly fishing opportunities for all.

The Tuckasegge river is dam controlled as well, so if the water is big it is a great time to get in the boat and cast deep nymph rigs or even streamers for giant trout and lots of them. It is very likely to see 50 plus trout on a daily basis. If the water is low it provides some great wade fishing opportunities and you can still float fish on low water as well.

Let Asheville Anglers take you on your next guide trip on the tuckasegge river, and there will be plenty of grip and grin photo opportunities. The Tuckasegge river is best in early and late spring so just as the days get long its time to fish the tuck.
$
200
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$
450
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 3 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 1 day
The Tuckasegge river is located in Sylva north Carolina, just west of Asheville. The tuckasegge river is a delayed harvest river, which is all catch and release October through June. ... moreFor a beginning angler or even a veteran the tuckasegge provides fantastic fly fishing opportunities for all.

The Tuckasegge river is dam controlled as well, so if the water is big it is a great time to get in the boat and cast deep nymph rigs or even streamers for giant trout and lots of them. It is very likely to see 50 plus trout on a daily basis. If the water is low it provides some great wade fishing opportunities and you can still float fish on low water as well.

Let Asheville Anglers take you on your next guide trip on the tuckasegge river, and there will be plenty of grip and grin photo opportunities. The Tuckasegge river is best in early and late spring so just as the days get long its time to fish the tuck.
$
375
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$
450
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 2 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 1 day
$
225
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$
450
/ Boat
Capacity:
1 - 3 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 1 day
The Davidson River is one of the most famous rivers in North Carolina. It has the biggest fish in the state, and the most experienced. This is a crowded river that routinely yields ... moreopportunities at fish of a lifetime. It can be very tough, but all it takes is one chance at a 25″ brown trout to make you want to come back the next day. When the Davidson is good, it is as good as anything out there
Our Smoky Mountain trips are about eight hours long. The full day allows us more choices. We can explore more water on the East and Middle Prongs of Little River where rainbows and ... morebrown trout are common. Hike-in fishing can be done on the East Prong of Little River above Elkmont.

We’ll provide the flies, drinks, and lunch. We also keep extra rods and reels on hand if you need a set up.
Half-day trips are usually four hours long. Given the time constraints, we typically fish roadside sections of the streams on the Tennessee side of the park. Rainbow and brown trout ... moreare the usual catch. We provide the flies and drinks.

You will fish with one of R&R’s full time guides on a half day trip, but we can’t always confirm which guide at the time of booking. We will make every attempt to honor requests, but can’t always do that for half day trips.
Not only are we blessed with a proliferation of mountain streams, but large tailwaters filled with trout as well. You’ll fish from a drift boat which provides a stable, comfortable ... moreplatform from which to fish. This is a casual and relaxing method of fishing since anglers don’t have to worry about scaling steep river banks or wading slippery streams. Trout in these rivers are often larger than those in the mountain streams.

Floats are a great way to get on fish that may be otherwise inaccessible. However, these trips are not ideal for anglers that have never been on the water. More instruction can be given on a wade trip than a float. Floats are limited to 2 anglers per boat. We provide the flies, drinks, and lunch. We also keep extra rods in the boat if you need the gear.

North Carolina Fly Fishing Trips 

North Carolina is a great place for a fly fishing trip. With plenty of guided fishing trips to choose from, it’s easy to plan your North Carolina fly fishing vacation. Close proximity to excellent fly fishing rivers and an abundance of knowledgeable fishing guides make North Carolina one of the top fly fishing destinations.

Explore North Carolina to find a variety of fly fishing outfitters, guided trips and fly fishing vacation packages. Find current conditions with North Carolina fishing reports and discover the top access sites for fly fishing. Get in on the trout action with Yobi Adventures.     
 

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