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Guided Fly Fishing near Bear Lake Reserve

Posted by on April 5, 2014

Hookers Fly Shop and Guide service is just a short drive away from Bear Lake and Bear Lake Reserve.  Our guide service covers much of Western North Carolina including the Western North Carolina Fly  Fishing Trail, the Tuckasegee River, the Nantahala River, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Cherokee Trophy Waters and more.  If you are interested in guided wade or float trips we have you covered.  We specialize in begginer classes and trips for all newcomers to the sport and we even do overnight backcountry trips in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Jalen with a massive rainbow on the Cherokee Trophy Section

Jalen with a massive rainbow on the Cherokee Trophy Section

Hookers Fly Shop and Guide Service offers trips year round to wild and stocked streams for both trout and smallmouth bass.  If you are looking for big fish as well as high catch rates the Tuckasegee River Delayed Harvest is by far one of the best streams in the Southeast.  Book a wade or float trip here between the beginning of October through early June for the best fishing.  Outside of the that timeframe we concentrate on other section of the Tuckasegee for trout and smallmouth.  The smallmouth bass action on the Tuckasegee is usually best between April and early November.

Guided Smallmouth Trip on the Tuckasegee River Summer 2012

Guided Smallmouth Trip on the Tuckasegee River

If you are looking for a wade trip that very scenic and off the beaten path then the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the place for you.  We can drive to, boat to and hike to remote areas of the park for some of the best wild trout fishing in the South.  We guide day trips on Deep Creek, Straight Fork, Bradley Fork, Oconaluftee, Kephart Prong, Noland Creek, Forney Creek and more.  In some of the these streams you have a great shot at catching a Smokies Grand Slam (Rainbow, Brook and Brown).  \

Beautiful Wild Brown caught and released in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Beautiful Wild Brown caught and released in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Book your next fly fishing adventure with us.  828-587-4665    hookersflyshop@yahoo.com

Use the convenient form below to book a trip or inquire about our services and one of our employees will contact you in less than 24 hours to confirm the trip.  In the message line list the type of trip, length, number of anglers and the date of the trip.

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