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Tuckasegee Fishing Trips

Posted by on April 10, 2016

Tuckasegee Fishing Trips

The Tuckasegee River has been producing some impressive numbers and some of the biggest fish we have seen in the last few seasons.  With the recent March and April stocking on the delayed harvest sections fishing on the Tuckasegee has been fantastic.  One more stocking in early May will add another 10,000 fish.  With the May stocking the Webster and Dillsboro delayed harvest section average over 9,000 trout per mile.  Now is the time to book a wade or float on this section of the Tuckasegee River.

Tuckasegee Fishing Trips

Chunky Brown Trout from a Tuckasegee Float Trip – Photo Credit Jason Cole

We offer both wade and float trips on the Tuckasegee River.  Most of our trips between October and early June are on the delayed harvest sections.  From June to late September we offer float trips on the upper and lower sections of the Tuckasegee for trout and bass.  We target mainly Smallmouth Bass on the Tuckasegee River but we also see Spotted Bass, Perch and plenty of trout.

Tuck River Fishing Trips

Tuckasegee Fishing Trips

Releasing a big Tuckasegee Brook trout. April 2016 Float Trip

Wade Trips include all the fly fishing gear needed for the day at no additional cost.  Wade trip prices are:

Half Day Trip – $150 1st angler and $60 for each addtional.

3/4 Day Trip – $190 1st angler and $65 for each additional.

Full Day Trip – $225 1st angler and $75 for each addtional.  Includes lunch.

Float Trips include all the fly fishing gear needed for the day at no additinal cost.  Float trip prices are:

Half Day Trip – $250 per boat.

3/4 Day Trip – $300 per boat.  Includes lunch.

Full Day Trip – $350 per boat.  Includes lunch.

Tuckasegee Fishing Trips

Beginner fly fishing trip on the Tuckasegee River with Hookers Fly Shop Owner and Lead Guide Jason Cole

 

The Tuckasegee River has something to offer all skill levels.  If you are a beginner looking to get into the sport or a seasoned angler the Tuckasegee River has something for you.  The river can also be very kid friendly depending on water levels.

 

Tuckasegee Fishing Trips

Tuckasegee Fishing Trips

Big Tuckasegee Brown Trout from a recent wade trip with Hookers Fly Shop guide Chris Maney.

Hookers Fly Shop and Guide Service is the closer to the Tuckasegee than any other Outfitter.  Many of our guides grew up fishing here and the know every mile of this beautiful river.  Come let our guides show you what fishing the Tuckasegee River is all about.

Tuckasegee Fishing Trips

Nice Tuckasegee Brown Trout with Hookers Fly Shop Guide Chris Maney. April 2016.

To book your next fly fishing adventure with the guides at Hookers Fly Shop and Guide Service please call 828-587-4665 or email us at hookersflyshop@yahoo.com   You can also book your trip through our online store.

 

Tuckasegee Fishing Trips

Big Tuckasegee Brook with Hookers Fly Shop guide Jalen Morton, April 2016.

Tuckasegee Fishing Trips

Tuckasegee Fishing Trips

Nice rainbow on the Tuckaesgee. Photo credit Jason Cole.  April 2016.

 

Tuckasegee Fishing Trips

Tuckasegee Brook Trout with Hookers Fly Shop guide Jason Cole. April 2016.

 

Tuckasegee Fishing Trips

Nice Tuckasegee Rainbow with Hookers Fly Shop guide Jalen Morton, April 2016.

 

Tuckasegee Fishing Trips

Big Brookie on a Tuckaegee River float trip with lead guide Jason Cole.

 

Tuckasegee Fishing Trips

Nice brown on a Tuckasegee River Float trip with lead guide Jason Cole. March 2016.

 

Tuckasegee Fishing Trips

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