We are currently offering discounted fly fishing trips for many of the streams here in Western North Carolina. Our Winter Booking Special will be running between now and mid March. If you book any wade or float trip between now and then you will receive a 20% discount and your choice of a Hookers Fly Shop Cap, T-Shirt or Travel Coffee Mug (while supplies last). By far one of the Best Deals on the Water!
You can select a float trip down the Tuckasegee River Delayed Harvest, which is by far one of the best streams in the Southeast. Not including the wild or holdover trout from previous stockings this section of river receives a stocking in Oct., Nov., Mar., Apr., and May with almost 10,000 fish per stocking. By the May stocking the river averages 10,000+ fish per mile on the delayed harvest section.
Our wade trips cover a wide area with a lot of streams to choose from. We offer guided fly fishing trips on the Cherokee Trophy Section along Big Cove Rd. This sections covers a section of the Oconaluftee River and Ravens Fork. If you are looking for some of the biggest, baddest fish in the area this is it. You normally won’t put up high numbers like the Tuckasegee but you will have a shot a 20″+ fish. We have had clients catch trout in the 8-10 pound range here.
We also offer guided fly fishing trips along the Western North Carolina Fly Fishing Trail. While the Cherokee Trophy Section and the Tuckasegee are part of this Trail we also focus on some of the smaller streams in between that many other guide services overlook. For example Scotts Creek. I have already been on this stream twice this year and it has been on fire. This stream is a hatchery supported stream stocked between March and August but there are tons of wild rainbows and brown trout as well. Caney Fork, Mull Creek, Beech Flats Creek, Moses Creek and Rough Butt Creek are a few more notable streams on the trail.
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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