Float trips in Western North Carolina have been great this. Come take a float with us and see what fly fishing in Western North Carolina is all about. We float many sections of the Tuckasegee for Trout between October and early June. After early June the smallmouth action is in full swing.
Many of our trips are on the Delayed Harvest sections of the Tuckasegee in Webster and Bryson City. Both of these sections are heavily stocked in October, November, March, April and May. The delayed harvest provides some of the best fishing in Southeast. Anglers will catch plenty of Rainbow and Brook Trout as well as stocked and wild Brown Trout.
It is not uncommon to find trout 20″ and up on these float trips. You may land yourself a monster Brown or Rainbow or a chunky Brook Trout. Brook trout here can be well up into the six to eight pound range.
Winter fishing on our floats trips do not slow down. This is actually some of the best fishing all year. The tailwater of the Tuckasegee will produce good numbers and big fish all winter long. The river is also less crowded than the fall and spring months and some days you may even have the river all to yourself.
Come take a float with us and you will not be disappointed. We offer 1/2 day, 3/4 day and full day trips on both Delayed Harvest areas of the Tuckasegee River. Our 1/2 day is $300.00, 3/4 day is $350.00 and the full day is $400.00 per two anglers.
Book now by calling 828-587-4665 or book through our online store.