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Guided Fly Fishing Trips near Asheville, NC

Posted by on June 25, 2014

Over the past few weeks we have been fishing and guiding on many of the small streams in the area.  We have been all over the Smokies including more remote areas like Hazel Creek and Forney Creek.  The Western North Carolina Fly Fishing Trail has also been a favorite of ours on streams like Scotts Creek, West Fork of the Tuckasegee, Caney Fork, Mull Creek, Piney Mountain Creek and more.

Eight year old Darby with a fine small stream rainbow.

We have been seeing some good hatches of Little Yellow Stoneflies, Light Cahills and Sulphurs with plenty of eager fish picking dry flies off the surface.  The better dry fly action has been in the mornings and late afternoon and evening hours.  We have also been fishing a lot of dry dropper rigs and nymphs rigs with great success.  Hot nymphs have been #14-16 Flashback Pheasant Tails, #14-16 Orange Thread Frenchies, #14-16 Rainbow Warriors, #12-14 Olive and Natural Hares Ear Walts Worms, #10-14 Green Weenies and other various inchworm patterns, #10-14 Pink Barbie, #14-18 Quasimodo Pheasant Tails and more.

10 year old Henry with a very nice rainbow on the fly. June 2014

Choose from our 1/2 day, 3/4 day or full day wade trip as well as 1/2, 3/4 or full day float trips.  We even do overnight backcountry camping/fly fishing trips to remote streams in Smokies.  Book your next fly fishing adventure with us.  828-587-HOOK

Large Brown from the Western North Carolina Fly Fishing Trail June 2014

Nice small stream Brown Trout on the WNC Fly Fishing Trail. June 2014

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.