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Fly Fishing the Nantahala River Hookers Fly Shop and Guide Service offers guided fly fishing on the upper and lower section of the Nanatahala. Many of our guided trips on this river are in the Nantahala Delayed Harvest Section. This section is more wader friendly than the lower section. For the more experienced anglers the … Continue reading
Hookers Fly Shop is pleased to announce that the fly shop and online store is now carrying Korkers Wading Boots as well as some of the Korkers Winter Boots. We expect our first shipment to the fly shop in the next couple of weeks. You can currently have all in stock boots dropped shipped straight … Continue reading
Fly Fishing with Kids Fly Fishing is a sport that can be enjoyed by the entire family. We offer our trips to all ages. Over the years we have taken hundreds of kids on wade trips, float trips and even our backcountry camping trips. There is nothing more rewarding than seeing the smile of a … Continue reading
Hookers Fly Shop is located in Historic Downtown Sylva, minutes away from the Tuckasegee River and in the heart of the Western North Carolina Fly Fishing Trail. We are the closest outfitter and guide service to the world famous Tuckasegee Delayed Harvest section. We work with TU and other various organizations to bring fly fishing … Continue reading
Now is the time to book a fly fishing float trip on the Tuckasegee River here in Western North Carolina. The fishing on the Tuckasegee Delayed Harvest is definitely at it’s peak right now. Both our wade and floats have been catching some impressive numbers as well as some big trout. If you book any … Continue reading
We have been extremely busy so far this spring at Hookers Fly Shop and Guide Service. We have been taking new and longtime clients almost daily to many of the great fly fishing areas here in Western North Carolina. We have guided a lot of fly fishing float trips down the Tuckasegee Delayed Harvest as … Continue reading