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Welcome to an immersive fly fishing experience for the seasoned angler or the inspired beginner. Our expertly guided trips offer the perfect blend of tranquility, skill-building, and the thrill of reeling in the catch of a lifetime. 

All-Inclusive Gear and Expert Guidance

Gear up hassle-free with provided waders, boots, rods, reels, and a meticulously curated selection of flies – we've got you covered. No need to worry about the details; just come prepared for an unforgettable day on the water.

Before hitting the stream, enjoy a short casting lesson to brush up on the basics. Our guides tailor the experience to your level, ensuring a rewarding and educational journey.

Flexible Half and Full Day Trips

Want to dip your toes or go all-in? Choose the adventure that suits your schedule – from half-day explorations to full-day excursions. Full-day trips include a complimentary lunch, fueling your day-long fishing exploration.


One Angler - $250
Two Anglers - $300


Meet us at the stream! Once you're suited up, your trip begins with a quick casting lesson on land to learn the basics before hitting the water. 

Trip starts first thing in the morning (between 8 and 9AM) with a duration of 4 hours, concluding before lunchtime.


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One Angler - $350
Two Anglers - $400


For the angler that wants extra time on the water. Meet your guide at the stream to suit up and get started. Trip begins with a quick casting lesson on land to learn the basics before hitting the water. 

Trip starts first thing in the morning (between 8 and 9AM) with a duration of 8 hours. Lunch included in full day trips.


More than two people in your group? No problem. Additional anglers will be added on as seen above.


Have a unique idea for your fly fishing adventure?

We're here to make it a reality! Share your off-menu ideas with us, and we'll collaborate to craft a custom trip tailored to your preferences. We're passionate about creating one-of-a-kind experiences, and we're ready to think outside of the box to craft your personalized fly fishing adventure together.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do you normally go for a trip? 

There are amazing fly fishing waters within two-hours of the greater Charlotte area - namely northwest North Carolina. We have several streams we guide on, and we monitor weather, stocking schedules, and overall activity reports leading up to the trip to put you on the best water. We'll communicate to you the week-of about where to meet us the morning of the trip.


What does a normal trip look like?

We'll start by suiting up and properly fitting guests for the day with boots and waders. We'll provide about 20 minutes of instruction on land to teach the basic casts and fundamentals. After this, we'll get to the water to put your new skills to action. Breaks for snacks and drinks provided as needed, and full day trips include a lunch break. 

What is included, and what do I have to provide?

Our team will fully outfit you for your time on the water, from what you'll wear (boots, waders) to the tackle you'll use (rod, reel, line, flies, etc.). We do have all anglers secure a North Carolina fishing license ahead of time, this is not included in the trip cost. For full-day trips, lunch is included.


I've never been fly fishing before! Do I need to have experience? 

We love newcomers! Our job is to simplify fly fishing and make it fun for everyone. No previous experience is required, although it is always helpful to have some prior knowledge. We recommend a casting clinic from Richard Griggs at Carolina Mountain Sports beforehand.

I'd love to take a trip with my kids - is there an age requirement? 

Fly fishing makes for a great family bonding experience. While kids of all ages can enjoy the sport, our trips do have instructional components in the beginning and involve at least 4 hours of fishing time. With this level of engagement, we recommend children be at least 10 years old.

Do we get to keep the fish we catch?

On our trips, we practice catch and release, using single hook artificial lures. Releasing the fish back into the stream complies with NC state regulations and maintains a quality experience for the next angler to enjoy.

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