Lets catch fish! Enjoy a 1/2 day walking and wading on one of the famous rivers and creeks in beautiful Western North Carolina River. The beauty of the area is incredible. This package is for 3 anglers and one guide.
Lets start making memories. Your trip on the water in beautiful Western North Carolina will be much more than just fishing. We fish the numerous famous fisheries including the Tuckaseegee and Nantahala Rivers and the numerous creeks and streams that are throughout the local area.
We provide you with all of the equipment necessary to get you on the water.
Our local waters are full of history, character and charm. Local towns have great shopping and eateries and places to stay.
From the beginner to the seasoned expert, we have you covered. Our guides will help you each step of the way. Fishing is only part of the experience in Western North Carolina. After your day on the water, you will ask yourself why you waited so long.
We offer trips into the Nantahala National Forest - We are operated under special use permit with the Nantahala National Forest.
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