Welcome to the Best Mountain Fishing. We book guided fishing trips on the Finest Lakes, Rivers and Streams in the Southern Appalachians!

So Much Water to Choose From...

Trout Treks Guided Fishing Trips

Trout Treks

Wild rainbow, brown and brook trout are the stars on the wild-trout waters of the southern Appalachian Mountains in Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee.

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Bass Fishing

Fish a mountain lake the right way and you'll discover an addictive angle on bass fishing. Clear water, light lines, unexpected fish behavior and unusual water character combine for magic moments.

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Bass Fishing Guided Trip
Guided Wading Trips

Wade Trips

Thousands of miles of scenic streams and rivers lace the southern reach of the Appalachian Mountains. Knowing which waters best suit you as a fly-fisherman -- novice, intermediate or expert -- and when, where and how to fish each is one of the biggest challenges you face.

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Pan Fishing

Book a lake trip in May or June and you'll find the guides can cook up some spectacular ultralight- and fly-fishing action with the fish of your youth! Beginners and experts alike ... everyone enjoys the fun they have when they join in on the fastest fishing action found during the late spring and early summer months. Panfish!

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Pan Fishing Fun
Fly Fishing Instruction

 

Fly Fishing Instruction

Otherwise known as FF 101, is a day-long personal experience that guarantees no more than two anglers per instructor guide. Your day of instruction opens with you meeting your instructor-guide along the banks of the river for the day's activities.

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Private Trophy Trout Waters

Screaming fly reels are the norm on the trophy-managed trout waters booked for fly-fishing. Rainbows average 3 pounds, 8-pound beauties are common, and 10-pound-plus trophies have been landed.

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Private Trout Waters
Guided Drift Boat Trips

 

Drift Boat Trips

Jump aboard! The trout-fishing float-trips offer outstanding fly-fishing and spin-fishing opportunities on the tailwater flows of the region's longest cold-water rivers.

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