So You Want to Learn to Fly Fish

Picture a well-placed fly rod cast landing the fly under an overhanging mountain laurel. The fly sits on the surface of the water for just a second, with a small twitch of the fly rod it moves with the appearance of a living thing and then there is an explosion of...

Delayed Harvest Fly Fishing – Nantahala River

When fly fishermen talk about the delayed harvest season – the Nantahala River is always mentioned as one of the top destinations.  The Nantahala River has two distinct sections of river, supporting all three species of trout:  rainbow, brook and brown.  Between...

Late Summer Nantahala Fly Fishing

Late summer is no time to put away the fly rod!  The number of white water enthusiasts has dropped to nearly nonexistent number, but the trout have not!!

April is the best month for Spring Fly Fishing in WNC

April is the best month for spring fly fishing in western North Carolina Fishing season for hatchery supported streams will open on the first Saturday of April. The fish have had a months rest so get ready, they should be hungry. Also, the delayed Harvest steams, such...

Learning to Fly Fish

Of course you want to learn to Fly Fish It is the perfect sport to get outdoors, enjoy being by the river, and spend time with your best bud – whether that bud is your mom, dad, brother, sister, friend or just you. Fly fishing is a sport based off of technique,...