Fly Fishing Guided Wade Trip

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trout-fishing-guided-wade-trip.jpgFly-fishing the Little River in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee

Wade Fishing $400 (1 angler) and $450 (2 anglers)

The fly fishing guided wade trip is common for the anglers that desire to learn tactics on the stream. We provide any or all gear necessary for the trip. We tie all of the flies you will be using during the offseason which are also included for the day. A stream side lunch is also included for all of our excursions. You can see the products used for the fly fishing guided wade trip over on the sponsor’s page which are among the top in the fly fishing industry.

Most of the sponsors have supported me for over thirty years now with the top products in the industry. We strive to keep the quality experience at a high standard always and it is for this reason we maintain one guide for a maximum of two people. An example of some of the waters we use for the fly fishing guided trip is listed below. In the spring, the majority of trips are on the delayed harvest of the Tuckasegee river. There are many choices for wild trout streams in close proximity to Bryson City, NC!

nantahala-brown-trout-trout-fishing-guided-wade-trip.jpgNantahala Brown Trout and Jon Dietz from Cory, PA

Streams and Areas Served around Bryson City, NC

  • Tuckasegee River
  • Nantahala River
  • Delayed Harvest Tuckasegee River
  • Delayed Harvest Upper Nantahala
  • Delayed Harvest Snowbird Creek
  • WNC Fly Fishing Trail
  • Little Tennessee River
  • Pigeon River
  • Deep Creek, Forney Creek, Hazel Creek, Noland Creek, Cataloochee Creek, Little River, and others in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
  • Blue Ridge Parkway National Park
  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park
  • Cherokee Fly Fishing Only Section
  • Atlanta, GA, Greenville/ Spartenburg, SC
  • Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Knoxville, and Sevierville, TN.
  • Bryson City, Cherokee, Sylva, Maggie Valley, Highlands, Cashiers, Franklin, Murphy, Andrews, and Robbinsville, Charlotte, NC. 

Area Attractions Near Bryson City

Other area attractions can be found through contacting the Bryson City, NC Chamber of Commerce. The number is 800-867-9246. Swain County is the trout mecca of the southern states. Over 75% of the county is either Nantahala National Forest or the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The Park visitors exceed 14 million people per year! When you consider all of the whitewater rafting, Smoky Mountain Railroad, Appalachian Trail hikes, hundreds of waterfall hikes, great mountain biking, and many other outdoor adventures it is not hard to see why our little mountain town of Bryson City is always expanding.

Many great new restaurants and lodging in Bryson City for hosting large groups. Cherokee, NC is about a 10-minute drive from Bryson City. Gatlinburg, TN is a 45-minute drive over the hill (GSMNP) from Bryson City. We are about an hour drive from Highlands and Asheville NC. Knoxville and Chattanooga TN is about 2 1/2 hours away. Atlanta, GA, and Charlotte, NC are about a 3-hour drive. Plan your next get-a-away to the trout mecca town of Bryson City, NC! My favorite addition to the town is the

Many great new restaurants and lodging in Bryson City for hosting large groups. Cherokee, NC is about a 10-minute drive from Bryson City. Gatlinburg, TN is a 45-minute drive over the hill (GSMNP) from Bryson City. We are about an hour drive from Highlands and Asheville NC. Knoxville and Chattanooga TN is about 2 1/2 hours away. Atlanta, GA, and Charlotte, NC are about a 3-hour drive. Plan your next get-a-away to the trout mecca town of Bryson City, NC! My favorite addition to the town is the Nantahala Brewery which also provides some very good bands all through the season!

What you need to bring

Let us show you what it will take for learning to fly fish on your own in some of the best waters in western North Carolina! Our guides have decades of experience instructing you for a memorable adventure in the Great Smoky Mountains! You should bring rain gear, warm clothes, sunscreen, lip balm, a hat and polarized glasses. It will benefit your success on the water to wear clothing that blends into the surroundings.

You can also check the weather here for layering considerations of clothes. You can purchase your valid NCWRC license here online or by phone at 1-888-248-6834. You will need a trout stamp for everything outside the GSMNP and Tribal Waters in Cherokee, NC. You need either an NC or TN fishing license for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The tribal license can be purchased at many of the stores in Cherokee. Use the contact page or call (828)736-1469 for booking.

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