GUIDED SMALLMOUTH BASS FISHING TRIPS
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Smallmouth Bass fishing in the Southern Appalachian Mountains is renowned as some of the best on the continent. We target these fish on our float trips on the fly and with tackle. If you enjoy a tenacious pull from the surface and seeing acrobatic fish dance, then this is for you. We target several rivers located in Western North Carolina and East Tennessee. Click here for more information.
GUIDED SMALLMOUTH BASS - WHITEWATER FLOAT FISHING TRIPS
For the adventurous angler looking for a remote experience, Asheville Fly Fishing Company is the only guide service in the Asheville area offering a smallmouth bass fishing trip on Class III-IV whitewater. While it is becoming rare to find a true remote wilderness experience in the east, we are fortunate to have access to the French Broad River section 9 and the Nolichucky Gorge. These trips offer excellent Smallmouth Bass fishing and flow through two of the most remote, beautiful sections of river found in the eastern US. All guides are ACA Level IV Swift Water Rescue and CPR/First Aid certified and fully insured. Click here for more info.
GUIDED OVERNIGHT SMALLMOUTH BASS FISHING TRIPS
So much water, so little time. If you need more than one day of fishing, we understand all too well. We offer multi-day trips with Safari style camping. Click here for more info and watch the video below.
At Asheville Fly Fishing Company, we value long-lasting relationships with our guests and enjoy sharing memorable days on the water. Click here to read what people are saying about their experience with us.
Guiding is our passion. Sure we love catching fish on our days off, but sharing the experience is far more rewarding. We are problem solvers who enjoy the connections and process just as much as the pull. We push each other to be innovative, aware of the fine details and to always anticipate the next move gracefully and with respect. Our goal is to give you the best service you have ever experienced, and to always enjoy as much river experience as possible while putting fish in the net. Our first time out with you, we are taking notes on the details that make a difference to you. From the moment we meet you onward, we go the extra miles so you are right where you want to be, fishing better and laughing louder. Click here to read more about the guides.
FISHING REPORT: SPRING FORECAST
With several good snows under our belt the ground water table is up as we move into the rainy season. We anticipate good water levels for spring fishing on our freestone rivers. This week we are getting our first taste of warmer temperatures and perhaps the beginning of the warming trends that will take us into spring. As this trend progresses, we recommend your fishing efforts be spent during the end of each warm spell. Don't go the first day it warms up. If you've got five days of warmer temps in the forecast, hit the water on day 3, 4 or 5. This will give the water temperature a chance to increase resulting in more active fish and more fish in the net.