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Float Trips

7-8 hour float on local NC and VA tailwaters. 1-2 anglers

Half Day- $350

Full Day - $450

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Carp Float

Sight casting to big carp in the drift boat. These monsters are picky eaters, but when they do it's a wild ride. Patience and an accurate cast are recommended. Not recommended for beginners. 1-2 anglers

Half day- $300

Full Day - $

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Wade Trips

Great intro to river fly fishing for trout. 1-2 anglers.

Half day- $350

Full day- $400

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Introductory Floats

A great introduction to fly fishing, in Greensboro, on a handmade drift boat! Two hour trips geared towards beginners and those who have never touched a fly rod, targeting panfish on the fly. Great for kids!

$250

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Frequently Asked Questions

 

What do I need to bring for my trip?

 

            We will have all of the fishing gear needed for your trip. Things that you may consider bringing are: hat, sunglasses, rain jacket, clothing appropriate for the weather conditions, sunscreen and bug spray.  We will have beverages for all trips and for full day wade trips we will supply lunch.

 

What forms should I fill out in advance of the trip?

 

           You just need to fill out a waiver on the day of the trip.

 

What type of license do I need?

 

            Most of our wade trips are done locally and you will need an NC or VA fishing license with a trout permit.  You can purchase either a 10-day or an annual license. You may purchase an NC and VA fishing license online above. For carp trips, you will just need a NC license.

 

Should I tip my guide?

 

          Whatever you are feeling? I am blessed to get to take you. Like any service industry tips are greatly appreciated.  

                                 

 

Do we get to keep the fish?

 

            No.  We practice 100% catch and release. This helps ensure that we can continue to guide clients on these waters and help conserve and protect the fishery.

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