Endless River Adventures offers guided fly fishing service in western North Carolina, the NC Smoky Mountains, for trout and small mouth bass. Fly Fishing Options include guided drift boat, guided oar-rig float trips, stream side and wet wading. Permitted Outfitter for float trips on the Nantahla River
Western North Carolina is a favorite destination for anglers who enjoy a beautiful backdrop almost as much as they do the fishing itself. Our guides are part of a tight-knit community of guides that have fished the rivers of western North Carolina for 30+ years. They are passionate about fishing and enjoy sharing some of their signature flies and favorite spots with visiting fly fishers.
Endless River Adventures is permitted by the U.S. Forest Service for float trips on the Nantahala River. Floating is a preferred option in an area surround by the Nantahala National Forest and the Smoky Mountain National Park.
No experience Needed
For new anglers: Fly fishing is a sport based on technique, finesse and a sense of the ecosystem surrounding you. Time with one of our guides will help you on your way to developing proper casting techniques; learning where to catch fish, and what flies are most successful
Fly fishing in western North Carolina is four-seasons. In the spring and fall there is a delayed harvest season. From Oct 1 to the first Saturday in June, enjoy delayed harvest season for trout fishing on the Upper Nantahala River and Tuckasegee River. This is a great time of the year to test your skills on Rainbow, Brown and Brook trout.
Endless River Adventures Fly Fishing Shop carries a selection of some of the best equipment, a full range of flies, and fly tying supplies for the avid fly fisherman. Stop by on your fishing outing, we’re right on the river!
NC Fishing Licenses are available for purchase at the Endless River Adventures Fly Shop on the Nantahala River.
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