Guided Float Trip on the Tuckasegee and Little Tennessee Rivers
Special 3/4 day Float Trip during prime time fishing hours on the Tuckasegee River or Little Tennessee River for only $225.00 per boat! Our Float Trip Special includes everything you need to fly fish or spin fish, plus an experienced guide at the oars. We also include food and drinks!
We maximize your time by floating the best hours for fishing!
For Reservations (828)-488-7665, or book securely online
The Tuckasegee River is a fantastic western sized river that offers plenty of diversity in fishing options. With numerous fish species, and a Delayed Harvest section with 12,500 trout per mile, the Tuckasegee River is a complete year around fishery!
The Little Tennessee River is one of the best Smallmouth Bass rivers in the south! Wide slow moving water, free of casting obstructions and miles of solitude and beautiful scenery make this one Drift Boat Fishing trip you’ll not want to miss.
From April though October the lower sections of the Tuckasegee River offer some great fishing for the biggest Smallmouth Bass in the Smoky Mountains. Anglers fishing with us have caught Smallmouth Bass topping 6 lbr. You’ll also catch Rainbow and Brown Trout, Walleye, Spotted Bass and Muskie. Fly Fishing the lower Tuckasegee River offers solitude from other anglers and river users, there are many days that you’ll never see another person on the river. You will see the locals however, local wildlife that is, River Otters, Great Blue Heron, Mink, Muskrat, Black Bear, Deer, and the occasional Bald Eagle.
Fish places such as Cadillac Hole, Muskie Corner, Smallie Hole, Frog Pond, The Gauntlet, The Trestle Hole, Governor’s Island, and Blue Herron Run.
We have guided more trips down the “Tuck” and “Little T” than any other outfitter in Western North Carolina. Our staff knows every rock and secret fishing hole on these rivers. Head guide Eugene Shuler grew up on the banks of the Tuckasegee River, and knows it like the back of his hand. To date he has guided more than 2,000 Float Trips down the Tuckasegee River, nearly double of any other guide or outfitter in the area.