Trip Options


Float trips

Our float trips are available in both half and full day options focused in Middle Tennessee in our ultralight Riverhawk B60. The shallow draft allows us access to waters less frequented  by other anglers for a variety of species including trout, smallmouth, largemouth, striped bass, muskie, carp, and many more. We want to provide you with the best experience possible so trip options will vary throughout the year based on current water conditions. Rods, reels, and terminal tackle provided for all trips and full day trips includes a meal for up to two anglers. 

Full Day: $425   Half Day: $350


Caney Fork/Elk Rivers: Rainbow, Brown, and Brook Trout year round. Striper fishing available seasonally.

Collins River: Muskie fishing available seasonally.

Old Hickory/Percy Priest Lakes: Largemouth, Smallmouth, Striper, Carp fishing available seasonally.

Harpeth River: Smallmouth Bass and Carp fishing available seasonally.



Wade and Walk trips

Our wade and walk trips are available on many different rivers and streams throughout Middle Tennessee and offer the opportunity to learn the basics of fly fishing to perfecting a specific technique in a difficult run. Offered in both half and full day options we can accommodate any sized group and experience level to provide the most out of your trip to the water. Contact us to find out what trips are available currently and begin your next fly fishing adventure.

Full Day $350   Half Day: $275


Caney Fork/Elk/Duck Rivers: Rainbow, Brown, and Brook trout seasonally.

Harpeth River: Smallmouth Bass, Carp, Rainbow Trout seasonally.

Winter Trout Stocking: Rainbow Trout in a variety of Middle TN streams throughout the winter.


Smoky Mountain Bluelining

The Great Smoky Mountain National Park possesses some of the best trout fishing on the east coast. With over 2,900 miles of streams within the park boundary there are countless places to get away from the crowds and find pristine mountain streams. We can make your next trip productive, whether you are new to fishing small mountain streams, or you want to go deep into to backcountry to find a place no one has explored in years. You may choose to stay in any of the cabins throughout the Townsend  or Gatlinburg areas, car camping in the park, or backcountry camping on numerous streams within the park. Trip options vary throughout the year, contact us for the most up to date trip availability.


Gatlinburg/Townsend: Various cabins and hotel options throughout.

Car Camping: Elkmont, Cades Cove, Abrams Creek, Pigeon River, etc.

Backcountry Camping: Abrams Creek, Little River, Lynn Camp Prong, Leconte Creek, etc.