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Smallmouth Bass Fishing Guide Trips
Guided smallmouth bass trips are one of the most popular trips requested in Asheville, NC. Float down the French Broad, Nolichucky, Tuckasegee or North Toe river with a professional guide, while casting lures for hungry smallmouth!
Book Your Guided Trip Today!
Be sure to contact us in advance to book your trip during these trophy months. All of the guides at Southern Appalachian Anglers are licensed and certified and uphold a level of professionalism that we can guarantee. SAA's team of fishing guides will assist in every way possible to make your smallmouth bass fishing trip most memorable.
Call today or contact us online to book your trip to catch your next trophy smallmouth! Ask about our group float trips and our wade trips for booking groups over 2 anglers.
Conventional Tackle: The beauty of the bronze back fish, and the power they offer is sought after by anglers from all over the world. Spin fishing is the best approach for catching smallmouth bass. Medium-light to medium-heavy tackle is commonly used when spin fishing on these trips due to the size of the fish. Be prepared to cast hair jigs, soft plastics, Texas rig creature baits and crankbaits for trophy smallmouth bass.
Fly Fishing (7/8wts.): There are a couple months out of the year that allow anglers to fly fish for smallmouth bass. The early summer months are the most productive months for catching bass on the fly. Poppers, subsurface dippers, wiggle minnows can all be productive during June and July.
Best Time To Catch Western North Carolina Smallmouth
The best time of year for smallmouth bass fishing in Asheville is from March through November.
SPRING: Catch trophy smallies during the prespawn run from the first two weeks in March through the first 3 weeks in April. Spring smallmouth action is one of the best times to catch your trophy in Asheville.
SUMMER: During the summer months smallmouth can be caught all day with fish weighing from 1-5lbs.
FALL/WINTER: Fall and winter is also great time of the year to fish for smallmouth bass. During October through November smallmouth can be found chasing shad and feeding on crawfish. Our clients love this time of the year to hunt for trophy fish.
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