Asheville River Fishing Guides

French Broad River:

The French Broad offers a large surface area for an exciting fishing experience. Offering a variety of gamefish including smallmouth and musky. When booking your trip, tell your Asheville river fishing guide what you want to catch and we’ll make it happen! Let our guides take you on a float trip down the 3rd oldest rivers in the world.

Nolichucky River:

The Nolichucky River is the type of river every smallmouth angler would like to live on. A true smallmouth fishery that holds quantity and quality smallmouth bass. When booking your fishing trip, let us know that you are looking to fish the Nolichucky River for native smallmouth and we will assign our professional smallmouth fishing guide to your trip. Don’t miss out on fishing a textbook smallmouth river, right here in the Southeast!

Watauga River:

Running from North Carolina into Tennessee. Some of these backwoods are harder to navigate, but our guides will show you the way! With large brown and rainbow trout to big stripers – you never know what you’re going to hook into! Book a Watauga River Tailwater Trip with our Asheville river fishing guides today!

Tuckasegee River:

The Tuckasegee or “Tuck” is our favorite river for catching trophy brown trout, rainbow trout, and brook trout. With plenty of half-day and full-day stretches, the river is a great dry fly fishery as well as a good streamer river. Our guides are experts at fishing the Tuckasegee and will teach you how to fish it too.

Davidson River:

An Asheville fly fishing favorite! With big fish and large numbers it couldn’t get any better… Unless a SAA guide showed you where the best spots are! Fishing is great year-round for brown, rainbow & brook trout!

South Toe:

A pristine fishery running from Mount Mitchell through the Southern Appalachian Mountains. Southern Appalachian Anglers will help you catch wild or trophy trout in this beautiful river.

North Toe:

North Toe river offers great fly fishing for brown trout and rainbow trout. With brown trout getting into the 20 to 28 inch range. With a delayed harvest section starting the headwaters everything downstream is full of fish!

Rocky Broad River:

A beautiful, larger-sized creek running through the backwoods through Lake Lure that offers great trout fishing – from wild trout to larger sized trout!