All float trips are full day and for one or two anglers.  Float trips can be for trout during the spring and fall, and some summer floats on the Tennessee tail waters when weather and release schedules permit. Floats for smallmouth begin in late spring and continue into early fall.  Float trips for smallmouth include both fly and spin tackle.  All rods, reels, leaders, tippet, flies, and lures are provided.   Water and lunch are provided, however, if you have dietary requirements or food allergies you should bring your own lunch.  Lunch is usually a quick sandwich and then back to fishing.  Float trip start times are determined based on weather and scheduled flow releases, but usually start between 8 and 10 a.m. and end between 4 and 6 p.m. 

Float trips are priced per boat.

Trout Float -500

Smallmouth Float -500

 Popping bugs against the bank make for great summer top water action on the French Broad River, Asheville, North Carolina

Popping bugs against the bank make for great summer top water action on the French Broad River, Asheville, North Carolina

 
 Pull into the shade and take a break from the summer sun on the French Broad River, Asheville, North Carolina 

Pull into the shade and take a break from the summer sun on the French Broad River, Asheville, North Carolina 

Float Trips 

 Fishing light tackle spinning gear can be very productive for smallmouth bass, Asheville, North Carolina 

Fishing light tackle spinning gear can be very productive for smallmouth bass, Asheville, North Carolina 

 Smallmouth Bass from the Tuckasseegee River, Dillsboro, North Carolina 

Smallmouth Bass from the Tuckasseegee River, Dillsboro, North Carolina 

Jumping Smallmouth Bass French Broad River, Asheville, North Carolina
 Damsel Flies are a fair game for a smallmouth bass on the French Broad River, Asheville, North Carolina

Damsel Flies are a fair game for a smallmouth bass on the French Broad River, Asheville, North Carolina