You can always make time to go do some Smallmouth Fishing! There's nothing better than stripping a streamer into a giant, or seeing a 20 inch smallmouth come up and hit a top water popper. Smallmouth fishing is a great opportunity for family outings, business trips, or a relaxing but exciting, day out on the water. With world class smallmouth waters around us and a number of big, healthy, natural fish out there, smallmouth fishing in an opportunity you just can't pass up. Whether you're just starting out fishing, new to fly fishing, or an avid angler, Smallmouth sure don't disappoint! We will be fishing water with trophy size smallmouth reaching over 20inches! Our season primarily starts in May and runs all the way into the Winter.
Full Day- $425
Full day floats are for one to two people, out of the comfort of a 2016 Stealthcraft Drift Boat. Generally floats are eight hours on the water, plus extra travel time. During this time we will provide lunch on the water, gear such as rods, reels, and flies/tackle. Several days prior to your trip we will contact you with a meeting place and time.
Half Day- $250
Half day floats are conducted out of a Stealthcraft Drift Boat and are at least 4 hours on the water for one to two people, not including travel time. We will provide gear such as rods, reels, and flies/tackle.
-Please give us a call for multiple day discounts and multiple boat trips.
Booking your trip
Guide trips can be booked by calling Luke at (763)-482-0216 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
About the trip
Several days prior to your trip we will be in contact with you in concerns about a meeting place and time, and any dietary needs (full day trips). We ask when booking a guide trip that there will be $100 deposit, non-refundable fee paid to reserve your date unless the trip is canceled by the guide due to the Weather Day Policy. The rest is to be paid in full on the day of your trip in cash or check. Life happens, and if you need to cancel your trip with it being done so 14 days in advance the deposit can be put toward another future trip with us. If your looking at booking a group trip (more than two people), let us know and we can better accommodate for this. Please note that prices listed on trips do not include guide gratuity.
What to Bring
- Valid Fishing License- can be purchased online before we head out on the water
- Polarized sunglasses
- Weather appropriate clothing-rain gear
- We do supply water, other beverages must be brought on your own.
- Fishing Gear- Anglers are welcome to bring any of their own gear they would like to use but isn't mandatory. Your guide will have all the gear you need to have a successful day on the water
Our guides your sometimes asked how much to tip, generally speaking if you enjoyed yourself and your guide 20% is traditional. Are guides work hard to make sure you have a trip of a lifetime! Our guides give 100% every time to make sure you have a great time Living the Dream!
Do we keep fish?
Seeing that our main focus is on Smallmouth and Musky, we closely follow the practice of catch-and-release while on our floats. Not that we are against keeping fish, but one of our goals is to help improve and keep our fisheries going . It's hard to even imagine how many years it took that 50 inch Musky to grow and we are going to work toward taking care of them and the waterways we encounter.
Weather Day policy
Inclement weather is a part of everyone's life. Although rare, these days may spoil fishing or be unsafe conditions and cancellations are required. In any event of a weather day, there will be an effort to re-scheduel to accommodate for the client as well as guide. If unable to re-schedule, the initial deposit will be returned.