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Guided trout fishing excursions on Big Snowbird Creek in North Carolina

Big Snowbird Creek

Considered by many veterans to be one of the best trout streams in Western North Carolina, Big Snowbird Creek provides anglers with a multitude of opportunities to catch rainbows, browns and brook trout. Big Snowbird Creek begins as a small brook trout stream in the Snowbird Mountains near the Cherohala Skyway and expands to over 35 feet wide in some places. Three waterfalls keeps Big Snowbird's large native brook trout population mostly separated from migrating rainbows and browns, which gives anglers some unique opportunities to target different species. Big Snowbird Creek is an outstanding choice for fly fishing enthusiasts of all skill levels, but getting to the right spots can be tricky so an experienced guide from On the Fly Excursions is your best chance to land a trophy catch!

Pricing for Fly Fishing Excursions on Big Snowbird Creek

Pricing is per-angler and includes all the necessary essentials for the ultimate guided experience, including rod, reel, flies, waders or boats, water, cooler and ice. Full day trips include a catered lunch. Half Day Wade: $275 (1 angler) | $400 (2 anglers) Full Day Wade: $400 (1 angler) | $600 (2 anglers)

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Client Care:

Our customer service representatives are expert in knowing which waters and methods are best depending on water conditions and experience. Our premier fly fishing guides provide everything you need, all the necessary essentials for the ultimate guided experience, rod, reel, flies, waders or boats, water, cooler and ice for your use, and catered lunch for full day trips.

Weather Protection Guarantee:

Should a trip get cancelled due to weather, we will help to reschedule or refund your guided trip.

Typical start and end times for trips:

½ day trips run from 7am–12noon Full day trips run from 7am–5pm and include catered lunch
  • Guided trip times and locations can be dependent upon weather and water conditions
  • Water release schedules are posted 24 hours prior to a scheduled release which may change the location or method of your trip.
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Guided trout fishing excursions on Fightingtown Creek in North Georgia

Fightingtown Creek

No fly fishing trip to Blue Ridge or Fannin County would be complete without a trip to Fightingtown Creek. Starting high in the Cohutta Mountains in Gilmer County, Fightingtown Creek flows northward through Fannin County before joining the Ocoee River between Copperhill and Ducktown Tennessee. Fightingtown is a gorgeous mountain tributary that supports a generous population of wild, stream bred rainbow trout and gives anglers a clear indication of why Fannin County is widely known as the Trout Capital of Georgia. Fightingtown Creek offers anglers a remote fishing experience as it meanders its way through the Chattahoochee National Forest. With limited public access, the best way to find the most productive locations on this beautiful creek is with an experienced guide.

Pricing for Fly Fishing Excursions on Fightingtown Creek

Pricing is per-angler and includes all the necessary essentials for the ultimate guided experience, including rod, reel, flies, waders or boats, water, cooler and ice. Full day trips include a catered lunch. Half Day Wade: $275 (1 angler) | $400 (2 anglers) Full Day Wade: $400 (1 angler) | $600 (2 anglers)

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Get your angler the perfect gift this year: A fly fishing gift certificate

Gift Certificates

Are you looking for the ultimate Christmas gift for the angler in your life? Then look no further! With a gift certificate from On the Fly Excursions your gift will give the person you love the opportunity to create memories that will last a lifetime!

To purchase a gift Certificate

To purchase a gift certificate, complete the reservation form and include "GC" or "Gift Certificate" in the last box and a representative will get in touch with you for details and payment information. [row cols_nr="2"][col size="6"]

706-633-0306 phone

RESERVATIONS Reservations@OnTheFlyExc.com

PACKAGE PLANNING Marcia@OnTheFlyExc.com

Client Care:

Our customer service representatives are expert in knowing which waters and methods are best depending on water conditions and experience. Our premier fly fishing guides provide everything you need, all the necessary essentials for the ultimate guided experience, rod, reel, flies, waders or boats, water, cooler and ice for your use, and catered lunch for full day trips.

Weather Protection Guarantee:

Should a trip get cancelled due to weather, we will help to reschedule or refund your guided trip.

Typical start and end times for trips:

½ day trips run from 7am–12noon Full day trips run from 7am–5pm and include catered lunch
  • Guided trip times and locations can be dependent upon weather and water conditions
  • Water release schedules are posted 24 hours prior to a scheduled release which may change the location or method of your trip.
Book your excursion by filling in the Angler’s Reservation Form on this page or calling 706-633-0306. [/col] [col size="6"]

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Guided trout fishing excursions on Hemptown Creek in North Georgia

Hemptown Creek

Located just 4 miles from downtown Blue Ridge, Hemptown Creek is a serene mountain tributary that provides both novice and experienced anglers an opportunity to spend the day catching rainbow, brown and brook trout. Hemptown Creek is stocked regularly and is a great place to visit if you want to spend the day away from everything.

Pricing for Fly Fishing Excursions on Hemptown Creek

Pricing is per-angler and includes all the necessary essentials for the ultimate guided experience, including rod, reel, flies, waders or boats, water, cooler and ice. Full day trips include a catered lunch. Half Day Wade: $275 (1 angler) | $400 (2 anglers) Full Day Wade: $400 (1 angler) | $600 (2 anglers)

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Guided trout fishing excursions on Jacks River in North Georgia

Jacks River

Jacks River is a 19.4 mile long tributary of the Conasauga River and is located mostly in the Cohutta Wilderness and Chattahoochee National Forest in North Georgia and Southeastern Tennessee. Though Jacks River receives most of its attention because of its sixty-foot waterfall (aptly named Jacks River Falls), this pristine mountain river is a bushy stream that harbors trophy rainbow and brown trout, as well as a healthy population of native brook trout. Due to an extensive hike Jacks River is not recommended for everyone, but it can provide a challenging day full of breathtaking scenery and abundant wildlife to see for the agile angler.

Pricing for Fly Fishing Excursions on Jacks River

Pricing is per-angler and includes all the necessary essentials for the ultimate guided experience, including rod, reel, flies, waders or boats, water, cooler and ice. Full day trips include a catered lunch. Half Day Wade: $275 (1 angler) | $400 (2 anglers) Full Day Wade: $400 (1 angler) | $600 (2 anglers)

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Guided trout fishing excursions on Little Fightingtown Creek in North Georgia

Little Fightingtown Creek

Little Fightingtown Creek is a relatively small tributary that joins Fightingtown Creek near Higdon, Epworth and Devils Den as it makes its way to the Ocoee River. Little Fightingtown offers anglers an opportunity to land both stocked and wild bred rainbow trout in a breathtaking North Georgia mountain stream. Public access to Little Fightingtown Creek is limited and our guides have exclusive private access, so if you are looking forward to a day of catching trout instead of hunting for a place to park then an experienced fishing guide from On the Fly Excursions is your best choice.

Pricing for Fly Fishing Excursions on Little Fightingtown Creek

Pricing is per-angler and includes all the necessary essentials for the ultimate guided experience, including rod, reel, flies, waders or boats, water, cooler and ice. Full day trips include a catered lunch. Half Day Wade: $275 (1 angler) | $400 (2 anglers) Full Day Wade: $400 (1 angler) | $600 (2 anglers)

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