Guided trip programs offered and executed by Madison River Outfitters are all-inclusive and full-service. All of our trips are tailored and flexible to the needs of our customers, and we can cater to every experience level. Madison River Fly Fishing Guides provide first class service, relevant advice, and expert instruction for every single trip we lead.
You do not buy or rent anything. We provide everything you and your group need for the trip you purchase.
DH Catch & Release Trout - Most approachable trip for beginners. Generally good numbers of quality fish. Opportunity for Rainbows, Browns and Brookes. Our "Bread and Butter" trip, the Delayed Harvest (DH) provides anglers with a great opportunity for fishing success in a variety of different environments. Access and mobility is generally not difficult and prior experience is not necessary. Season: October - May
Small Stream Wild Trout "Hunting" - A more advanced, niche style of trout fishing. More secluded streams and warier trout. If you want to expand your skill set and experience some of the most beautiful scenery in our state, a wild trout trip might be perfect. Moderate hiking is required and this trip is not ideal for beginners or larger groups. However, the challenge can be absolutely worth it when a stunning native Brookie or wild Rainbow slaps your dry fly and runs all through a secluded mountain pool. Season: Year-round, great in the Summer
Smallmouth Bass Wade Trip - A great Summer option for intermediate or advanced anglers. Fish are numerous and aggressive, with the opportunity for exciting topwater bites. Longer casts and wading ability are necessary, so not ideal for first timers. Season: Summer only
Carolina "Bonefish" - One of the most exciting and challenging freshwater fish, just happens to be named "Common." No longer a trash fish, the common carp will stress all of your angling skills, but the reward is unlike anything else available in fresh water. Long, powerful runs, precision casting and big fish mean that this trip is not for everyone, but can be one of the best fly fishing experiences this side of Andros.
Whether you want an introduction to the fundamentals of fly casting, or to hone your skills for an upcoming fishing adventure, a casting lesson can be an approachable way for anglers of all experience levels to improve their skills.