FLY FISHING W/ WADERS
BEGINNER OR EXPERIENCED
Same Rate / Kayak, Canoe, or on Foot
Fly fishing the Beaver Tailwaters can become an addiction
Once the Fish bites, it’s not just the fish that gets hooked....
50 some years of fresh water fishing experience, but do prefer Fly Fishing the Beaver Tailwaters over spin casting.
It is a personal thrill for me to introduce / show kids, ladies and even grown men a new way to catch fish if they have never used a fly rod.
Every Guide and/or fisherman on the Beaver Tailwaters has his/her own opinion on where the fish are - I don’t have an opinion - I’ll just flat-dab show you where they are - and that’s where you take over!!!
My opinion based on somewhere around 1000 (give or take) trips to the Beaver Tailwater with a fishing rod in my hand - Mid-day fishing is best providing conditions allow. We can take off at 7:00 a.m. or noon or for that matter whenever you choose. The early bird isn’t always the one that gets the worm.
All trips are fully outfitted with waders, boots and fly rod with appropriate flys. We can reach our destination on foot or via
kayaks which are available at no extra charge. If you have your own equipment you are encouraged to bring it. If you are a NEWBEE and don’t even know what you have - bring it anyway and I’ll explain what each item is and how it is used.
If you would like to bring a spinning rod - that’s O.K. too.
I say it’s time to go catch some fish - how about it?.
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" MIKE THE FLY GUY"
FLY FISHING GUIDE
Map of the Beaver Tail waters. Beaver Dam is to the lower left
Fly Fishing in Eureka Springs, Arkansas