The Ideal Trip for Avid Fishermen

An extension of our 2-day overnight trip, the Float Fishing — 3 Days trip was made for guests who just can’t get enough of being out on the water. You’ll start each day in the early morning, when it’s primetime to catch Smallmouth Bass. You’ll spend about eight hours on the water, where you’ll fish in West Virginia’s deep pools and swift currents. Our designated gear-boater will have already set up camp with tents, sleeping cost, and dry gear long before you hit the beach of our riverside campsite. Once there, you’ll enjoy a delicious dinner and restful sleep in nature before heading out for the next day of fishing.

This trip includes three days of fishing, two nights of camping, and plenty of food and fun in between. Choose from spin fishing or fly fishing–just let us know your preference when you book your trip!

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What's Included

We’ll provide everything you need to have three great days of fishing. This includes tackle, rods, reels, plastic bait, plus flies and fly roads if specified. We also bring breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and beverages. If you prefer to use your own fishing gear, feel free to bring a rod, hard bait, crank baits, plugs, or minnows. Transportation to and from the river will also be provided in addition to tents, sleeping cots, and dry gear.

What to Wear and Bring

You’re responsible for obtaining and bringing your West Virginia fishing license, which you’ll need to show your fishing guide before the trip. We recommend bringing sunscreen and weather-appropriate clothes, including rain gear, warm layers, sunglasses, and a hat. Ask for an Overnight Checklist for more details on what to bring.

Trip Time

This is a three-day, overnight trip, with approximately eight hours spent on the river each day. All trips depart during early morning.

Requirements and Limits

The minimum age for this adventure is eight years old. You must have a current West Virginia fishing license, which you’ll need to show your guide during check in. All fishing trips are catch and release with artificial baits only. Consult with your physician before attempting any new activity.


Your fishing guide will discuss all specific safety requirements on site. Our guides know this river better than anybody, and they’ll help you with bait or fly selection and where to cast, plus instruction if necessary.

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