The Elk River- We are finally getting good flows on this river. The 240 CFS is moving the flies at a respectable pace and the fish looking for moving nymphs. The water is clear, cool and nice for trout.
The trips on this river have been laid back with good results. We have full day floats with good lunches and plenty of action. Bring your own gear or just use ours for a seriously fun day.
The Caney Fork- These floats are on this river have been producing some nice fish. Anglers in the casting braces on the F/V Southeastern Fly have been catching fish on streamers using 6wts with sinking lines and those same 6wts with nymphs and floating lines. Although this is a popular river, we have designed some floats to keep our anglers away from traffic and still catch fish. If you want to get on this popular watershed we can get you on the water at the right times and under the right conditions.
Southeastern Fly Live- Every week we broadcast live on Facebook. Generally the broadcast lasts about 15 minutes and is broken into three segments. The information is some of the most up to date on the world wide web. It's a lot like standing in the parking lot at the ramp after the float and getting some of the most fresh info available. If you are following Southeastern Fly on Facebook look for us on most Tuesdays or Thursdays and if you aren't following Southeastern Fly on Facebook give it a chance, you won't be disappointed.
If you are a seasoned angler or have never picked up a fly rod and want to set up a day on the river e-mail or call/text 615-796-5143 to book a day on the water. For additional booking information see our Homepage and to see the latest fishing report click here.