Wild Trout floats in Western MD on the North Branch of the Potomac River put trout in your hands without being in Montana. There is a reason why many anglers call the North Branch "The Madison of the East." If you are a streamer angler this float is for you. If you aren't a streamer angler we can make you one. A popular float with clients is the buffet float where you can catch Wild Rainbow Trout, Wild brown Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Redeye Rockbass, Bluegill and Largemouth all on the same float.
Our floats on the North Branch of the Potomac are truly a special experience. Anglers routinely land Brown and Rainbow Trout over 18" with the average size trout being 14". We have 4 different float options on the North Branch to put you on the water that is fishing the best. This river is a streamer anglers paradise. So if you like to chuck meat, we speak that language.
Are you a die hard angler that thinks ending a float at 5pm is a sin? Then the Extended Float is for you. Lunch and Dinner included and we often combine Trout and Smallmouth floats in the same day covering 15+ miles of river in a day. We start around 6am and or off the water between 8-9pm. This float options is only available in June, July and August due to the daylight needed for the longer day.
We offer over 12 different Float trips for Smallmouth Bass. The Potomac River, Shenandoah River and the North Branch of the Potomac River are all options. Trophy Smallmouth Bass trips are our speciality including a new Extended Day Float Option and a 2 day/Overnight float for Smallmouth in the 6 pound class.
8-10 Hours on the water. All Flies included. Lunch and drinks provided.
12-14 Hours on the water. All Flies included. Lunch, Dinner and drinks provided.
This float is truly an adventure and not for the weak. 6lb Smallmouth are here. The remoteness, river structure and the lack of pressure makes this float truly amazing. This float is very dependent on water levels. At times assistance will be needed in maneuvering the boat through tight spots. This includes being out of the boat and helping your guide lift the boat over ledges, rocks and skinny water. All meals are included. Anglers travel light and sleep in hammocks or cots. Are you up for it?