Indiana Flyfishing Guides

Flyfishing Guides on Indiana Rivers

The fly fishing guides in Indiana - float trips for smallmouth bass

Flyfishing Guides in Indiana

Fly fishing guides in Indiana offering guided float trips for Smallmouth Bass in Indiana. We fish rivers such as Sugar Creek in Crawfordsville IN, West Fork of the White River in Indianapolis.

Indiana Flyfishing Guides

Indiana Flyfishing Guides is comprised of two very lucky men. We enjoy taking people fishing on our favorite local waters, teaching flycasting, advanced fishing tactics, and mentoring our clients to become better flyfishers. We can also just shut-up and row the boat, or stand there holding lunch and an extra rod if that's what you prefer.

Jeff Conrad

Jeff is a veteran flyfisher with a diverse background in coldwater, warmwater and saltwater flyfishing. Having started flyfishing in the Boston area gave him exposure to all types of fishing, from Trout in the area streams and Bass in the lakes, to Bluefish in Boston Harbor. While enjoying all flyfishing tactics, he specializes in streamer fishing, casting long lines with big flies. He has been floating and guiding on Indiana’s White River for 16 years and has spent lots of time floating Sugar Creek, Tippecanoe River, Michigan's AuSable River and fishing Erie Steelhead. He runs a custom raft for its ability to negotiate the low waters of Summer & Fall. His streamer pattern, the “Conrad Sculpin”, is sold commercially and fished all over the world.

317-258-8608 or jeff@indiana-flyfishing.com

Ed Devine

Ed grew up in Johnstown, PA and spent his youth on Pennsylvania's freestone and spring creeks. He has spent countless hours chasing Great Lakes Steelhead and Salmon in the tributaries of Lake Michigan and Lake Erie. Ed spent 3 years in England building a golf course for Nick Faldo. While there he fished lakes and chalkstreams nearly everyday. Ed is an experienced and very versatile fly fisherman with especially deadly nymphing skills honed on the trout streams of western PA and the Erie Steelhead tributaries, where his nymph pattern, “Eddie’s Hex”, is a top producing fly. Ed is our primary guide on the Brookville Tailwater. Ed's main focus is on his job as a groundskeeper for a major baseball complex, so his availability for guiding is better during the winter months when his ball fields are dormant.

317-538-7119 or ed@indiana-flyfishing.com