Indiana Flyfishing Guides

Indiana Fly Fishing Rivers

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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, Tippecanoe River near Lafayette IN.

The Indiana Waters We Fish

We offer float trips and wade trips on the best rivers in Indiana. These rivers offer excellent fishing (usually), beautiful scenery (always) and a great day on the water with a knowledgeable and friendly guide.

West Fork of the White River - The White River north of Indianapolis is a beautiful warmwater fishery convenient to the Indianapolis area. We cover nearly 25 miles of the upper White on float trips from 5 to 8 miles in length, including use of a private put-in that gives us access to a great stretch of river. During the longer days of late-Spring, Summer & early-Fall you can work 1/2 a day, get on the water for a float trip and be home before the late news. More info.

Brookville Tailwater - Indiana's trout success story, the Brookville tailwater, flows out of the bottom of Brookville Reservoir. Its cold waters support Brown Trout and Rainbow Trout that feed year-round. We offer guided wade trips anytime the water flows are reasonable for wading. These tailwater trout can be kinda fussy, but we have lots of experience with the right fly selection and tactics to get you hooked up. More info.

Sugar Creek - Sugar Creek in west-central Indiana (near Crawfordsville, IN) is one of Indiana's best smallmouth bass fisheries. We fish Sugar Creek upstream of where the river runs through Turkey Run State Park and Shades State Park. With beautiful clear water, high bluffs, lots of rocky structure and trophy smallmouth, this river is a must for the avid warmwater flyfisher. More info.

Tippecanoe River - The float from Oakdale Dam down to SR18 is 9 miles of water. There are deep holes (very deep), fast runs and boulder gardens galore, separated by long slow pools. Many of the fish on the Tippi are caught from mid-current structure. It is a great Summer and Fall fishery as long as flows remain high enough to be "floatable". More info.

To schedule a float or wade trip, call 317-258-8608.