Float Trips

The best way to cover the most water in a day! Think about it: floating several miles and easily maneuvering the river to the honey holes is an equation for more fish in the net! Plus, your job is to cast and fish hard. Leave the rowing up to me.

For those unfamiliar with drift boats, they hold two anglers plus the guide. There is more storage than you could need, and they are very steady (not like a canoe). Float trips are an excellent way to see lots of water in a day, and, fortunately, our rivers here in Appalachia are gorgeous.

Whether a beginner or experienced streamer fisherman–and regardless of your physical ability–a float trip will be the right trip for you!

Most floats will take place on Blue Ridge’s Toccoa River. The Toccoa starts near Suches, GA and runs into Lake Blue Ridge. From there, and below a dam, the tailwater begins and flows all the way into Tennessee. Based on the needs and conditions of the day, either the headwaters or the tailwater are available for floating. When you book a trip we will discuss which will be best considering the time of year, water flows, and weather conditions!

Other float options are available, including The Tuckasegee river in Dilsboro, Nc. This river is a great “delayed harvest” fishery with a large amount of fish per mile. Ask about floats for river bass depending on time of year and location!

*All fishing equipment included.

*Lunch is included on full day floats. Lunch not included on half day floats.

*Gratuity not included in pricing.


  • Half day Float      1-2 person      $375.00
  • Full day Float       1-2 person      $500.00
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