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South Holston River Father's Day(click it)

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Watauga River Grand Slam!(click it)

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June 7 on the Watauga River (click it)

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South Holston River Report (click it)

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April 14 on the Watauga River (click it)

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Catch the hatch on the Watauga River (click it)

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April Caddis on the Watauga River (click it)

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March 12 on the Watauga River (click it)

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More March Madness on the Watauga River!! (click it)

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March Madness Arrives!! (click it)

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February Fishing, 2017 (click it)

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Happy New Year!! (click it)

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Yes, We Fish in December! (click it)

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November South Holston River Report (click it)

fly fishing guides on the South Holston River
October South Holston River Report (click it)

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October Watauga River Report (click it)

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September South Holston River Report (click it)

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September Watauga River Report (click it)

fly fishing guides on the South Holston River
August, South Holston River, continued... (click it)

fly fishing guides on the South Holston River
August on the South Holston River (click it)

fly fishing guides for smallmouth bass
Beat the Heat with Bass (click it)

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July on the South Holston River (click it)

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June report for South Holston River (click it)

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June on the Watauga River (click it)

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May 27, 2016 on the Watauga River (click it)

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May 10, 2016 on the Watauga River (click it)

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Cinco de Mayo on the Watauga River (click it)

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Tax Day on the Watauga River (click it)

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Watauga River Caddis Hatch (click it)

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Watauga River on April 5, 2016 (click it)

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No April Fool's Day Joke (click it)

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Fathers & Sons fish the Watauga (click it)

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Springtime is Bass Time (click it)

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A Turner Family Watauga River Report (click it)

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Fish On! Watauga River Report (click it)

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March Madness starts on the Watauga River (click it)

fly fishing guides on the South Holston River
March Madness starts on the South Holston River (click it)

fly fishing guides on the South Holston River
Happy New Year 2016 on the South Holston River (click it)

They Coulda Been Contenders!
Or wall-hangers--but we released them all!!


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We've been guiding anglers to the streams & rivers around our hometown of Asheville, North Carolina since 1986 . Over the years we've learned what it takes to keep our clients contented and our guides enthusiastic. The prices, conditions and policies below result from 25 years experience in providing our customers with trophy memories and happy wallets!

Altamont Anglers Rates, Conditions and Cancellation Policy

North Carolina Trips:
Half-day walk & wade: one angler--$200; two anglers--$250; three anglers--$300
Full-day walk & wade: one angler--$300; two anglers--$350; three anglers--$450 (Guides are limited to a maximum of 3 angler/clients per trip)

Tennesse Trips (South Holston & Watauga Rivers):
Half-day walk & wade: one angler--$250; two anglers--$300; three anglers--$350
Full-day walk & wade: one angler--$325; two anglers--$375; three anglers--$450

North Carolina or Tennessee Float trips:
Full day: 1 or 2 anglers--$450  Half day: 1 or 2 anglers--$350

Trip Duration: Half-day trips amount to 4 hours of on-stream time. Full-day trips amount to 8 hours of on-stream time--transportation to and from the river does not count against your stream-time.

A Guided Trip Includes:
Transportation--Our guide will pick you up at the time and location of your choosing--typically at your lodgings--and take you to your fishing destination. Arrangements can be made in advance to meet wherever you choose.
Fishing Gear-- We provide basic outfits (rod, reel, flyline) and wading gear (stocking-foot waders with felt-soled wading boots) for clients who need them. This can save weight and space for those traveling to the area, although most clients prefer to use their own equipment.
Food--Lunch, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages are provided by your guide on all full-day trips. Half-day trips do not include lunch. Your guide will discuss any special dietary needs with you in advance.
Terminal Tackle--meaning leaders and flies: your guide will have the leaders and flies necessary for the trip, with the understanding that any flies lost (to trees or trout) or damaged (by trout teeth, for example) have been purchased by you at $1.75 each. This charge will be appended to the balance of the guide fee due to be charged to the Visa or Mastercard with which you booked the trip.

But you need to provide:
Fishing licenses--available on-line by following the "fishing licenses" link at the top of this page. Residents of North Carolina should select the Comprehensive License option, a $20 license which includes the necessary Trout Stamp and is good for 12 months from the date of purchase. Non-residents--a license including the Trout Stamp is $20 for one day, $25 for three days, and $40 for the annual license. Similar choices are available at the link for Tennessee licenses. 
Sunglasses & raingear --are recommended. The sunglasses should be polarized (cutting surface glare and allowing easier wading and fish spotting), but are essential eye protection in any case. Raingear makes life more pleasant in an unexpected cloudburst!
Gratuities--are not included in our guide fees, but are appreciated by our hard-working guides. If you feel that you've gotten good service, feel free to show your gratitude!

Booking and Cancellations:
A 50% deposit is required to book a guided trip (we accept Visa, Mastercard and personal checks) and the balance is due on the day of the trip. Shortly after booking your trip you will receive a confirmation letter. If paying by check, the deposit is due upon receipt of the confirmation; if paying by credit card the deposit will be collected upon booking the trip. If reservations are cancelled more than 30 days before a scheduled trip, a full refund of deposit will be issued. Deposits are forfeited on trips cancelled between seven and thirty days prior. Clients are responsible for full payment when cancellations are made less than seven days before the scheduled trip. Cancellations due to weather will be rescheduled.

Terms and conditions subject to change by AA staff

(Altamont Anglers operates on National Forest Rivers under USDA Forest Service Permit #PIS656001)

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