Middle Tennessee is one of the most diverse areas for angling in the country. We are fortunate to fly fish for trout, largemouth, smallmouth, carp, and musky among a wide variety of other species. Our goal is to put anglers on the best fishing we can while helping them to learn an additional skill during their trip. The Caney Fork River is one of Middle Tennessee's best known drainages and often produces larger brown and rainbow trout for fly fishing anglers. Trophy fish are not uncommon while fishing the Caney Fork. This river can be crowded so flexibility is critical to success. The Elk River, near Lynchburg, Tennessee is a smaller tailwater that that is quietly one of the most exciting rivers for anglers. Although the fish can be smaller, some may also exceed 20" and anglers need to be stealthy as well as prepared for the bite at anytime. The Elk produces some excellent brown trout, rainbow trout and smallmouth fishing. With higher fish counts this river can be fun for both an experienced and novice anglers. The Obey River near Celina, Tennessee is out of the way and traffic is generally light. The Obey is an outstanding Spring and Fall destination for Middle TN fly anglers. Rainbows and brown trout are the fish that most anglers pursue on this water, but an occasional striper will also eat a streamer and increase your heart rate. Come fish from the casting braces of the Southeastern Fly drift boat with one of Middle, Tennessee's oldest guide services. See our contact page for additional contact info.