Sedona property owners go fishing with Sedona Fly Fishing Adventures.Sedona property owners who want to experience the natural landscape in a whole new way should check out Sedona Fly Fishing Adventures. There are two options--a 4-hour excursion on Oak Creek for $195 per person or a 6-hour trip for $300 per person. There are discounts built into the booking system for groups of three or four. If you have five or more people in your group, call 1-844-4TROUTS or email to book your adventure. Both options include all the gear you’ll need--waders, boots, wet wading guards, and a full rod set up.

You will need to purchase a fishing license separately. You can do that online at Arizona Game and Fish or in person at the local Basha’s market or Clark’s Grocery in Oak Creek. 

You’ll also get an experienced guide to lead you to the best fishing spots. Beginning fly fishers are very welcome. Your guide will be very happy to instruct you in the basics of fly fishing and give you advice throughout your adventure. Each of the five guides brings with him a wealth of experience in fly fishing, as well as a lot of passion for the sport. The guides spend a lot of time hiking and exploring back country Sedona property, so they can take their groups to fishing holes that are off the beaten path. Everyone who goes on a fly fishing adventure should be in good enough physical shape that they can handle hiking on rough terrain.

Pack a Lunch, Dress for the Weather, and Have a Blast Fishing Near Your Sedona Home

Be sure to check the 10-day weather forecast before booking your trip. If Oak Creek is too high, you won’t be able to fish. You’ll also want to be sure to dress for the weather. In the winter, wear long underwear, bring a beanie, and dress in layers. In the summer, you’ll want a long sleeved shirt that offers sun and UV protection, along with lightweight shorts. Pack your own food at your Sedona home, and consider purchasing a water bottle from Sedona Fly Fishing Adventures to commemorate your trip and cut down on plastic waste.

Visit Sedona Fly Fishing Adventures online to learn more about what to bring and book your trip.