Bellow are answers to the questions we are most frequently asked. If you have additional questions, please don't hesitate to call or email us.−Cinda
What do I need to bring on my trip?
If you own fly fishing gear, we suggest you bring it. If you don’t, we can supply rods, reels, waders, boots, etc.
You will need a non-resident or resident fishing license. You will be required to purchase one ahead of time at Arizona Game and Fish Online Services or you can pick one up at any licensed retailer (Wal-Mart, Big 5 Sporting Goods, Bass Pro Shop, etc).
Weather in the high country is often unpredictable so always be prepared for cool weather and rain.
We provide lunch and water on full day guided trips but feel free to bring any snacks or drinks you might want throughout the day.
What if I need to cancel my trip?
We require a 50% deposit at the time of booking and have a 30-day cancellation policy. If you cancel outside of 30 days, we will refund your deposit. If you cancel inside of 30 days the deposit is non-refundable but we will do all that we can to reschedule the trip.
How will bad weather effect my trip?
In Arizona, we have more days of beautiful weather than not, however we still occasionally get rain and/or snow. Most of the time the fish do not care–and sometimes the fishing is actually better on these days. The only time we will cancel a trip is if the weather creates dangerous conditions. Such examples include, lightening, icy rods, etc. To date, we have not had to cancel a single trip due to weather.
What type of physical ability is required to fly fish?
Fly Fishing is a physical sport and we guide in some places that are in elevations of 7,000 to over 10,000 feet. Some of these areas are remote and require the ability to hike and maneuver in rocky and uneven terrain. We also have places that are not as remote and can be fished with ease. When booking your trip please let us know your fitness level so that we can plan accordingly.