Mountain State Anglers
Mountain State Anglers Fishing Services offers excursions on the New River Gorge National River. Participants should expect to catch smallmouth bass, channel catfish and wild mountain trout. The trained guides also offer assistance in learning how to fly fish. Anglers can select a half- or full-day guided fishing tour. Alcohol is not permitted on the boat, anglers must be at least 6 years old to spin or fly fish on the boat.
Mountain State Anglers Tours
P.O. Box 360
Fayetteville, WV 25840
New River Gorge Tours
Guided fishing tours at the New River Gorger include multiple access points at the New River Gorge National River. Anglers can tour the Tug Creek Beach, Grandview Sandbar, Brooks Falls, Mill Creek, Glade Creek, McCreery, Sandstone Falls and Hellems Beach areas. Fish routinely harvested from the New River Gorge and surrounding waterways include largemouth bass, walleye, crappie, bluegill, carp, muskellunge, rock bass and channel catfish. Several designated catch-and-release areas are present within the New River Gorge National Park. Both half- and full-day excursions are offered.
New River Gorge Fishing Trips and Tours
P. O. Box 246
Glen Jean, WV 25846-0246
The River Expeditions Tour Company offers guided fishing, whitewater rafting, rock climbing and mountain biking tours. Anglers spend a full day on the water of the New River casting for smallmouth bass, catfish, carp and walleye. Trained guides offer advice on fishing techniques and line maintenance, as well as share the natural history of the river. A minimum of two anglers is required per expedition.
River Expeditions Tour Company
900 Broadway Ave.
Oak Hill, WV 25901
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