Everyday is a Great Day For Fly Fishing!
For the Novice or Pro join John Roberts for a memorable fly fishing experience.
Get a great nights sleep before and after your fly fishing adventure while staying in Lexington, VA. John Roberts and his wife Ellen have operated the B&B for 30+ years. Enjoy a wonderful breakfast to start your day. Within walking distance of downtown Lexington.
With over 50 years of fly fishing experience in the streams of Rockbridge County, John Roberts, can provide the novice to the pro an incredible experience. A wonderful teacher, John can provide the fly fishing novice all the tools to catch the big one on thier first experience. For the pro, John can take them to some of the best streams that Virginia has to offer.
Featured Guide In Southern Trout 2018 Feb-March Issue
MAY 17, 2018 -Fishing Update - Perfect flows for catching trout now with insect presence high. Now is one of the best times to be on Virginia trout waters with very high trout activity. Openings this week and weekend.We have been taking lots of nice Rainbows in the 12-24'' range on our guided trips the past several days . The Jackson and Big Back Creek are looking great right now. Mountain headwaters with native and wild trout are in fine fish catching today. Great Caddis numbers this year sulphur, stonefly presence is increasing. Streams will be in great shape the next few weeks with lots of increasing mayfly and trout activity coming on. The Many of the public Special Reg and Delayed Harvest streams have been stocked and holding good numbers of trout. Intro Trips available now. Call or e-mail us- 800-882-1145.
MAY Overview- MAY is a top month for flyfishing for trout in Virginia. Water temps in the mid 50's to lower 60's mean high comfort and energy for the Rainbow, Brown and Brook trout . Throw in high insect prescence and ideal flows are ideal for catching them and you have the perfect time of year. Caddis, Mayfly and Stonewal patterns are super this month.Anytime you can look like a minnow this month will always work especially for the trophy trout. Blue quill, caddis larva and adult black , olive & tan caddis. are good on the native Brookie streams and larger rivers. All of the public Special reg streams and Delayed Harvest streams have good numbers of trout this month also.
Booking trips Now For Spring, Summer & Fall Trips- Lodging Available
A Day On A Virginia Trout Stream is Hard to Beat- Our Intro Trips Provide an Excellent First Step In Learning to Flyfish- Year Round