Our destinations include Mexico, Bahamas, Cattaraugus creek, Catskills, Alaska
Happy New Year!
Winter fishing on the tribs is normally very good, and this year with the # of fish in our streams, it should be outstanding. We can easily handle last minute trips at this time of year, so if you see mild weather in the forecast, give me a call. Starting the day in the late morning and fishing thru the afternoon is best, giving the water a chance to warm up. It is peaceful to be out in the winter, as very few people are around. And if you get cold, we can always build a stream-side fire, we can share some hot chocolate and talk about fishing.
Steelhead & Bass Camps (May 4-7, 2018) 1 spot remains
Learn to use a spey or switch rod for steelhead & smallmouth bass on Cattaraugus Creek. Head instructor/guide is Nick Pionessa
Come fish the Catt & other area tribuatries with CCO for spring steelhead, and some early running smallmouth bass as a bonus! Single hand & two handed enthusiasts welcome!
We have made some changes to the format of our camp. The guide ratio will be 1 guide for every 2 anglers, unlike the old ratio of 1 guide for 3 anglers. Also, the camps will include dinners on the two days of guided fishing, as well as all breakfasts and lunches on the guided days.
The camp includes 3 nights lodging at our cabins on Cattaraugus creek, 2 days of guided fishing, all breakfasts*, 2 dinners and lunches on the guided days. Use of rods/reels, & flies, leaders and tippet also included.
Cost of the camp is $995 pp.*
*the camp is contingent upon having 2 or 4 anglers
*breakfast food will be stocked at the cabin and guests help themselves each am
To reserve a spot requires a deposit of $200 per person. You can make checks payable to Cattaraugus Creek Outfitters. The balance is due at the end of your trip.
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We've had great trips to Alaska the last 3 years & we're going back July 7-14, 2018!
Join us next summer for a once in a lifetime adventure to the wilds of Alaska for chinook, sockeye, pink, & chum salmon, mousing for rainbows & dolly varden, and grayling!! July 7-14, 2018.