Flys and Guides is an independent fly fishing guide service and commercial and custom fly-tying provider. Jeremy and Lisa take pride in being a family based guide service that gears itself towards any fly-fishing anglers needs. We specialize in trips from the beginner to those with years of casting experience. The guides at Fly's and Guides provide educational and instructional information vital to your day on the water and useful information that will prove to be beneficial as one continues to grow in the sport of Fly-fishing.  Trips include Branson's Lake Taneycomo to the tailwaters of the Norfork and White River in Northern Arkansas.  Fly's and Guides continues to use only the best materials and hooks available offering the public quality flies and reasonable prices.

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Caddis Kit
Spring Time | April - June

Caddis - White River & Norfork Kit

It's that time of the year where BIG BROWN trout start looking up and eating bugs. First insect that comes off is the caddis. This fly kit comes with everything you need to get the job done. These are "staple" proven patterns that are geared towards these Arkansas fisheries. So I've kept the guess work out of the equation. Just know from my experience, if you fish deep water throw the emergers, fish shallower water, fish the dry!!

White River Kit
Kit of the Month | White River

Feature Kit - High Water "All Purpose" Kit

During this time of year this kit works everywhere, but more geared towards Arkansas's watershed. I'm always trying to fish this time of year either on Norfork, but if they are running big water I'll shift to the White River. I put a lot of thought into these kits strictly to keep the guess work to a minimum so you can spend more time catching instead of fishing.