If you want a truly primitive fishing trip experience, a smallmouth float trip down the Buffalo is hard to beat. The Buffalo was America's first National River and is similar to a National Park. You will see very few buildings, but there is plentiful wildlife, rugged limestone bluffs, and a peaceful quiet found only truly remote areas. We provide all camping equipment and three hot meals daily.
Overnight float trips can be from one to six nights. We have a minimum requirement of two days, one night for any trip. We cannot outfit a one day overnight trip. There is always one less night out than the number of days. The first day lunch and dinner are served, the last day breakfast and lunch are served. Three hot meals are served on all other days. We serve fresh meat for all meals - steaks at night, pork chops or chicken at lunch, sausage or bacon at breakfast. All meals prepared at camp are served hot.
We outfit 2 fishermen per boat. If the odd man wishes to go in a boat with a guide, he will be charged the same as 2 fishermen in the boat. The odd person can go in one of the other boats making 3 persons and the guide in the boat. In this case the regular rate per person would apply. But we do not advise three persons plus the guide in a boat.
Due to the perishable foods used on camping trips reservations are a must. On all types of trips that we outfit, full credit will be given for all unopened or unused bait and tackle returned in good condition. Our guides and cooks are independent contractors and will be your employee. We are retained as the booking and collection agents for them. We require a deposit on all trips to cover perishable foods and guide wages. In case of cancellation your deposit will be refunded if we are notified 14 calendar days in advance. Pick-up service from your motel, airport, etc. is available.