Our Fly Fishing Rates & Packages
Come experience the adventure of fly fishing northern California's McCloud and Upper Sacramento Rivers, world famous for their legendary trout. Rick offers guided fly fishing trips, packages, lessons, fall and winter steelhead fishing, and winter trout fly fishing on the Upper Sacramento River. All near Mt. Shasta, McCloud, and Dunsmuir, California.
McCloud Fly Fishing Adventures and Rick Cox offer you a variety of packages and possibilities for your enjoyment. They include full day, half day and evening outings geared toward the client's experience level and the river that's fishing the best.
For those interested in lodging, meals and fishing, the popular River Inn and McCloud Hotel packages are recommended (see www.riverinn.com and www.mccloudhotel.com for information on these historic inns). For other For other local accommodations, the following are recommended:
All trips include transportation and terminal gear necessary for your time on the river ... leader, tippet, flies, indicator and split shot. Full day trips are generally 8-10 hours in length and include beverage and an unforgettable lunch.
All outings are "walk and wade." To enjoy your day to the fullest, your equipment requirements are 4, 5 or 6 weight rods and reels with floating line; boots and waders; ample layering of clothing particularly during early and late season; a wading staff and your fishing license.
Rick is fully insured, licensed, bonded, first aid and CPR trained and is permitted by the U.S. Forest Service to guide in the Shasta Trinity, Lassen National Forests and Klamath National Forest.
|Trout Packages||1 person||2 persons|
|McCloud River Inn & McCloud Hotel
(lodging, full day fishing & meals)
|Call for rates||Call for rates|
|Full Day (8-10 hours)||$450||$450|
|Half Day (4-5 hours)||$325||$325|
|Evening Frenzy (3 hours)||$225||$225|
|Fall and winter walk & wade steelhead rates and packages starting at $450, please inquire.|
"Rick - Fished some pocket water today. On the Malleo River in Argentina. Remembered to let the dropper swing
at the end of the cast, as you suggest. Caught my biggest fish that way." - Frank