One-stop site for all Arkansas Ozarks White & Norfork River
Fly Fishing Guides and Info
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ACOE Recorded River
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Blue Ribbon Guides is a group of dedicated river savvy guides that have been involved in the guide business for a number of years. We provide a high level of service and quality angling experience that the fly fishing public has come to expect. We are dedicated to providing the fly fishing community with one stop for guides and information. We look forward to assisting you with your next great fly fishing adventure. Our guides are licensed and insured as well as CPR and First Aid trained.
(All of our guides are licensed and insured)
Full Day Trip (2 people)........................$400
(3 people $75 additional)
-Includes full lunch and beverages
Half Day Trip.......................................$300
No Hidden Fees!
These rates do not include Arkansas
Fishing License and Trout Stamp
There are links to weather, water conditions, generation prediction and Arkansas fishing license procurement We post our weekly fishing report. Take a moment to check it out. It features in-depth information on weather, water releases, wading conditions, fishing conditions on all of our local streams, fly suggestions and detailed information on hot spots and effective techniques. This is not marketing fluff. It is hard-core knowledge developed by our guides from experience on stream.
Of course, we invite you to book a trip. We have over four decades of combined experience on our local waters and we live to fish. We can supply all of the fishing gear you need and can supply waders and boots for most anglers, all at no additional charge. If you want the ultimate fly fishing experience on the White or Norfork River, contact us. We look forward to assisting you!
Remember to use extreme caution when fishing our rivers. Water levels can rise rapidly and unexpectedly at times. Keep a close eye on a stationary object such as a tree or rock in the river to monitor river levels.