Spring Western North Carolina Trout Extravaganza

Date(s) - 03/09/2022 - 03/13/2022
All Day

Red Bridge Lodge


The most famous trip in NKFF’s arsenal of trips.  If you miss this one, you miss a lot.  The cost of the trip will be in the $200-$250 range depending on how many people go.

We’ll stay at the Red Bridge Lodge in Hot Springs, North Carolina…..with one of the finest trout streams in the area right in the backyard.  We’ll fish the many delayed harvest streams in and around Hot Springs and venture wherever else you might like to go.  There is no schedule, just fish whenever, wherever  and however long you like.

We will work with everyone to find carpooling opportunities.

For first timers and newbies there will be plenty of experienced fly fishers to help you navigate the territory and techniques.

Questions?  Contact Josh Lillard HERE.

Please note, your reservation is not complete, and your spot is not confirmed until the required trip deposit or meeting registration fee (if any) is paid in full.

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Member Registration

Registration are closed for this event.

  • Don Lambert
  • Tom Tveten
  • Ronald Kornrumpf
  • Jack Randall
  • Kevin Cottrell
  • Bill Cook
  • Don Becher
  • Mark LeSuer
  • Tom Gier
  • Chris VanDyke
  • Walter Weller
  • Joshua Rust
  • Jeremy Zimmerman
  • Neil PARNES
  • Andrew Shurts
  • William Mihaly
  • Randy Arrowood


  1. I’m excited to go on this trip and I’m looking to practice some fly tying this winter! Does anyone familiar with this trip have any suggestions for patterns that I should try to tie? Have a little experience at the vise (some simple panfish flies and a few ugly wooly buggers and Clouser minnows) but not much, so simple and medium patterns would be best! Thanks – Jeremy

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