BASS FISHING CHARTERSCatch Small & Large Mouth Bass with Captain Ty Mooney
Captain Ty Mooney provides up-to-date knowledge on the latest light tackle fishing gear, techniques
and locations for small and large mouth bass within the French Broad River Valley, and beyond.
We have one collective goal at Headwaters Outfitters: Have every customer and client leave with a smile and memory to go home with.
Mooney’s Top 3 Favorite Baits for WNC BIG BASS:
Green Pumpkin Jig
All Our Bass Fishing Trips Are Suited For:
Beginner, Intermediate and Expert Fly Fishermen and Woman who want to use light tackle gear. Children ages 6+ years are welcome!
Target Trout Species:
Small Mouth Bass, Large Mouth Bass, Spotted Bass, Striper Bass (Season Depending),
- Black bass (largemouth, smallmouth and spotted)
- Crappie (white and black)
- Redbreast sunfish (robin)
If fly fishing isn’t for you and you’d like to use light tackle gear and catch species of bass, we’re happy to be able to provide our very own bass fishing guide, Captain Ty Mooney.
Enjoy a half or full day on Western North Carolina lakes and rivers through out Brevard, Cashiers, Lake Toxaway, Glenville, Lake James, Lake Keowee, Lake Jocassee, and Lake Hartwell. We do provide trips to private lakes if the client has prior permissions.
All gear will be provided, but are welcome to bring your own. During full-day trips, clients will be provided a picnic style lunch, snacks and waters/beverages.
Brevard, Cashiers, Lake Toxaway, Glenville, Lake James, Lake Keowee, Lake Jocassee, and Lake Hartwell.
Headwaters Outfitters’ Bass Fishing Charter Rates Include:
- A licensed, knowledgeable fishing guide who can assist you with casting, locating fish, and whatever questions you may have.
- Transportation from Headwaters’ shop to and from the stream(s) you will be fishing
- Fishing equipment- including Rods, Reels, Lures
- Full Day Trips include: Picnic Lunch including Water and Sodas.
Rates Do Not Include
A North Carolina Fishing License (you can purchase both ahead of time by visiting NCwildlife.org)
Keys To A Comfortable Trip:
Dressing appropriately for the weather!
We recommend wearing quick dry clothing , including a wind-proof jacket while the boat is driving. Wear fleece or polyester layers during colder months, and bring a good rain jacket no matter the forecast.
Hat, Sunscreen, Lip Balm, Camera, Insect Repellent, and a change of clothes, socks just in case.
Camouflage: Try to avoid brightly colored shirts and hats that may spook the fish. Earth tones are better.
Headwaters Outfitters Operates under permit by the Pisgah National Forest
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