• Foundational
    Skills

  • Fly Line
    Control

  • Fundamental
    Casting

Fly Fishing in Sedona

Welcome to Our Fly Fishing Program

Immerse yourself in the art of fly fishing at the Sedona Rainbow Trout Farm. Designed for beginners and intermediates alike, our program blends hands-on instruction with essential fly fishing knowledge.

Nestled just above Oak Creek, our sessions unfold in the trout farm's tailwater system. This controlled environment is perfect for both novice and intermediate anglers, offering a predictable yet natural setting for learning. Our commitment to sustainable practices ensures a thriving habitat, blending education with ecological responsibility.

One-on-One Instruction

Fly Fishing 1

Catch and Release

We emphasize the stewardship of our environment. Learn the principles of barbless catch and release fly fishing, a practice crucial for maintaining the health and sustainability of our trout population.

Fly Fishing 2

Introduction to Entomology

Gain a foundational understanding of what trout eat. We demystify aquatic insects, their life cycles, and their influence on trout behavior. This knowledge is essential for selecting effective fly patterns.

Fly Fishing 3

Informational Focus

We break down the complexities of fly fishing into enjoyable, understandable lessons. Our approach is designed to be engaging and accessible to all.

Sedona Mountains

Session Details

  • Group Size:

    Maximum of four persons per session

  • Duration and Cost:

    $50 per hour, per person. Minimum of 2 hours, with an optional third hour.

  • Scheduling:

    Sessions are available 7 days a week beginning at 9 AM and 1 PM daily.

  • Comprehensive Learning:

    Covering casting, entomology, fly selection, and catch and release practices.

Meet Your Guide

Fly Fishing Guide - Square Crop

A Kansas native, Chase started his fly fishing journey at 15. After targeting carp along the marsh flats and largemouth in ponds and streams, he quickly knew his hunger for technical skills and knowledge would be life-long. It wasn't many years before Chase took interest in fly tying to target specific species. This undoubtedly lit the fire for his current interest in entomology, the study of aquatic insects.

Seeking more species to add to his repertoire, Chase spent time hunting trout in Colorado, and after moving to Phoenix, he spent many days along the Salt River where he was able to catch his favorite species all in one place. Today you can find him along Oak Creek, exploring Northern Arizona, or day-dreaming of catching tarpon in the Keys.

Being a GORP Guide, Chase focuses on education, casting instruction and informational guiding practices. Providing not only an experience, but also leaving you with skills that can be continually honed.

Fly Fishing Guide

Are you ready to go Fly Fishing in Sedona?

Whether you're taking your first steps into fly fishing or seeking to refine your skills, our program at Sedona Rainbow Trout Farm offers an ideal setting. Engage with the sport in a way that is informative, enjoyable, and in harmony with nature. We're here to guide you through every cast!

To secure your booking, a $50 deposit per person is required. You will receive a link via email following your booking confirmation to submit this payment. Cancellations made more than 72 hours before your scheduled appointment are fully refundable. Deposits for cancellations made within 72 hours of the appointment are non-refundable.

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