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Guide Trip Reservation Policy - 

All reservations require a valid credit card number at time of booking.

For reservations made within 48 hours of requested trip date, please call the fly shop at 888-861-0111 to book.  Note that all reservations made within 48 hours will be requited to pay for the trip in FULL at time of reservation.

Once you have submitted your request to book a trip, one of our employees will contact you to comfirm your reservation. If you need immediate assistance booking a trip, please call the shop at 888-861-0111. 

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Let's Go Fishing!

Our area has hundreds of miles of streams and rivers to explore, giving DRO's guides a large canvas on which to create your fishing adventure. Whether you are looking for a two-hour introduction to fly fishing for trout or a full-day float trip in the hunt for Musky, we've got the perfect guided fishing experience for you.

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Located in Pisgah Forest, N.C., with the legendary Davidson River right out our back door, DRO carries a full line of fly fishing gear and apparel, as well as a wide range of fly tying materials and tools. Advice is always free, and we love pointing anglers in the right direction.

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