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 Fishing

One of Dogwood Canyon’s greatest appeals is the sparkling, spring-fed water that is home to our magnificent rainbow trout. There is no place better suited to introduce a young person to fishing than the streams of Dogwood Canyon. Our new Dogwood Canyon Fly Fishing Academy offers professional guides for kids’ fishing clinics, multi-day fly fishing schools, fly casting clinics and catch and release fishing. Hourly self-guided catch and release or catch and keep fishing and family fishing trips are also available. From the novice to the more experienced, there’s nothing like the thrill of hooking a Rainbow Trout. No license or trout stamp is required. Tackle and rental rods are available.

Self-Guided Catch and Release on Little Indian Creek: 

  • Adult: $15 per hour
  • Child (Ages 4-11): $10 per hour
Pricing in addition to Park Admission Fee

Self-Guided Catch and Keep on Little Indian Creek:

  • Adult: $15 per hour
  • Child (Ages 4-11): $10 per hour
  • Price per pound: $5.25
    (All fish caught must be kept (fish cleaning station is available)
Pricing in addition to Park Admission Fee

Rod Rental:

  • Spinning Rod: $6
  • Fly Rod: $10
Pricing in addition to Park Admission Fee

All New Fly Fishing Academy:

Guided Fishing

  • Half-Day on Dogwood Creek – Available daily by reservation only
  • $250 per person (ages 12 & older) | Includes Park Admission
  • Catch and release only
  • Includes guide and gear

Fly Fishing School

 

  • Two Day School - $475 per person (ages 12 & older) | Includes Park Admission
  • One Day School - $275 per person (ages 12 & older) | Includes Park Admission

Fly Casting Clinic:

  • $75 per person (ages 12 & older)
  • Available daily by reservation only
  • Gear included
Pricing in addition to Park Admission Fee

 Please call 1.800.225.6343 for prices and offerings.
Prices subject to change.  


 

 

The first parcels of the property were acquired in 1990 by Johnny Morris, founder/CEO of Bass Pro Shops. The park is owned and managed by the Dogwood Canyon Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the canyon’s natural plant and wildlife environment. The Foundation promotes environmental conservation by maintaining the park and providing the public with an unspoiled setting for exploration and the enjoyment of various outdoor activities.


The purposes of the Dogwood Canyon Foundation are to promote natural conservation, and to protect the natural environment and its wildlife and plant life by acquiring and maintaining ecologically significant, undeveloped land to benefit the general public. To achieve its purpose, the Foundation owns, operates and maintains Dogwood Canyon Nature Park.