Frequently Asked Questions

Reservations and Cancellations:

Reservations should be made as soon as possible due to getting out guides equipment and mouthwatering meals ready for your WV adventure. A $100 deposit for each boat is due to secure your date. Last minute reservations will be accepted if space allows.

What to bring:

Two medium action rod and reels with 8-10 pound test line, and your favorite tackle. Proper weather gear including sun block, rain gear, and synthetic clothing. Waders are not neccesary!

Overnights:

Tents, tarps, and chairs are included on overnight trips. Please come prepared with a sleeping bag and a comfortable change of clothing.

Bait Selection:

The most commonly used artificial baits are tubes, jigs, spinners, and Rappala crayfish and minnows.

Fishing and Hunting Licenses:

Applicable West Virginia fishing licenses are required for all guided fishing trips. We will let you know the licenses you will need at the time of booking.

Licenses:

Get your licenses by following the links below:

or call the West Virginia DNR 1-304-558-2758 (accepts MasterCard, Visa, and most major credit cards)

Fish and Hunt West Virginia

Freelance Fishing and Guide Service

119 Butler Street
Oak Hill, WV 25901
(304)469-3272

fish with Robert Seay