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!


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.


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

fish with Robert Seay