French Broad River
Fish for musky in Asheville on the third oldest river in the world with a professional guide. The French Broad runs through Brevard, Asheville, Marshall and finally into Tennessee. With an unlimited amount of musky fishing sections, the French Broad River is the most popular river in North Carolina to target the elusive fish.
Our guides’ most popular fishing destination in WNC is in the town of Brevard, Arden and Asheville. With deep pools, wide channels and plenty of cover, musky have miles of river to travel.
Best Times To Fish
The most popular time to fish for musky is from early January through the end of July. During the month of January musky can be found roaming shoals and flats, preparing for their prespawn patterns in March and April.
March and April can present anglers with some of the most aggressive fish being caught on topwater and or subsurface streamers/baits.
May through July, musky are still feeding regularly and can be found in deeper channels and will feed on slower moving baits and big streamers.
All of our guided musky trips and smallmouth trips come equipped with a top of the line drift boat and include all fishing equipment including rods, reels, fly rods, waders, boots, tackle, flies, leaders and more. Our guided fishing trips also include lunch and beverages on full-days.
Contact us to learn more about our guided musky fishing trips in Asheville, NC.