Escatawba Farms has always been a premium destination for us, and for good reason. The Farm is an equisitely manicured, well-maintained fly fishing haven with an abundance of heavy rainbow, brook, and brown trout. Located in Alleghany County, Virginia, Escatawba is situated on Dunlap Creek, a spring-fed stream that runs between wooded mountainsides and fenced pastures. Its the perfect balance of superb angling and picturesque scenery that keeps calling you back, time after time. For novice anglers and seasoned experts alike, Escatawba boasts a beautiful one and a half acre spring fed lake; in addition to the nearly two and a half mile stretch of water you'd swear was Montana. And, with three ponds teeming with huge trout where you can try out your technique or watch them laugh at you from the comforts of the underbrush, there's something for everyone, at every skill level.
With only 8 rods permitted on the property per day, you'll have no trouble spending a little extra time matching that perfect fly. Most outings are spent catching fish and seeing no one. We will take up to 6 anglers per trip. While on each trip we will usually "highlight" a particular method or technique, it could be said we'll use many methods during the day to catch fish. The point is to catch fish but also to give our guests something to learn that they can take back to their home waters and catch fish.
Trip Rate is $295.00 per angler , and includes guided fishing, flies, and stream access fee. Transportation. Lodging, license, and gratuity not included. As of March 1, we have 4 spaces open.