SPIN FISHING TRIP INCLUDES:

  • 8 Hours Maximum
  • Picnic style lunch (we take special requests)
  • Boat and Gas
  • Rods and Reels
  • Lures and leaders
  • Life Jackets
  • Rain Gear
  • Snacks, bottled water & soda
  • Waders (several pair are available on loan)

YOU MAY BRING:

  • Light to Medium Weight Spinning Rod
  • Line - 6 or 8 pound quality line
  • Polarized Sun Glasses
  • Waders
  • Hat
  • Arizona Fishing License (Trout Stamped)

TRIP RATES:

  • Full Day (8 hours): $400.00

    Price includes up to 5 persons. We will combine individuals into one group upon request and where scheduling permits.

    A deposit of $175.00 is required to reserve a date. You must give 24 hours cancellation notice for a full refund. If we must cancel due to bad weather or unforseen problems, you will receive a full refund. With us, you can catch the same fish as me, here. Our team will prepare everything you need for you.

Enjoy Rainbow Trout Fishing and Spectacular Scenery at Beautiful Lee's Ferry on the Colorado River!!!

Lee's Ferry is one of the most beautiful and productive stretches of trout fishing anywhere on earth. Come fish at the top of the Grand canyon, where clear blue water runs between magnificent red

sandstone walls. Couple this setting with a world class trophy trout fishery and you know why Lee's Ferry is at the top of the list for fishermen from all over the United States.

Your guide, Ray Young, has fished these waters for over twenty years. He has the experience to make your trip a safe, productive, and memorable experience. The charter service features quality equipment and unsurpassed teaching skill that will guarantee you'll have a great day fishing on the Colorado River. Ray is a past Tennis Pro and the current owner of Lake Powell Racquet & Health Club in nearby Page, Arizona. Coaching has been his life, whether on the court or on the water.

Captain Ray Young
P.O. Box 2262
Page, AZ 86040
(928) 645-5505

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