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Small Stream Guided Fly Fishing Trip

Small Stream guided trips

Big Adventures for Small Trout

Big Adventures for Small Trout

Fly fishing should be fun, simple, and offer the angler some solitude. Feeling the water of a cool mountain stream rushing over your feet and legs on a hot day is good medicine. For most of us, recreational time is precious and we want our day off work to be the best it can be.

These fisheries are all about hiking the wild and fishing to small trout in beautiful places. On occasion we bump into 14" fish but most fish will be 6-12" and voracious. It is a very good trip for beginners and a great way to get coaching on how to properly wade fish.

Most our creek trips are "guide's choice". Our staff all has their favorite small streams around the valley and will take you where they think is going to be the best possible experience for you or your family. We guide streams in both the Kittitas and Naches watersheds which is composed of over a dozen local streams.

Cost & Trip Details

Cost & Trip Details

  • Mountain Creek Trip 4 Hours Fishing: $425 per guide (1-2 anglers per guide)
  • Third Angler Add-on $75

Trip Includes:

  • Flies, leaders, tippet.
  • Non-alcholic Drinks
  • Boxed Lunch can be added for addition charge

What do I need to bring on a creek fishing trip?

You don't have a bunch of fancy gear to do this trip, but you will need good outdoor summertime clothing. Quick dry pants, preferably anglers have wading boots with neoprene socks, long sleeved shirts, sunglasses, hat, and a hip pack or small backpack are the bare essentials. Kids can get away with old sneakers and good socks.

We like 2-3 weight rods that are 7'6" long or even shorter. It makes the casting easier, more effective, and it is much better for hooking fish than something heavier. You can use a 5 weight but you won't have half the fun.

"Central Washington has beautiful small streams with gorgeous Cutthroat, Rainbow, and Brook Trout willing to eat dry flies."  

- Jason H, - Ellensburg, WA

The Red's Fly Shop Guide Team

The Red's Fly Shop Guide Team

We are unapologetic about proclaiming the prowess and professionalism of our fly shop staff and guides. Between our shop staff and subcontractor guides we have approximately 30 team members. Their blend of ambition, competitiveness, kindness, fishing skill, work ethic, and patience are like no crew we've ever seen. Our staff is the ultimate team. This means teaching each other, sharing secret fly patterns, insider fishing reports, and helping our other guides on the river get into more fish.  

Red's has been at this for a long time and putting together a franchise like this was no accident. We look for talent, character, unique skills, and a strong sense of "customer first" attitude. We're here to serve the customer. That's our mission.

Deposit and Cancellation Policy

Deposit and Cancellation Policy

Cancellations made by the customer less than 72 hours from the start time, will forfeit 50% of the total cost. If you cancel more than 72 hours from the start time, you may reschedule or request a refund minus 5%. Cancellations within 24 hours or failure to show will forfeit 100% of the trip cost. If Red's decides to cancel the event due to adverse conditions the customer may request a full refund.



A small percentage of our trips take place on USFS property, we've been asked to share this information with our potential customers.

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