Buffalo River Camping Floats 2016

JOIN Dally’s Ozark Fly Fisher guides for 3 days on the most pristine smallmouth water in the Ozarks: the Lower Buffalo River Wilderness.

Established as a National Park and our first National River in 1972, the Buffalo is undeniably one of the Ozarks’ and the US’ most treasured natural resources.

We are excited to offer a limited schedule of 3 day professionally guided drift boat fly fishing camping tours of the Buffalo River’s lower 25 miles (May and June 2016) wind-ing through the isolated and road-less Lower Buffalo Wilderness, or day floats on the middle reaches.

This is a rare opportunity for the fly fisher to experience the Ozark wilderness: soaring limestone bluffs, green valleys, birdsong, and the unhurried pace of the river: native smallmouth are the primary target, you may also encounter river largemouth, abundant panfish and perhaps a prehistoric gar.

Our guides will float you safely down the river and show you the best water and techniques all from the stable and spacious platform of a drift boat. This is a chance to enjoy Arkansas’ most beloved river the way it’s meant to be enjoyed – in comfort and in no hurry.

The camping trips include 4 nights accommodation (2 nights Rim Shoals, 2 nights on the river); 3 days drift boat guiding; meals and soft drinks; vehicle shuttles

Camping Trips: $2000 per person

  • May  23-24-25-26
  • June 13-14-15-16
  • June 6-7-8-9

Day Floats: $450 for 1 or 2 people. Talk to our team to ensure river levels & fishing conditions are appropriate to float.

870 435 6166