IF finding a river less travelled is more important than trophies, the experience better than on-river selfies, join our Buffalo River Wilderness drift boat camping floats for Spring 2017.
We have just 3 seats available on our spring voyages down the wild, lower 27 miles of the Buffalo River in May and June: no roads, no phones, no people; simply the flow of river, your companions and the native Ozark smallmouth bass. The available dates are May 22-23-24-25, fishing the 23-24-25.
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 winding through the isolated and road-less Lower Buffalo Wilderness, or day floats on the middle reaches.
Gray’s Sporting Journal carries a photo essay on a float on the Buffalo with our team in May 2015 through the masterful lens of outdoor photographer Tosh Brown. You can read Tosh’s thoughts on the Buffalo on his blog here.
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