] Clearwater Lodge - Guided Fishing

Clearwater Lodge Guided Fishing

Guided fishing is a wise investment in both immediate satisfaction and in long-term skill building and success. Clearwater guides can focus on a particular fishery, on mastering specific skills, or just having a fun fishing day. In the course of that day, you may walk, wade, fish from a pram, a drift boat or our bass boat. You may fish dry flies on the PhD Flats of Hat Creek, go deep in the Pit River canyon for huge rainbows, cruise the crystal clear flats of Ajumawi Lava Springs State Park, or stalk small wild rainbow in the spring-fed flows of Burney or Lost Creek. Visit our Home Waters page to read about our guide destinations.
Full days start at 8am and end in time to return to the Lodge to relax and enjoy an adult beverage before dinner at 6:30. Excellent lunches and soft drinks are included. Morning half days start at 8am and end in the early afternoon. Afternoon half days start after lunch and end before the dinner hour. Included in a guide trip is all equipment, including waders, boots, rods and reels plus flies and terminal tackle if needed.


Trip Type 1 or 2 anglers 3 anglers*
Full Day $550 $700
Half Day $450 $550
Evening Hex Session $175 N/A
*Note: Fisheries that we access via boats can only accommodate 2 anglers at a time
“This business operates under special use permit with the Shasta-Trinity National Forest
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.”

“This institution is an equal opportunity provider and operates under Special Use Permit on the Lassen and Shasta-Trinity National Forest.”

"You have created such a welcoming "home away from home." Every detail was appreciated and every kindness made me grateful. Our guide was knowledgeable and gentlemanly teacher with a positive attitude and respect for nature."

Marsha Malis

"We had a great time. You have an uncanny eye for the little amenities that make a stay so appealing. You genuinely care that your guests have the best possible experience."

Douglas Higgins

"What a beautiful experience you allowed us to have for the 3 days we spent at the Lodge. We hope to be back soon."

Joanne & Nunzio Alioto

"Clearwater Lodge is a piece of paradise! Very enjoyable and the fishing was great. I'll be back."

Jane Lyons Conover

"I am glad I learned how to fly fish. I learned from the best guides, Mike & John"


"We had a wonderful time staying at the Lodge and learning the art of fly fishing. You have created a new generation of anglers in our family and we hope to return to learn more."

Pat Caskey