Author John Gierach called one of his fly fishing books Another Lousy Day in Paradise, and that same paradise is what we think we have to offer.
About a decade ago, three fishing buddies bought a swampy, half-mile cow pasture bottom with potential. It was mostly infested with Multiflora rose bushes, but it had a trout stream running through it that one of the buddies used to sneak into as a boy to fish. Since the purchase, we have reclaimed the land, installed nearly thirty stream habitat improvement structures, and developed four trout ponds and additional wetland. We also moved and restored a beautiful Appalachian settler’s log cabin.
Now, we are making our little piece of paradise available on a limited basis to other fly fishermen/women who appreciate the privacy and seclusion of what we have here in the “birthplace of rivers” of Pocahontas County, West Virginia.