Dates: May 19 – 21, 2021

Location: Greensburg, KY

NOTE: This trip may be cancelled or rescheduled due to COVID-19 restrictions/concerns or expected unfishable water conditions. Should that happen, everyone who signed up will be notified as soon as the decision is made.

The club has reserved 5 cabins for the nights of May 19, 20 & 21 which can accommodate up to 12 people. We’ve also reserved the two RV hook up spots.

This is a float trip since bank and wade fishing are extremely limited. We’ll be targeting smallmouth bass, but other species are abundant. Watercraft will be limited to kayaks, canoes and the like as sections of the river are shallow and some portaging may be required. Rental kayaks and canoes are available, click here for more info. Personal Floatation Devices (PFDs) are required, so if you’re bringing your own watercraft be sure to bring a PFD. There are several floats available ranging from 2 to 8 hours. We’ll work out launch and take out access points and shuttles on a day-by-day basis.

Lodging: There are three types of cabins plus two RV Hook Up Sites:

Payment due to trip coordinator on arrival.

Cabins #1, 2 & 3 – accommodates 2 (bunkbed) people each, $40 per person per night (total $120 for three nights), we have three of these cabins, more info here.

Cabin #4 – accommodates 2 people, $45 per person per night (total $135 for three nights.) This cabin is a little bigger than 1, 2 & 3, it has a double bed and a sofa bed. Click here for more information.

Cabin #5 – accommodates up to 4 (bunk beds), $20 per person per night (total $60 for three nights), more info here. This cabin is designed for 6, but we’re limiting to 4 since it’s a bit tight for 6.

RV Hook Up – We’ve reserved the two available sites. Cost is $20 per night per site (total $60 for three nights.) Click here for more information.

This is a Level 2+ trip as you must be able to handle a canoe, kayak, etc., in moving water and fly fish from it. Opportunities for fly fishing instruction will be limited. Some short portages will be likely depending on water conditions.

Meals: The cabins have limited kitchen facilities (small refrigerators and microwaves) and outdoor grills. The campgrounds are in the heart of Greensburg so there are several eateries nearby. You’ll be on your own for breakfast and lunch. Depending on the desires and willingness of participants we can prepare a shared evening meal, organize an outing to a local restaurant or, explore the culinary offerings of Greensburg individually.

Sign Up: You must be a current DCFF member to sign up for this trip. Click here to sign up.