Adobe Village inn
150 Canyon Circle Drive
Sedona, Arizona, AZ 86351, United States
+1 928 2841425
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While you are on vacation in Sedona, Arizona and looking for some outdoor family activities, why not plan on doing some fishing? Yes, there is fishing in the desert! There are plenty of places to take yourself, or your family, fishing near Sedona. You can even take a guided fishing trip if you prefer, rather than striking out on your own.  Some popular places to fish are Oak Creek, Dead Horse Ranch State Park, Weir Creek and the Verde River.

Sedona Fly Fishing Adventures

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Sedona Fly Fishing Adventures If you’re looking for fishing in Sedona and Northern Arizona, look no further! Sedona Fly Fishing Adventures is the ONLY locally owned and ONLY fully licensed Fly Fishing Guide Service, by the National Forest Service and Arizona Fish and Game, for Sedona’s beautiful Oak Creek Canyon and Verde Valley. Also serving Northern Arizona, Chevelon Creek, and Silver Creek in the White Mountains. Enjoy a Red Rock filled adventure as you team up for great fishing and stories to tell the grand kids! Reserve your spot today, Book it and Hook it!

Sedona's rainbow Trout Farm

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Sedona's Rainbow Trout Farm   is located in Oak Creek Canyon. It truly is one of the most magnificient views in the world. There is no "catch and release" allowed. You keep and pay for every trout you catch and pay by it's total length. They clean you're trout for 50 cents each. They'll put them on ice or you can barbecue them here. Propane barbecues are available for your use.

Sedona Red Rock Trout Adventures

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Sedona Red Rock Trout Adventures Do you want to fly fish in one of the most gorgeous locations in the world? Then this is your trip! The Sedona area was recently voted “the most beautiful area in America” by USA Today, and we’d have to agree. Stunning red buttes and monoliths, lush forests, deep canyon gorges, and views that take your breath away, all surround this magnificent landscape. Combine that with some great trout water, and you have one of Arizona’s most spectacular fly fishing settings!