wife, Christine and I went with Al to Missoula and had 4 of
the best days fishing we've ever had, on 3 very different
rivers. It was all dry fly, to loads of big fish, especially
in that magic time before sundown. A fabulous trip. Even the
lunches are great! Chris and i also went for our third trip to
Andros with Al. What a difference his guides made. Amazing
vision for the fish, great teachers, and great guys. Caught
plenty of bones, a barracuda and a shark. Had a ball!"
and Christine Fielding, New York City, NY.
YOU LIKE FISHING DRY FLIES TO BIG RISING FISH WITH TOP
NOTCH GUIDES ON THE MOST CONSISTENT AND PROLIFIC RIVERS IN
AMERICA, YOU'LL WANT TO TRAVEL WITH AL CAUCCI - BEING ABLE TO
DRAW ON AL'S DEEP RESERVOIR OF EXPERIENCE HAS MADE ME A BETTER
May, New York City, NY.
Al: I've been thinking about why I choose to join your
fly fishing trips. Most of all, your guides find plenty
of nice sized trout to shoot for. Almost always they are
rising fish, and we all prefer catching trout on dry flies to
any other technique. Also, when I spring for a trip to
Montana I want to spend my whole time fishing. Your
guides help me fish non-stop and I like that. Finally,
during those few moments each day when we are eating, drinking
a beer or just putting our feet up, the companions that also
join your trips are very good company. You choose your
customers well. If you can continue to put together
trips with all those characteristics, then I want to be
Weiland, Princeton, NJ
Caucci is the most single-minded dry fly addict I have ever
met, also the most knowledgable.
year on the Delaware River his precise analysis of hatches and
currents helped me to hook and land brown trout in excess of
23 inches. Then, on the Missouri, we had a two day stretch of
dry fly fishing--pure 'head hunting'--that I have only dreamed
thirty five years of flyfishing (and writing about it), I have
never come across someone who knows exactly how he wants to
fish and how to fish the best places at the best times. It was
truly, the trip of a lifetime. Of course, you still have to
catch the fish yourself!"
flyfishing author and Outdoors columnist, The New York