Trout anglers can experience good-to-great fishing now through November in North Carolina’s high country, according to a Bryson City guide. “Fishing’s really good right now,” said Gene Shuler, owner of Fly Fishing the Smokies Guide Service (828-488-7665). “The Little Sallie (stonefly) hatch is excellent in Great Smoky Mountains National Park streams.” >> Read Complete
Information about fishing in the Great Smoky Mountains.
Below is a short interview with the Smoky Mountain Angler, a fly fishing service based in Gatlinburg, TN. If you’re looking to give fly fishing a try during your next trip to the Smokies be sure and give them a call… 1) Can you give everyone a brief background on your business and
Every stream in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is open to fishing for the first time since 1934. Different streams have been unavailable to the public on and off since the park opened in 1934, and a recent reopening of 8.5 miles of Lynn Camp Prong was the last to be closed. The prong
The Great Smokies is a very popular destination for fishermen of all ages. Flyfishing is especially popular in the over 2,100 miles of streams within the boundaries of the Smoky Mountains. In fact, the Smokies protects one of the last wild trout habitats in the eastern United States. But fishing in the Smokies isn’t limited
WBIR-TV – Knoxville Troutfest 2010 attracted lots of tourists to Townsend and netted tens of thousands of dollars this weekend for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. “We doubled the number of vendors compared to last year’s Troutfest,” said Byron Begley, chairman of Troutfest 2010. “We don’t have all the numbers in right now, but