Great Smoky Mountains Fishing Report July 14th

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Great Smoky Mountains Fishing Report July 14th

Summer always has those days near a Full Moon that seem to just fish very well. Typically those who are fishing after dark will reap these benefits for a few hours each night close to a full moon. However, often times a larger trout will eat during the day light hours and will surprise many anglers. Seems each year several of our guests will hook into a beast of a Brown trout during a sunny day in July and it just absolutely catches you off gaurd! There’s no rhyme or reason for it, the old mantra is big Browns dine at dusk. So when you get into one on a blue bird sky in the heat of July… well there’s no other way to put it other than holy crap!

Great Smoky Mountains Fishing Report July 14th

The fly fishing action around the Great Smoky Mountains has been fantastic this week! We’re seeing tons of dry fly activity from early morning until late evening inside the park. There’s nothing like having a wild trout smash dry flies!

The weather this week has been very warm. Afternoon highs in Gatlinburg and Bryson City have reaching into the upper 80’s. We are still seeing plenty of afternoon showers which help keep the mountain streams good and cool. This year has been great for rain thankfully. Last summer we experienced a drought, however that hasn’t been the case this year. Stream temperatures and water levels have been near perfect!

This time of year there is no bad start time for a fly fishing trip in the Smoky Mountains. Trout are active all day long and you’ll see plenty of action no what time you head out to fish. Thick forest shades the streams from the summer heat and heading into higher elevations means much cooler tempratures and happier trout.

 

Did you know!?

During the Summer a trout in the Smokies will completely digest its entire stomach contents in two hours, (or less if you’re a Brook trout!) Its true!

What that means for the fly fisherman is you will have actively feeding trout all day long. No matter what time of day or weather conditions, there’s going to be hungry trout. Imagine that for a second, say you just ate a big meal at your grand momma’s house and two hours later you are hungry again. I mean really hungry.. stomach growling, getting irritated, raiding the fridge you’re starved to death kind of hungry again. Every two hours, all summer long…. So now you’re thinking ok all I need to do is just throw a fly in the water and a trout will jump on my hook right? Not so fast. They are still wild trout, so they are still incredibly spooky. You still need to have the right flies, and there’s a few details that’s sort of the big ones. Trout are in the stream of course, but what part of the water column are they in now and where are they going to be? How are they going to be looking for their food? What are they going to eat? And how do I get the right fly down to the trout without spooking them? Those are just some the things that hiring a professional guide will take care of. Guides who fish these waters and guide each day will teach you what you need to know and help instruct you how to do them correctly to catch the wild trout in the Smoky Mountains

The forecast this weekend looks fantastic, afternoon pop up showers are possible but chances are low. The coming week looks very promising to be outside in the Smokies. Typical summer time highs in the 80’s and a slight chances of showers in the afternoons. We’ll take it!

Great Smoky Mountains Fishing Report July 14th
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Summer Fly Fishing in the Smoky Mountains

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Summer Fly Fishing the Smoky Mountains

Summer Fly Fishing in the Smoky Mountains is incredible! If you haven’t been out yet, grab a rod and hit some of the fantastic rivers and lakes in the region. This Summer’s Fly Fishing Report gives you an idea of what to expect, and what to use straight from the guides.

The top destination this month has to be the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The park streams are fishing at their peak for the year. Trout everywhere are taking dry flies all day long, which in our opinion, is the most fun you can have with a fly rod! The most beautiful streams and trout that we have to offer are in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Here we catch Rainbow, Brown, and Brook trout. Catching a Grand Slam of all three species in a single Full Day Trip is very possible!

Two locations to serve you best! Gatlinburg TN, and Bryson City NC

Rates starting at $75.00 per person!

For Reservations call (828)-488-7665 or book securely from our website!

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Summer Trout Fishing in the Smokies

The Trophy Trout section of the Raven Fork in Cherokee is another hot destination this Summer. Recently restocked, this section is fishing well. Big fish are working in the early morning and late evening in the current seams and tail-outs. There’s nothing like watching a trophy sized trout take a well placed dry fly off the surface. This area is best in summer for experienced fly fishers as subtle takes and dead drifts are paramount.

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Float Trips

The Tuckasegee River is still producing some good trout fishing early morning until noon. We are catching quality Rainbow and Brown trout, some getting in the 20 inch club! Overcast cooler days or rainy days have been best for trout! For river Smallmouth fishing look no further than the Tuckasegee and Little Tennessee Rivers. Both are producing some great action for Smallies. The top water bite is on mid-day from noon until dark. Take advantage of our afternoon start time on the Float Trip Special at 4:00pm for some great action! For morning and evening, use sub surface lures and flies. Pearl white Flukes and spinner baits, along with a multitude of streamer flies will get you into some good Smallmouth.

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Fontana Lake

Fontana Lake is fishing good for Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass. Look for rocky shoreline and mud lines coming from wind lines off of banks and points. Crank baits, Buzz baits, Spinner baits and flukes are working really well. River mouths and coves are still the hottest spots to catch some big Largemouth. Nantahala and the Little Tennessee River mouths are hot areas right now to catch some bruisers.

Best flies this week

Yellow Stimulator #10-16, Conner’s Yellow Palmer #12-16, Royal Wulff #12-16, Tennessee Wulff #12-16, Adams Parachute #12-18, Female Adams #12-18, Adams Variant #12-16, Thunderhead #12-18, Secret Weapon #12-16, Green Drakes #8-10, Mahogany Duns in #12-14, Little Yellow Sallies #14-16, Light Hendrickson #12-16, Dark Hendrickson #12-16, Sulpher dries #12-14, March Browns #10-14, Tan Elk Hair Caddis #12-16, Olive Elk Hair Caddis #12-16, Cinnamon Elk Hair Caddis in #12-16, Blue Winged Olives in #18-22, Golden Stonefly nymphs #8-12, Brown Stonefly nymphs #6-10, Yellow Sallie nymphs #12-16, Pheasant Tail Nymphs #12-18, Hares Ear nymphs #12-16, egg patterns in #10-12, Rainbow Warriors in #14-20, Caddis Pupae #14-18, and cream midges in #22-26, Black Midges #22-26. For Streamer patterns, black and olive Woolly Buggers in sizes #6-8, Brown and Olive Sculpin in #6-8, white, black, and olive Zonkers #6-10, Game Changers in #4-8, yellow Zoo Cougars #4-8, and yellow Kiwi Muddlers #6-10.

Best Bass flies this week;

Chart/white, tan/white, red/white and olive/white Clouser Minnows, #6-8, olive Sculpins #4-8, black, olive, and white Woolly Buggers #4-8, Crayfish in orange and olive #4-8, Fire tiger Puglisi baitfish #4-6, Game Changers #2-8, Deer Hair poppers in Cart, black, blue, white, pink and purple #4-12, Deceivers in #6-8, Moto minnow #4-8, Slumpbusters #4-8, Hellgramites #4-10, Golden Stoneflies #6-10, Damselfly nymphs in #8-10, foam Dragonflies in blue, olive and brown, #6-10, Mudich Minnows #4-10, Home Invaders in tan, olive, yellow, white, and natural #4-8, Kiwi Muddlers in white, yellow, tan, and black #4-10, yellow, tan, and black #4-10

 

Two locations to serve you best! Gatlinburg TN, and Bryson City NC

Rates starting at $75.00 per person!

For Reservations call (828)-488-7665 or book securely from our website!

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Great Smoky Mountains Fishing Report June 1st

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The fly fishing action in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is incredible right now. Regular rains and intermittent cloudy days have kept streams running full and temperatures near perfect for trout. The fish are feeding aggressively and many rising trout can be found! The summer months always offer fantastic dry fly fishing in the Smoky Mountains.

 

Great Smoky Mountains Fishing Report June 1st

Great Smoky Mountains Fly Fishing

There are 2910 miles of wild trout streams in the Great Smoky Mountains. With only 900 miles of trails, there is plenty of solitude and areas to explore and a catch a fish! Summer time is a favorite among our staff for the wonderful dry fly fishing opportunities that present themselves in the park. Summer is a great time to learn how to fly fish. You have active fish with a high metabolism that will feed all day long. So there is no wrong time of day to be fishing inside the park!

Fly Fishing the Smokies offers a wide variety of great fly fishing trips and lengths to choose from. We guide folks of all ages and skill levels and have ALL the gear that you need to fish with provided free of charge on your trip!!

We have offices in Gatlinburg and Bryson City to serve you best no matter where you stay in the Smoky Mountains!

For Reservations call (828)-488-7665 or Book Online

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Hazel Creek Day Trips

Hazel Creek Day trips are super fun this season. Experience one of the most remote and wildest trout streams in the Great Smoky Mountains with Fly Fishing the Smokies guide Jay Cobb as your host. Dry fly fishing on Hazel Creek keeps getting better each day. Lots of Yellow Sallies and Light Cahills are keeping the trout very happy. Hazel Creek is also one of the top places in the Smokies to fish small hoppers and bettles on top for some explosive action. Hazel Creek is a wonderful and wild place full of history and folklore. Some of the best trout in the Smoky Mountains have been caught on Hazel Creek! Don’t miss this unique opportunity to fish the most legendary Smokies trout stream with the best guides in the Smoky Mountains!

 

Great Smoky Mountains Fishing Report June 1st

The weather looks good this weekend and coming week. We do have a chance for thunderstorms on Sunday and Monday, however these are commonly pop ups that likely may not occur depending on which side of the Smokies you happen to be on. The weather in the Smoky Mountains is very difficult to predict and changes every few minutes. Our motto is plan for a shower, and go play!

We are seeing good hatches of Yellow Sallies, Light Cahills, and Sulphers across the park streams. Also plenty of inch worms, beetles, and Cicadas are also giving the trout something to eat as well. And of course lots of Brown Stone flies and many different species of Caddis are also present. Lots of hatches to keep the trout looking up and feeding happily all day!

Hope everyone has a great weekend and gets outside!

We’ll see you on the water!

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Tuckasegee River Fishing Report May 19th

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Tuckasegee River Fishing Report May 19th

The Tuckasegee River fishing is incredible this week! Ideal generation schedules from the East and West Fork have the Tuckasegee River fishing perfectly. The action has been fantastic through out the entire day. We are catching big Rainbow and Brown Trout, along with Smallmouth Bass this week. Hatches have been great each day with tons of Caddis and several species of Mayflies coming off steadily.

Tuckasegee River Fishing Report May 19th

Tuckasegee River Trout

Currently the Bryson City section of the Tuckasegee River is fishing the best. This section holds 34,000 trout per mile making it the highest trout count total per mile of any river in the US. The river here has the highest biomass and nutrient rich waters of any stretch of this 52 mile long tailwater. In fact biologists tell us this is the highest biodiversity and healthiest river in the state of North Carolina. Trout here feed heavily all day on the many hatches of aquatic insects and plethora of bait fish present in the river. There are 72 species of fish in the lower Tuckasegee River, of course not all of them are game fish. Many are baitfish which larger trout and bass feed upon. Trout are noticably fatter and harder fighting here than on other stretches of river.

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Tuckasegee River Float Trips

Float Trips on the Tuckasegee River have been highly productive this week. Our guides are putting guests on good numbers of trout and Smallmouth bass on both fly rods and spin tackle. This time of year fish hold in many different waters types, and fishing from drift boats makes it easier to get to these areas. Fly Fishing the Smokies guides float 14 sections of the Tuckasegee and keep a constant finger on the pulse of this magnificent river and fishery.

There is just a few short weeks left of the Delayed Harvest season on the Tuckasegee River. Once the season is over however we still have great trout fishing and smallmouth bass fishing all summer long.

For Reservtaions (828)-488-7665 or Book Online!

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Great Smoky Mountains Fishing Report May 10th

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Great Smoky Mountains Fishing Report May 10th

The fly fishing inside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is reaching its peak. Mid May is always when experienced Smokies anglers feel the park streams are fishing at their best! Perfect weather and abundant insect hatches keep the trout happy and looking up. Some of the best dry fly action of the Spring is happening right this very minute!

Black Berry Winter

Blackberry Winter blew through the region this past weekend, bringing with it severe high winds which toppled tress and closed the park down for a few days. Park officials told us there was over 150 downed tress in the roadways inside the park. Thats impressive considering we have had the remnants of hurricanes and everything in between and that has never happened before to that magnitude. Just goes to show how raw and wild the Smoky Mountains can be at times. The winds subsided and snow blew across the high country dumping upwards of 6 inches of snow in places like Mt Leconte and Clingmans Dome. Crazy right? However, history shows, it has snowed each month of the year inside the park over the years. Roadways are now clear and everything is operating inside the park as usual.

This week has been excellent weather as day time temperatures have reached the high 70’s inside the park. In downtown Gatlinburg it feels almost Summer like with mid 80’s. Its certainly nice to be outside in the Smokies now. Bryson City also topped out at 80 today as well.

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Our favorite dry fly hatches of year have begun inside the park. Yellow Sallie stoneflies and light Cahills are flying through the air and crawling acros the rocks. These hatches drive the Smokies Trout absolutely crazy. Trout leap into the air wildly to take a struggling insect off the waters surface. Every guide on our staff looses their minds this time of year as we enjoy the bounties of warmer weather. Right now there is an abundance of great hatches all across he region. There is no less than 26 different hatches you should be aware of. However if you plan to fish this weekend, bring a handful of Yellow Sallie dries in #14-18, light Cahills in #14-16, and plenty of olive and tan Caddis dries in sizes #14-18.

The Weekend

This weekend looks to have some rain moving into the area and thunderstorms are possible. It is the Smokies however and you never know what your going to get weather wise. We have an old saying, well actually we have lots of sayings, that’s what mountain folk do, but anyhow. If you don’t like the weather, just wait fifteen minutes, It’s going to change! Highs on Friday will reach 77, rain on Saturday with a high of 66, and sunny on Sunday and back up to 76. Grab a rain jacket and get to the water, the trout are waiting!

 

Faith, Family, and Fishing!

 

 

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Gatlinburg Summer Specials

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Fly Fishing Fun Trip

Our new Fly Fun Fishing Trip is the perfect opportunity to fly fish the top rivers and streams in the Great Smoky Mountains region! The Fly Fishing Fun Trip is located in Gatlinburg inside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. At 2 hrs in length, this is a fantastic trip for sampling the fly fishing around Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. With prices starting at $75 per person, this is a perfect option for beginners and experts alike. Experience Fly Fishing inside the Great Smoky Mountains and not spend a fortune!

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Fly Fishing Fun for Families

Our Fly Fishing Fun Trip is the perfect trip for families on the go! With so many different activities and things to see while vacationing the Smoky Mountains, its hard to fit everything in. With our Fly Fishing Fun Trip you can now schedule fly fishing around other activities without taking up the entire day! Fly Fishing guided trips are typically expensive and hard to fit into tight vacation budgets. Being family owned and operated ourselves with children, we get it! Budget minded rates, and a super fun fly fishing trip in the mountains for wild trout. We include all the fly fishing gear you need, and a professional guide to take you on your next adventure!

Start times are:

8:00am, 11:00am, 2:00pm

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The Perfect Guided Fly Fishing Trip

Fly fishing is super fun and a great way to relax and enjoy the Smoky Mountains! Walk and wade through the creeks of the Smokies while you pursue wild mountain trout. The Smokies are home to Rainbow, Brown and Brook trout which are the prettiest fish in the country. Experience the Smokies like few will ever do.

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Tuckasegee River Fly Fishing Report May

Tuckasegee River Fly Fishing Report May 5th

Tuckasegee River Fly Fishing Report May

The Tuckasegee River is fishing at its absolute peak for the year. This past week both stretches of the Tuckasegee were given the final stocking of the Delayed Harvest season. Big Rainbow, Brown, and Brook trout are prowling the waters and they are hungry! Water temps are perfect and the hatches are abundant. You couldn’t buy a better time to be on the water than right now! Book your trip soon before dates run out, we are filling up quick for the month!

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Tuckasegee River Float Trips

Float Trips on the Tuckasegee River are the way to go for covering the most water and catching lots of fish! Currently there are 34,000 trout per mile on the lower section of the Tuckasegee River near Bryson City! Thats pretty incredible odds for the angler looking to get multiple shots of fish. Fly Fishing the Smokies guides run 14 different stretches of the Tuckasegee River. Anything from Trout to Smallmouth Bass and Walleye, we fish for it! Our boats are perfectly setup for fishing rocky and technical rivers such as the Tuckasegee River. Each year we guide 1000+ fly fishing float trips down the river. Our guides know the waters here like the back of their hands.

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Tuckasegee River Wading

Wading the Tuckasegee River is a great way to cover water and explore many areas of the river. Currently with so many trout in the river system its a good bet to really work over sections of water and dissect riffle and run sections. This month the Tuckasegee River will be fishing at its peak for the year! Tons of aquatic insect life are abundant in the lower sections of the river. The Tuckasegee has more water types and features than any other river in the region. Loads of rocky ledges and shelves making perfect hiding places for trout and bass alike. Long riffles and runs that hold fish by the thousands, and deep pools where the big boys live! This river has it all!

 

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Tuckasegee River Bass fishing

The Tuckasegee River in the late Spring and Summer holds lots of good sized Smallmouth, Kentucky Spotted Bass and White Bass. Bass by the thousands run up river from Fontana Lake in the spring creating lots of fishing potential throughout the warmer months. These fish will readily take flies and and spin tackle presented correctly. Smallmouth bass in particular  hold in some of the same area that trout do and presenting to them in the same manners as you would target a Brown trout will get your flies ate. These hard fighting fish are super fun to catch and pull like freight train.

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Hazel Creek Fly Fishing Report May 4th

Hazel Creek Fly Fishing Report May 4th

Hazel Creek Fly Fishing Report May 4th

This week’s Hazel Creek Fly Fishing Report for May 4th; Fly Fishing action on Hazel Creek in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is on fire right now! Recent rains and cool tempratures have the hatches popping and the trout looking up on our favorite stream in the Smokies. May is when the streams of the Smoky Mountains hit their peak for the year!

Currently were are seeing great hatches of Little Yellow Sallies and Light Cahills all day long. Yellow Sallies are many a serious Smokies fishermans favorite hatch. These bright yellow Stoneflies hatch steadily all throughout the day and peak just before dark. Their bright yellow color makes an easy fly pattern to see even on the darkest sections of streams.

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Hazel Creek Fly Fishing

Hazel Creek flows are perfect right now for fly fishing. Water levels are running full and clear which make stalking up on these wild fish easier. We’re seeing trout feeding at all levels of the water columns right now. Which means fishing anything from dry flies to heavy nymphs will work well.

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The weather this weekend looks to be soggy on Friday and Saturday for the Smoky Mountains. Intermittent storms and showers on Friday and tapering off on Saturday. Temps across the region are expected to drop down to the low 50’s for the highs in the back country. The old timers call this Blackberry Winter. Sunday however looks to be very promising as mostly sunny weather and a warming trend to start the week off with.

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Hazel Creek Day Trip

Fly Fishing the Smokies is proud to be offering a Guided Fly Fishing Day Trip to Hazel Creek all summmer long! Dates are booking rapidly, so don’t wait around if your considering hitting one of the Smoky Mountains best wild trout streams. May is awesome in the back country!

Tight lines, we’ll see you on Hazel Creek!

 

Hazel Creek Fly Fishing Report May 4th

 

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Fly Fishing Fun Trip

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Fly Fishing Fun Trip

Our new Fly Fun Fishing Trip is the perfect opportunity to fly fish the top rivers and streams in the Great Smoky Mountains region! The Fly Fishing Fun Trip is located in Gatlinburg inside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. At 2 hrs in length, this is a fantastic trip for sampling the fly fishing around Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. With prices starting at $75 per person, this is a perfect option for beginners and experts alike. Experience Fly Fishing inside the Great Smoky Mountains and not spend a fortune!

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Fly Fishing Fun for Families

Our Fly Fishing Fun Trip is the perfect trip for families on the go! With so many different activities and things to see while vacationing the Smoky Mountains, its hard to fit everything in. With our Fly Fishing Fun Trip you can now schedule fly fishing around other activities without taking up the entire day! Fly Fishing guided trips are typically expensive and hard to fit into tight vacation budgets. Being family owned and operated ourselves with children, we get it! Budget minded rates, and a super fun fly fishing trip in the mountains for wild trout. We include all the fly fishing gear you need, and a professional guide to take you on your next adventure!

Start times are:

8:00am, 11:00am, 2:00pm

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The Perfect Guided Fly Fishing Trip

Fly fishing is super fun and a great way to relax and enjoy the Smoky Mountains! Walk and wade through the creeks of the Smokies while you pursue wild mountain trout. The Smokies are home to Rainbow, Brown and Brook trout which are the prettiest fish in the country. Experience the Smokies like few will ever do.

 

Book Online, Fly Fishing the Smokies, Best Trout Fishing Fly Fishing Guides in Smoky Mountains Gatlinburg Pigeon Forge SevervilleStarting at $75.00 per Person!

For Reservations call (828)-488-7665 or Book Online!

Fly Fishing Fun Trip
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Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing

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Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing Trips

Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing action is just starting to rev up in North Carolina streams in the mountains. Rivers such as the Tuckasegee and Little Tennessee are home to some great action in Western North Carolina.

Fly Fishing the Smokies is offering a Float Trip Special which is a 3/4 day Float Trip for two people for only $225 per boat. That includes, guide, equipment, flies and lunch!

For reservations call (828)-488-7665 or Book Online

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North Carolina Fly Fishing for Smallmouth Bass

Fly Fishing the Smokies is proud to call North Carolina home. With thousands of miles of clean cold water in all directions there is no shortage of great places to fish. We offer both Wade Trips and Drift Boat Fly Fishing or Spin Fishing for Smallmouth Bass and Trout throughout the Western North Carolina mountains. Let our professional local guides show their favorite rivers and their favorite fishing holes as you cast flies and lures to hungry Smallmouth Bass and trout!

 For reservations call (828)-488-7665 or book Online

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