Fly Fishing Merit Badge Classes

Fly Fishing Merit Badge Classes

Fly Fishing the Smokies offers the course Scouts need to successfully obtain their Fly Fishing Merit Badge. The Boy Scout Merit Badge Course is two days long and custom tailored to teach Scouts each requirement needed to obtain their Fly Fishing Merit Badges. Fly-fishing is a specialized form of fishing that combines skill and artistry. Because it is so rich with tradition, Fly Fishing is a passion for millions of people. The beauty of the water, the solitude, and the skills that the sport requires have made fly-fishing very important in the lives of many notable people.

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Watchful eyes of professional guides help a Scout tie his first fly.

 

Two Day Course perfectly suited for a weekend getaway, or combined with a Camping Trip in the Smoky Mountains. We provide all the gear and equipment each Scout needs for Fly Fishing, Fly Tying, plus lunch and drinks.

Rates are $250 per Scout for the Two Day Course with a minimum of Two participants.

Scouts must be accompanied by a Parent, Scout Master or Troop Leader.

 

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 Boy Scouts cover each requirement for their Fly Fishing Merit Badge

This is a Two day hands on, fun filled learning environment where participants will leave with a complete understanding and appreciation for the sport of Fly Fishing. Scouts will be covering every requirement with our class, including tying their own flies and cleaning and cooking their trout!

Scouts must bring their Workbooks and Blue Cards!

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Tasty meal of fresh caught trout from a Fly Fishing Merit Badge Class well done.

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

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Paula Deen is opening a new restaurant at the Island in Pigeon Forge Tennessee called  Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen. The Grand of the new restaurant is April 27th, we plan to be there with bells on! On her most recent visit to the Smoky Mountains, Paula and her husband Capt. Michael took in some fly fishing on the Tuckasegee River near Cherokee NC. Fly Fishing the Smokies was proud to have the honor of being their guides for the day.

Paula is no stranger to fishing, having beat longtime Bass Fishing Professional and celebrity Jimmy Houston in The Bag Lady Foundation Charity Tournament last year. Paula can cast a fly rod as good as she can cook! The trout in the Tuckasegee River were runnin’ scared as Paula and Capt. Michael took to working the runs and pools with hand tied flies their guides made for the day.

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If you happen to be in the Pigeon Forge, Sevierville area stop by Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen at the Island and get yourself some good ol Southern down-home cooking! Served family style with all the good stuff you come to expect from your grandmothers kitchen! Pecan Pie, Sweet Tea, Fried Chicken….Sign us UP!

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Fly Fishing the Smokies offers guided Fly Fishing Trips in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park near Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville Tennessee. So when your down at Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen downing that glass of tea, give us a holler. We’ll show you the best Trout streams in the Great Smoky Mountains. We’ll also teach you how to fly fish in the process! Now how’s that for Southern Charm Ya’ll.

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Smoky Mountain Fly Fishing Report

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Fly Fishing Report for March 2105

Spring Fishing is upon us, Finally!

After a brutally cold Winter, the thaw looks to finally be here and so is the great fishing that the Great Smoky Mountains are known for.

The Tuckasegee River in North Carolina is the hottest destination at the moment for great trout fishing action in the Smoky Mountains. The Tuckasegee River is a western sized tail-water that offers perfect water temperatures for trout. It just happens to be one of the most stocked rivers in the south, boasting trout count totals near 12,500 trout per mile! This is great news for those learning to fly fish, simply because no other stream will offer you as many trout or chances of hooking trout than does the Tuckasegee. Drift boat fishing ( called Float Trips) on the Tuckasegee River have been very good this past week too. Scheduled Flow Releases have been good for everyone. The water has been rising mid morning and turning off by late afternoon keeping both wade fisherman and the guides with boats happy.

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is off to a good start. We have seen plenty of trout rising to eat dry flies by mid morning and carrying over to late evening. The water has been high compared to last year, but the fish are hungry, and barely spooky. We are just starting to guide in the several of the Smokies streams at present time, and will add more streams as the action continues to improve.

Best flies are;

Blue Duns #14-18, Little Black Caddis in #16-18, Black Caddis Pupae in #16-18, Little Winter Stonefly nymphs in #16-20, Little Winter Stonefly dries in #14-18, Blue Winged Olives in #18-22, Quill Gordons in #12-14, egg patterns in #10-12, Rainbow Warriors in #14-20, and black midges in #22-26. For Streamer patterns try black and olive Woolly Buggers in sizes #6-8, dark brown Sculpins in #6-8, and black Rabbit Strip Zonkers in #6-10.

Fontana Lake is getting better for Walleye, and Crappie. The top choice for bank fishing is still catching fish with live night-crawler rigs working the along the edges of the shoreline. Working rattle traps and deep spinner baits across points next to deep drop offs are pulling in good sized Largemouth. and Smallmouth bass. Work them slowly and hold on. Walleye are best caught by jigging live night crawlers near rock walls in the vicinity of creek and river mouths. Trolling deep running crank baits and plastic minnows near creek and river mouths at depths of 45-60 feet are bringing up some good fish too. Walleye have yet to start their runs up river just yet, but it shouldn’t be long.

Remember to check area fishing regulations as March Madness applies to fishing too. Regulations and season closures will vary between watersheds and designations. Know the regulations before you make that first cast.

See you on the water!

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Spring Break Special

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Spring Break Special for Fly Fishing

The Spring Break Special is a 3/4 Day Wade Trip on some of the best Fly Fishing the Smoky Mountains have to offer! You get a private guided fly fishing trip with all the gear and equipment provided and a streamside lunch and drinks. All you need is yourself and of course a fishing license.

Rates starting at $112.50 per person!

For reservations Call us at (828)-488-7665 or Book Online!

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Spring Break is a great time to be Fly Fishing in the Smoky Mountains near Gatlinburg Tennessee, and Bryson City North Carolina. Each of these award winning mountain towns are loaded with great Trout Fishing!

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Our Spring Break Special is a 3/4 Day Wade Trip that puts you chasing Trout in your choice of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tuckasegee River, and Cherokee Trophy Trout Section during the best action of the year! The cool waters of the Great Smoky Mountains and Tuckasegee River are loaded with Trout all year long. Spring is the perfect time to catch trout that are hungry after a long winter.
No previous fly fishing experience necessary! We teach you how to Fly Fish!
We supply a patient, professional fly fishing guide, all the gear you need including, waders, wading boots, fly rods, fly reels, leaders, flies, and tippet. We also bring a nice stream-side lunch consisting of deli sandwiches, chips, and drinks. We offer Catch and Release, and Catch and Keep Trout fishing trips. Our guides bring along cameras to get pictures of you with your catch!

 

For reservations Call us at (828)-488-7665 or Book Online!

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Winter Fly Fishing Special

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Catch Trophy Trout in Cherokee and Gatlinburg!

Take advantage of our Winter Trophy Trout Special with a 3/4 Day Wade Trip that puts you chasing the biggest and baddest Trout in the Smoky Mountains during the best time of year! Winter is your best chance at catching your own River Monster in the Smoky Mountains. The biggest trout in the land come out of the cover of night and prowl the shallows during the day in search of prey, and to spawn. There is no better time to catch a big fish in the Smokies! No previous fly fishing experience necessary!

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

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Winter Fishing in the best time for Big Trout

We fish in two locations for Trophy Trout during the winter months. The Cherokee Trophy Section on the Ravens Fork in Cherokee, North Carolina, and the Gatlinburg Catch and Release Waters in Gatlinburg Tennessee. Both areas offer the best action for the biggest fish in the Smoky Mountains! The trout in these waters are rumored to give small children nightmares! We are only teasing, but they are huge and put up one heck of a fight!

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 Rates starting at $112.50 per person!

Trip Details;

Our Winter Trophy Trout Special is a 6 hour Wade trip that is Catch and Release Only!  We supply all the gear you need plus lunch, drinks and an adrenaline filled day!  All you need is a fishing license and to dress for the weather.

Children are welcome on all of our trips, and we do have waders and gear to fit them!

Rates;

One angler $190.00

Two or more anglers $112.50 per person

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We supply a patient, professional fly fishing guide, all the gear you need including, waders, wading boots, fly rods, fly reels, leaders, flies, and tippet. We also bring a nice stream-side lunch consisting of hot soup or chili, sandwiches, and drinks. Our guides do bring along cameras to get pictures of you with your catch!

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Our Winter Trophy Trout Special is the best deal going, and the best time to be on the water! Winter is when you catch the biggest fish in the Smokies!

Book your trip with Fly Fishing the Smokies and make your cast to the fish of a lifetime!

For reservations call (828)488-7665 or book your trip online from our website, just click the “Book Online” tab at the top right hand of the screen.

See you on the water!

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Fall Trout Special

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Fall Trout Special

 

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The Fall Trout Special is a 3/4 day Wade Trip during the best time to catch Trout in the Smoky Mountains. The Smokies have year around trout fishing, however we have two peak seasons of the year, early Summer and Fall! We put you on the water during the best time to be out in the Fall! We start at 9:00am and fish til 3:00pm No previous fly fishing experience necessary! We supply a patient, professional fly fishing guide, all the gear you need including, waders, wading boots, fly rods, fly reels, leaders, flies, and tippet. We also bring a nice stream-side lunch consisting of deli sandwiches, chips, and drinks. We offer Catch and Release, and Catch and Keep Trout fishing trips. Our guides bring along cameras to get pictures of you with your catch!

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Stunning Golden Rainbow trout from the Cherokee Trophy Trout waters on the Raven Fork

Trip Details;

Our Fall Trout Special is a 6 hour Wade Trip fly fishing for Trout!  We supply all the gear you need, plus lunch, drinks, and an adrenaline filled day!  All you need is a fishing license and to dress for the weather.

Children are welcome on all of our trips, and we do have waders and gear to fit them!

Rates;

One angler $190.00

Two or more anglers $112.50 per person

For reservations call (828)488-7665 or book your trip online from our website

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June Fly Fishing Report

 

Fishing in the Smoky Mountains is incredible this week. If you haven’t been out yet, grab a rod and hit some of the fantastic rivers and lakes in the region.

The top destination this week 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 my opinion, is the most fun you can have with a fly rod. Top streams are Deep Creek, Oconaluftee River, Bradley Fork, Hazel Creek, and Forney Creek. Look for fish in the faster sections of water sitting on the edge of currents.

The Trophy Trout section of the Raven Fork in Cherokee is another hot destination this week. Recently restocked, this section is fishing very 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 places dry fly off the surface. For the best mid-day action look for shade and over hangs where rising trout will be taking light Cahills and Sulphers.

The Nantahala River is an amazing fishery. The lower section of river below the power house is fishing very good during mid-day generations. Don’t worry about the rafters spooking the fish. The trout here see so many boats they are conditioned to the activity and don’t spook easily. Late afternoon when the water recedes is where the real fun begins. Rising fish all across the river give way to just how many trout the lower Nantahala holds. Cast dry flies to rising trout until it gets so dark you can’t see your fly anymore.

The Tribal Enterprise waters in Cherokee are stocked twice each week and are fishing very good. 30 miles of Rainbow, Brown and Brook Trout keep people from all across the country happy with generous creel limits and easy access. Cherokee is one of the best places to take a child to catch their first trout, or if you want to catch a good mess of fish for dinner.

Fontana Lake is fishing good for Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass. Lots of bass are still on their beds and post spawn bass are eating anything in the water to build back up lost energy from the spawn. 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 are hot areas right now to catch some bruisers.

For river Smallmouth fishing look no further than the Tuckasegee and Little Tennessee Rivers. Both are just now starting to see some great action for Smallies. The top water bite is just starting to turn on mid-day from noon until about 5pm. 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. Please catch and release the Smallmouth Bass you do catch. Smallmouth bass in the mountains of WNC have a very slow growth rate. According to state biologist Powell Wheeler, a Smallmouth bass that is 13 inches long is over 7 years old! Imagine how old a 20 inch Smallmouth would be… possibly as old as the angler who caught it.

Best flies this week for trout are;

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

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Fly Fishing for Kids

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Fly Fishing for the whole family!

Fly Fishing Fun for the whole Family!

Looking for adventure for the whole family? Why not surround them with the wonders of the Great Smoky Mountains and take them Fly Fishing? Fly Fishing is easy to learn, great fun, and memorable way to explore the mountains and streams safely with our professionally trained guide staff. Our Fly Fishing trips are Mom approved!

Our Guided Fly Fishing Trips are private, and all inclusive, with just your family and your guide! 

We pride ourselves on being one of very few Fly Fishing Outfitters in the country who teach children to fly fish. Being fathers ourselves helps a lot with teaching children to fly fish, we understand short attention spans and tangled lines. We also understand that adult sized gear doesn’t always fit the smaller hands of children. We have rods, and waders perfectly sized for little hands and feet!

Fly Fishing the Smokies guides have years of experience guiding children and families to some of the best trout fishing locations in the Smoky Mountains. Let our guides teach you and your family to fly fish. We make learning to fly fish fun and entertaining!

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Some of the best memories from childhood are times spent in the outdoors with parents and loved ones! Trout don’t live in ugly places, and the Great Smoky Mountains are one of the most beautiful parks in the nation. Create memories that will last a lifetime and take your kids fishing on your next vacation!

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We don’t have an age requirement, however most kids are able to start fly fishing as young as  5-6yrs old!

So don’t wait until the teenage years to get them started, you may be surprised at how well they pick up on fly fishing and start out fishing you!

We are also licensed to guide Boy Scout Troops for their Fly Fishing Merit Badges!

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Want to catch trout in Smoky Mountains this year? Now is the time for your best chance. This fishing is near peak, and the action couldn’t be hotter all across Swain County!

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the hottest destination at the moment. The water levels are great and stream temperatures are near perfect for trout. We are seeing plenty of insect activity from early morning until dark which are keeping trout feeding all day long. Look for trout to be in the fast broken sections of water called riffles, which carry oxygenated water and contain the best concentration of aquatic insects that trout are eating. Throwing bushy dry flies with small flashy nymphs underneath will catch trout for you all day long.

The Nantahala River is on fire. The upper Delayed Harvest stretch, and the lower White Water section are all fishing great. Trout are feeding in the faster riffle sections and are taking Caddis flies with line snapping aggression. Try running Elk hair Caddis dries with a Caddis Pupae underneath for best results. If your after a big Rainbow or Brown, rig up a Stonefly nymph and run it through the deepest sections of water and hold on. Rafting traffic on the lower Nantahala River is just starting to pick up on weekends, so be careful when wading out into some sections of river as you may end up as a hood ornament for a raft.

The Oconaluftee River and Raven Fork in Cherokee are fishing hot too. The tribe continues to stock the rivers heavily with Rainbow, Brown, and Brook Trout twice each week. No other streams in the south have as many fish stocked as the waters in Cherokee. The Fly Fishing Only “Trophy Trout” section is fishing very well. Best time of day for these river monsters is early morning or late afternoon into the evening. Those big fish didn’t get that size by being easy to catch! Work your flies slowly here for best results, these big guys know the difference between a bad presentation and a good one.

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Best flies for trout are;

Green Drakes #8-10, Mahogany Duns in #12-14, Little Yellow Sallies, #14-16, Light Hendricksons #12-16, Dark Hendricksons #12-16, Sulpher dries #12-14, March Browns #10-14, Red Quill dries #14-16, Quill Gordon dries #12-14, Olive Elk Hair Caddis #12-16, Cinnamon Elk Hair Caddis in #12-16, Little Black Caddis in #14-16, Blue Winged Olives in #18-22, Quill Gordon nymphs #12-14, 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. For Streamer patterns, black and olive Woolly Buggers in sizes #6-8, dark brown and Olive Sculpins in #6-8, white, black, and olive Zonkers #6-10, Game Changers in #4-8, yellow Zoo Coungars #4-8, and yellow Kiwi Muddlers #6-10.

The best lake this week is Cheoah Lake located below Fontana Dam. Cheoah is stocked with Rainbow, Brown, and Brook trout by the state several times per year. Last year the state stocked Muskie into Cheoah Lake to see how well these toothy critters would fair. With a steady diet of trout and bluegill, they seem to be doing just fine! Muskie have to be 42 inches to keep per state laws. They do not make for good table fare, and skin mounts are a thing of the past, so it’s best to photograph and release. Lewellyn Branch Boat Ramp which is just downstream from Fontana Dam, offers plenty of parking, a concrete ramp, floating dock, and Handicap accessible Bank Side Fishing Pier. Lewellyn Branch offers public access to some of the best under-fished trout water in the county. If Fontana seems a bit crowded lately, take a look at other options in Swain County. You just might be surprised at what you will find!

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Fly Fishing in Cherokee NC is incredible! With hundreds of miles of water to explore between Cherokee North Carolina and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, there is an adventure at every turn. Cherokee has a Trophy Trout Fly Fishing Only section that rivals streams all across the nation. In terms of big fish you want find anywhere better int eh Smoky Mountains and surrounding area to catch a Trophy Trout. Most anglers we guide here catch the fish of a lifetime!

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is an excellent area to fly fish. With over 2,000 miles of available water to explore, there is no shortage for trout or solitude. Fly Fishing the Smokies is the best outfitter you can find to explore the Smoky Mountains with. We are in the Great Smoky Mountains back country all year long and know ever stream in the region. We are known as your Smoky Mountain Fly Fishing experts.

Fly Fishing the Smokies is the best choice for guided fly fishing in the Cherokee, and Great Smoky Mountains area. We have a staff of 11 professional, enthusiastic guides who are more than happy to show you a great time on the water! Whether you are new to the fly fishing, or an old pro, Fly Fishing the Smokies can deliver a day for you that will fit your desire. We include all the gear you would need plus any flies at NO additional charges. We also have gear to fit smaller hands and feet, so bring your children too, and have a great experience for the entire family!

Call us at (828)-488-7665 or email at guides@flyfishingthesmokies.net

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