Spring 2012, Thursday May 17th – Sunday May 20th
Join the guides at Fly Fishing the Smokies as we venture to Hazel Creek in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, May 17th-20th for our Group Fly Fishing and Camping Trip to arguably the most storied, and remote streams in all the Smoky Mountains. Our guides were born and raised here in the Smokies, and our roots run deep, way back into the National Park. Some of our grandparents and great grandparents lived on Hazel Creek. You could say that Hazel Creek is in our blood.
We’re taking care of everything from the tents, chairs, entertainment (tall tales and BS!), covered sitting area, and great food. So leave your cares and troubles behind, grab your sleeping bag, some clothes, and fishing gear and join us for a grand ol’ time to one of the Smoky Mountain’s best trout streams.
The meals are fantastic. Our guides know how to cook back in the mountains, and will feed you some of the good down home country cooking that we grew up with. A big country breakfast every morning with sausage, eggs, bacon, drop biscuits, fried potatoes and even pancakes. We’ll make up sack lunches after breakfast and head to the water for the day’s fishing. Dinner, or ”supper” as us country boys call it, is always amazing. Our dinner menu includes item’s such as marinated pork chops, pan fried trout, grilled chicken breasts, grilled vegetables, potatoes, Shuler’s famous pinto beans, corn bread, and cobblers. We come to fish, but being out in the mountains is about more than just fishing, it’s about enjoying the outdoors, and eating some good food too.
We’re offering two different options, the full package includes guided fly fishing on Friday and Saturday, or you can choose to fish unguided and still enjoy everything we have to offer.
$850 per person with a guide
$500 per person without a guide
Guided package price based on 2 anglers per guide. Fishing license and gratuities are not included
Call us today to book your Hazel Creek Camping Trip. (828)-488-7665 or email email@example.com We’ll be happy to get your trip booked and answer any questions you may have.
Fly Fishing the Smokies is fully insured, licensed, and operates under a special Commercial Use Authorization from the National Park Service.