Hazel Creek Fly Fishing
Fly Fish the legendary Hazel Creek in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Fly Fishing the Smokies now offers Guided Day Trips on world famous Hazel Creek fly fishing for wild trout! This is the wildest, most scenic trout stream in the Smokies. Widely considered the bucket list stream of the Smoky Mountains and easily the most historically steeped region of the park! Solitude, unrivaled beauty and wild trout sums up a day on Hazel Creek.
Hazel Creek Fly Fishing Trips
Fly Fishing on Hazel Creek in the Great Smoky Mountains is an experience like no other. Take a boat ride across Fontana Lake to the north shore and enter the most remote and wildest trout stream in the Smokies. Hazel Creek is one of the largest creeks in the Great Smoky Mountains and has the healitest population of wild trout. Here you will find Rainbow, Brown, and Brook trout in abundance. Spring and Summer dry fly fishing here is spectacular with great hatches of light Cahill and Yellow Sallies second to none. During the Fall we see some of the largest wild Brown trout to be found anywhere inside the national park! High elevations sections hold the prettiest Brook trout to be found anywhere in the world!
Hazel Creek Rates;
- One person $350
- Two People $425
- Three people $500
Trip includes boat shuttle across Fontana Lake, a professional guide, all gear, flies, and lunch.
Available from April 15th, through November 26th
Hazel Creek has the most storied and richest history of any region inside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Once home to luminary figures such as Horace Kephart, founding father of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Also home to legendary outdoorsmen such as Granville Calhoun and Aquilla Rose. In the early 1900’s this area was once a thriving mining and logging community with hundreds of people living along the banks. The establishment of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the creation of Fontana Lake left Hazel Creek cut off from the rest of the world. The remaining structures are a reminder of days and life gone by. We get to enjoy these sights on many of our excursions to Hazel Creek.