Tuckasegee River Fly Fishing Report February 2018

Posted by on February 22, 2018

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Tuckasegee River Fly Fishing

The fly fishing is getting hot on the Tuckasegee River in North Carolina. Hands down the top destination for fly fishing in the entire southeast this Spring will be the Tuck! More trout per mile than any river in the south right now, and things only get better as time goes. Each month this Spring, the Tuck will receive additional stockings bringing the trout count total per mile to a staggering 34,000 trout per mile!

The Brown trout bite on the Tuckasegee River is incredibly strong this time of year. Over cast days are fishing great, add a little rain and you’ve got yourself the makings of a big fish day! So grab a friend, call in sick, let your kid skip school for the day; do whatever you can to get here. Its going to be a Spring to remember!

Water levels are near perfect this week and air temperatures are incredible. Day time highs this week have reached mid 70’s which is unheard of in February. This warm weather has triggered fantastic  hatches of Stoneflies and Caddis. Trout are feeding aggressively on top and subsurface. Streamers are also working well.

Let our staff of excellent professional guides get you on the Tuckasegee River and into some fantastic Trout this Spring!

We have some great Spring Specials that will put you into the fish during the best times to be here!

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