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 Special

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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!

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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. Fly Fishing Fun Trip, Fly Fishing Guide Trips for Familes Kids Gatlinburg Pigeon Forge Sevierville Great Smoky Mountains, Smoky Mountain Kids Fishing Trips

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Fall Fly Fishing 2016

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Fall Fly Fishing in the Smoky Mountains

Fall Fly Fishing in the Smoky Mountains is simply breathe taking! Fall leaf colors are popping everywhere as mother nature paints the landscape. While the leaves are at work turning more colors than a box of Crayons, the trout are also creating their own visceral spectacle. Fall is the second peak for fishing in the Smoky Mountains. Literally every stream and river in the area will fish at its best again! If there ever was a time you wanted to try Fly Fishing, Fall is it! Two locations to serve you best! Gatlinburg TN, and Bryson City NC Rates starting at $87.50 per person! For Reservations call (828)-488-7665 or book securely from our website!  
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Trout Fishing the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park fishes incredible for wild trout in the Fall. The park streams are the prettiest place we guide, and is home to the most beautiful fish in the region. The streams are full of Rainbow, Brown and rare Southern Appalachian Brook trout. You won’t find a more beautiful place to spend the day than inside the park. Dry fly action is on fire this time of year. Hungry trout smash your fly at over 40mph trying to get fattened up before winter sets in!
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Cherokee Trout Fishing

The Fall Fly Fishing in Cherokee North Carolina is spectacular! Cherokee has 30 miles of water that is stocked twice each week with Rainbow, Brown, and Brook Trout. Cherokee also is home to the Golden Rainbow trout as well! Cherokee has a Fly Fishing Only Trophy Trout section that is world class. Fly Fishing for these monster trout will put a huge smile on your face. Trout here grow to massive proportions, the biggest fish we catch are here in Cherokee on the Raven Fork. It’s certainly trout fishing like you dream about, especially in the Fall!
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Fall Fishing the Tuckasegee River

The Tuckasegee River is the hottest destination for fly fishing in the south from October through May! If you want to catch lots of fish, and big fish too, the Tuckasegee River is for you! Stocked heavily with Rainbow, Brown and Brook trout, the Tuckasegee River is a fisherman’s dream! With over 16,000 trout per mile in the Fall, this is one hot fishery! We offer both Wade Trips and Float Trips on this legendary river. Our guides have more experience on the Tuckasegee River than anyone else. Call ahead for availability, this one will fill fast!
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Great Smoky Mountains Fishing Report 9/16/16

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Great Smoky Mountains Fishing Report 9/16/16

It's 64 degrees here this morning in Bryson City and we're expected to get somewhere near 80 today for the high. I wish I could say it's pouring rain out of buckets, but that's not the case. We did receive some rain in the area last evening around dark. Some parts of the Smokies got slight amounts around Raven Fork and Straight Fork. The Tuckasegee River watershed got a little rain also. Streams in the Smokies are still low and clear. The fishing has really taken off on higher elevation streams above 2,500ft. Even though it's hot like it's Summer, the trout know fall spawning season and winter is closing in on them and they better start fattening up. We are happy to report dry fly action is really top notch right now in the park. Trout are crushing dries and terrestrials fished near fast oxygenated riffles and runs. Grab a double handful of black ants and beetles before heading into the park this weekend to fish. Due to the low water and hotter than normal temperatures we have suspended our Hazel Creek Back Country camp for next weekend. Recent scouting runs to Hazel earlier this week made us think twice about bringing anglers here at this time. Hazel Creek is low and in need of some rain. The water was warm of course on the first several miles below Bone Valley camp and in our effort to protect this valuable resource we have decided to suspended this trip. It's our fear that hook mortality could be high and that releasing fish was going to be way too much stress on the trout. If you're headed to Hazel this weekend, please keep this in mind. If you do fish there, hike up above Bone Valley and land your fish quickly and don't take them out of the water. This same rule should apply to Eagle Creek, Twenty Mile Creek, lower Forney Creek, and lower portions of Abrams Creek. Often times we will be reporting on other rivers and streams in the Smoky Mountain region. We do guide on more than just the Smokies. The Tuckasegee River is flowing very low this morning, 299cfs near Bryson City. That's about as low as I've seen Bryson City in a long time. Of course water temperatures are fairly warm, hovering around 71- 72 degrees yesterday with no generation. When generation hits that temp comes down around 63 to 64. Smallmouth Bass action on the Tuckasegee River has been good. We're catching good numbers of Smallmouth and Spotted bass with a few Walleye in the mix. Big fish love a slow easy meal. So work your offerings really slow and get them in the bottom of the deep oxygenated runs. We still have sections on the Tuckasegee River that we are running float trips on for bass. We are not fishing for trout on the Tuckasegee River at this time, only for bass. Traffic is going to be a bear in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg this weekend. The Fall Rod Run comes to town and with it hoards of traffic. Expect heavy congestion and long delays late afternoon and evenings. Use back roads or take the long way around, it's going to be much quicker this weekend. Or you can do what I do, grab a lawn chair and sit on the sidewalks of Pigeon Forge and enjoy the hot rods! We'll see you on the water!
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Great Smoky Mountains Fishing Report 9/13/16

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Great Smoky Mountains Fishing Report 9/13/16

The fishing inside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is getting better as September is whizzing by. We had a heat wave the end of last week. Thankfully that appears to be gone and we’re starting to see temperatures drop back into high 70’s and low 80’s across the region. We have some much needed rain in the forecast each day for the next 15 days. While significant amounts of rainfall are not expected we can say without a doubt that any rain will help the fishing in a positive way! The Great Smoky Mountains National Park streams are fishing great right now. We are hitting streams from 2,500ft and above with good results. Dry fly action is absolutely on fire right now. Mid morning until late evening we’re seeing lots of Caddis and Stones that are driving fish crazy. We’re also fishing terrestrial patterns such as beetles and hoppers on the edges of fast runs with great success. Trout will slam a small beetle dead drifted in the current without much hesitation right now. Good bets for fishing this weekend are Goshen Prong, and Lynn Camp Prong in Tennessee. Noland Creek and upper Forney Creek are tops in North Carolina. All are fishing well and seeing good hatches. The streams throughout the park are low, so stealth and presentation are key! Traffic in and around Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge will be heavy this weekend as the Fall Rod Run comes rumbling into town. Use side roads such as Glade Road and Dolly Parton Highway to avoid the congestion. Late afternoon and evening will be the worst times to come through town from the Smokies. Have fun this week, get out and explore! We’ll see you on the water!
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Fall Trout Fishing Special

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Fall Trout Fishing

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! Fall is the best time to catch numbers of fish and big fish! We put you on the water during the best time to be out in the Fall! We start at 8:00am and fish til 2:00pm 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! Book Online, Fly Fishing the Smokies     Fly fishing the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Fly Fishing the Smokies, Fall Fly Fishing,

Fall Trout Special

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      Cashiers North Carolina Fly Fishing Guides Trips and Tours Don't miss out on Fall Trout Fishing in the Great Smoky Mountains and surrounding region!
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Summer Fly Fishing Report Smoky Mountains

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Summer Fly Fishing Report 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! Summer Fly Fishing Report, Fly Fishing the Smokies, Fly Fishing Guides Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Rainbow Trout, Great Smoky Mountains, Gatlinburg Fly Fishing Guides, Top streams in North Carolina are Deep Creek, Oconaluftee River, Bradley Fork, Hazel Creek, and Forney Creek. Top streams in Tennessee are the West Prong, Little River, Middle Prong, Lynn Camp, Porters Creek, and Jakes Creek. Look for fish in the faster sections of water sitting on the edge of current seams. Mid day you will find them under the shade of overhead canopy and down in the deeper holes and pockets. Summer Fly Fishing Report, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Brown Trout, Raven Fork, Cherokee Fly Fishign Guides, Fly Fish Cherokee NC, Fly Fishing the Smokies

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 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 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.   Fly Fishing the Smokies, Tuckasegee River, Fly Fishing Guides, North Carolina, Western North Carolina, Bryson City, Fishign Guides, Float Trips, Drift Boat

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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 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. Fontana Lake, June Fly Fishing, Fly Fishing the Smokies, Bryson City, 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. 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, yellow, tan, and black #4-10  

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Winter Fishing Report

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Winter marks the start of the season for us where we see some of the biggest trout put in our nets all year. Winter Fishing attracts many hardcore anglers and guides alike who look forward each year to seeing big trout become more active during the daylight hours. Fact is its spawning season for Brown and Brook trout. We also have some Rainbow trout here too that will spawn this time of year. Once this happens the water is full of fish either getting ready to spawn and fattening up or they have spawned and are trying to replenish calories lost. These fish are hungry and will eat a well placed fly without much hesitation. Winter Fishing, Winter Fly Fishing the Smoky Mountains, Winter Fly Fishing the Tuckasegee River, Great Smoky Mountains National Park,

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Winter Fly Fishing around the Smoky Mountains include fishing a wide variety of rivers. The best option is Wading or Drift Boat fishing tail-waters such as the Tuckasegee River where fish count numbers soar to 14,000 trout per mile. Fishing from the Drift Boats in winter are a pleasant way to cover miles of water while staying dry and comfortable.  You end up casting your flies to literally thousands of trout. we offer a 3/4 Float Trip that is perfect for hitting the best time of day to be Floating the Tuckasegee River. Wade Fishing the Tuckasegee will have you concentrating your efforts targeting big fish and working over likely runs and riffles with a mixture of dry flies and nymphs.  The Tuckasegee river is known for its long riffles and runs which are full of rainbow, Brown and Brook trout. On the lower section of the Tuckasegee we are still seeing good numbers of Smallmouth bass to boot! Winter Fishing, Winter Fly Fishing the Smoky Mountains, Bryson City, Tuckasegee River, Cherokee, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville

Winter Fishing in Cherokee

The Fly Fishing Only Trophy section on the Raven Fork will have you casting to possibly the biggest trout of your life! The slower moving nutrient rich waters of the Raven Fork are a perfect habitat for big trout. Massive Rainbow trout that measure in pounds lurk these waters. We fish the long pools, riffles and runs, dead drifting both dries and nymphs for these hungry beats. Along with some incredible trout fishing, we also see the Elk from the Great Smoky Mountainous National Park who frequently cross the river and stop to watch us fish! Winter Fishing in the Smoky Mountains,

Winter Fly Fishing the Smoky Mountains National Park

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is amazingly beautiful during the Winter. The fishing can be very rewarding on days where we see warming trends in air temperatures which bring on hatches of Caddis,  Little Winter Stoneflies and Blue Winged Olives. Most fishing inside the park this time of year is done with nymphs, however most afternoons we see good opportunities to fish with dry flies as well. On most winter days inside the park you rarely see another fisherman, and the peacefulness is well worth throwing on an extra layer for!

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Fly Fishing the Smokies offers Gift Certificates for all of our Fly Fishing Trips!

You can pick up a Gift Certificate for family and friends for that special occasion and they can book their trip anytime in 2016! Just give us a call and we’ll be happy to get one out to you! We email our Gift Certificates to you, with your loved one’s name in the certificate, that way you don’t have to wait anxiously on the mail hoping it’s there in time. Just print it off, wrap it up, and you’re all set! 263     Fly Fishing, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Sevierville, Kids, Family Fly Fishing, Kids Fly Fishing, We offer Gift Certificates for any of our Guided Trips and at every location we guide! We look forward to helping you make this Fly Fishing Gift a special one! Our office number is (828)-488-7665 or email us at guides@flyfishingthesmokies.net Fly Fishing the Smokies staff
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Fly Fishing Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge

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Planning some Fly Fishing Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge Tennessee this spring and summer? Plan ahead, and book now to reserve your spot for Guided Fly Fishing with the guides at Fly Fishing the Smokies! Take advantage of our new Online Booking and Reservation system with Flybook. Just click the Book Online! button to the side of the screen, and follow the simple instructions. Our reservation system allows you to view our calander and make your choices for the many  great guided fly fishing trips we offer. Just choose the trip that YOU want, and pick the date from the calander, it's that easy. Our reservation system accepts all major credit cards and takes only seconds to book your trip. You'll know in real time if the date and trip you have selected is available and if not an alternative date will be shown on the calander. Talk about a bunch of country boys gone Hi Tech! Book online So join us on the water this year and fly fish the Great Smoky Mountains with us. You'll have a great time and experience a side of the Smokies that few ever see. Fly Fishing the Smokies is a kid freindly guide service and outfitters. We have gear and rods that are sized for the little ones. As parents ourselves, we couldn't think of a better way to spend quality time with your family than a day of guided fly fishing. See you on the water!

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