Posted by T. Mosley on October 05, 1996 at 10:55:00:
In Reply to: Out of state help? posted by Dane C. Conrad on September 26, 1996 at 15:00:36:
: I know I may be stretching the limits of the friendliness
: of fly-fishing's general fraternal codes, but I am
: trying to find out about public trout streams in/or
: around the Smokey Mtn. National Park. The trip will
: be late December 21-26, of this year. Are there
: any North Georgians who are familiar with some of these
: Any information would be greatly appreciated.
: Dane C. Conrad
There are miles of public waters within the park,
Stop at a visitors' center at the entrance to the park
and buy a trial map. This shows all the streams and
hiking trails, including landmarks and distances.
Try the Little River above Elkmont campground,
or the Middle Prong of the Little River above Treemont.
In both cases, drive to the trailhead and walk upstream
a couple of miles to find some solitude. The streams
are extremely rugged and beautiful, but very, very
clear. Use stealth when approaching the many drop
pools or you will spook everything in the creek.
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