Re: Cherokee N.C.
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Posted by Len Taliaferro on July 03, 1997 at 13:16:06:
In Reply to: Re: Cherokee N.C. posted by RoyC on June 29, 1997 at 06:50:58:
> The quality of fishing is pretty good, with the tribe operating their own hatchery and stocking the rivers twice a week. One of the stockings is a trophy size fish stcking.
> The cost is $5.00 per day or $20.00(?) for five days. You can pickup the daily permits from many stores on the reservation one of which is the One Feather Fly Shop which can also give you some info on patterns and the like. Once you get out of town the rivers are not crowed normally.
> Enjoy the fishing.
Charlie -- The cherokee Nation has a website with all the details about fishing on the reservation along with maps, etc. Use your web browser to find it. I think it will answer most of
> > Hey everybody,
> > Has any one fished in the Indian Reservation
> > in Cherokee N.C.? I was looking for information on
> > the quality of fishing, any special regulations, tribal
> > license, camping, ect. Thanks in advance for your help.
> > Charlie
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