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Old 02-25-18, 08:45 AM   #11
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Send us your money and I promise we will take good care of it! I would second the annual license as NC is not that far from GA and make sure you purchase the trout stamp. Game Lands or any other, gotta have the trout stamp.

Decided to go double check on the trout stamp thing and found this curiosity:

" ... You will need to buy a fishing license in New York for either inland (freshwater) or coastal (saltwater) fishing depending on where you plan to fish in North Carolina. North Carolina freshwater fishing licenses (also known as basic licenses) are required to fish in any bodies of water located inland from the coast of North Carolina, including joint waters and Public Mountain Trout Waters ..."

I had no idea I had to buy my North Carolina fishing license in New York ..........
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Old 02-25-18, 11:52 PM   #12
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There are 3 areas of the Nantahala below the lake.

One is the "bypass" from the dam to White Oak Creek.

It has a few wild rainbows and browns

The DH section is by far the most popular and gets stocked with hatchery fish

Below where the water discharge from the dam empties into the river it has wild browns and rainbows plus fish that run up from Fontana Lake.

There are big ones in that section along with the occaisional rock bass or walleye
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