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Old 03-10-18, 10:25 AM   #11
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It's really quite simple in that if a hot dry summer, the lower elevation streams will not fish well. If it's a long cool and wet spring/early summer, the lower elevation waters may be great. Side note, many DH streams continue to be stocked during the summer temperature depending. On the other hand, if it's hot and dry come on up and chase green trout! A.K.A. smallmouth. To quote Kevin Howell, for smallmouth the hotter the better. There are guided float trips for smallies on the French Broad and the Tuck and even the occasional muskie.
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Old 03-10-18, 04:52 PM   #12
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I'd say bass and panfish would be a better quarry in the summer
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Old 03-12-18, 12:02 PM   #13
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Thanks for all the responses.. It looks like NC will be winning out as it is a hella lot less expensive...
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Old 03-12-18, 03:46 PM   #14
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yessir! let me know if we can do anything to help.

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Thanks for all the responses.. It looks like NC will be winning out as it is a hella lot less expensive...
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Old 03-16-18, 09:01 AM   #15
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Dylar is spot-on.

Really hard to say this far out. Could be hot and dry, could be mild with good water levels. This winter has been great for rebuilding water levels, so unless the rain and snow completely stops and the temps get real high, my guess is it will be a good year for fishing.
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