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Re: Smoky Mountains Trout Fishing
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One last time on this. We have a group of about 15 interested and nearly committed for April 25-29, 2007. There is still room for more, but we are at the point that a decision must be made on one large cabin or two smaller cabins, so if you are interested, speak now. tomgamber, you expressed an interest, but never got me an e-mail address. Now would be the time if you still have an interest.

Here is a webpage I put together to let you know a little about the trip and planning options: Smokies Trip Information Page

Send me a PM with your e-mail address if you're interested and I'll bring you up to speed on the planning.

Posted on: 2006/12/16 9:09
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Re: Smoky Mountains Trout Fishing

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I heard you make mention of the trip the other day...thought i'd move this up so you can tell us whats going on. Haven't heard anything in a while...what'd I miss?

Posted on: 2007/3/6 10:07


Re: Smoky Mountains Trout Fishing
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You haven't missed anything yet:

Smoky Mountains Fishing trip Information Page

Posted on: 2007/3/6 11:14
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Re: Smoky Mountains Trout Fishing

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It's a little outside of the smokies (in Pisgah National Forrest), and about an hour outside of Asheville, but if you get a chance try to fish the Davidson. It's a wild Brown, Rainbow, and Brooke stream that gets runoff water from a hatchery right next to it. This hatchery runoff water is nutrient rich, so the trout there get HUGE. Thats where I cought the Brown in my avatar, and it was one of the med-sized ones. There were a few we saw that were easily over 30".

These fish are wild, and although they are not very skiddish, they are extreemly picky. One area my buddy showed me (which he referred to as the humble hole) had about 70 fish, but I only got 3 in 8 hours (he is a guide and only got 2).

Posted on: 2007/3/6 11:35


Re: Smoky Mountains Trout Fishing

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Here is a pod cast i think you all might have an interest in if you are going on the trip. The third on the list. http://www.itinerantangler.com/podcasts/podcasts

The Itinerant Angler Podcast Season 2, #2

Posted on: 2007/3/9 10:54



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