Thursday, November 30, 2006
GSMNP Fishing Report
Here is the latest Great Smoky Mountains National Park fishing report via the Asheville Citizen Times:
Rainy days have produced good hatches of Blue-Winged Olives around mid-afternoon. An effective dropper-fly combination is an Adams dry fly with a small beadhead nymph on a 2-foot trailer. Park streams are full and clear with water averaging 42-44 degrees. Best fishing is mid-morning to early afternoon.
The report also includes information for the Tuckesegee and Nantahala Rivers.