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Tyler Legg
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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

If the video is slow to buffer and stops frequently, click the 720p (HD) button once. The video will then switch to 360p, which buffers faster.

The above video is a short fishing report that was composed by Ian and Charity Rutter of Townsend, Tennessee. Ian and his wife Charity own R & R Fly Fishing and are renowned for their expertise on fishing Great Smoky Mountains Nat'l Park and east Tennessee. Even though it isn't a fishing report for western North Carolina, Ian shares some helpful tips that hold true for most other trout streams here in the Southeast.

In the video, you'll see footage of a pair of spawning brown trout. While they look like they're fair game for an angler, they are best left alone right now. If you see two fish in shallow water, they're spawning. We would like to have more trout in the streams next year!

2 comments:

blake said...

I love the shots of those browns on their red.

Tar Heel Fly Fishing said...

Same here! You have to be patient to get shots like that!

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