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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Construction is underway on the all new Fly Fishing Trail website.  Not to be confused with Jackson County's WNC Fly Fishing Trail, the "trail" isn't actually a physical hiking trail. Instead, it's a "trail" of some of the best trout/smallmouth waters nestled between Mt. Mitchell, Roan Mountain, and Grandfather Mountain. While fishing this area, you're never too far from some of the highest peaks in eastern North America. The streams all run through Madison, Burke, McDowell, Yancey, Mitchell, and Avery Counties.

Once the site is complete, information from the best places to fish to accommodations and area attractions will be easily accessible. Tucker Horne, a current member of the NC Fly Fishing Team, is putting the website together. So far, it looks incredible. Looking forward to the finished product!

Make sure you give their Facebook page a like for updates and news!

Additional info from the site: 

Welcome to the East Coast's "Largest and Best" Fly Fishing Trail!
"The Fly Fishing Trail", located in the high country between Boone and Asheville, features some of the best trout waters in Western North Carolina. These waters are situated between Mt. Mitchell, Grandfather Mountain, and Roan Mountain... all of which exceed 6000 feet in elevation.

"The Fly Fishing Trail" details over 500 miles of pristine trout and smallmouth waters. Whether chasing brook trout at 4500 feet, brown trout on a tailrace, wild rainbow trout in one of our many wilderness refuges, smallmouth bass on the North Toe River, or chucking 10 inch streamers after musky, the waters in this region offer the fly fisherman a lifetime of fishing opportunities. Whether you seek quantity or size, open water or small streams, "The Fly Fishing Trail" is your guide to the best fly fishing on the East Coast. Planning your fly fishing destination trip is made easy here on "The Fly Fishing Trail" website.

Complimentary maps, stream detail, hatch charts, lodging information, area attractions and more are available here. Use the Trail Guide to make arrangements for accommodations at one of the local cabins, campgrounds, or inns, learn about local restaurants, shopping, area attractions, and even book a guided fly fishing trip with one of the local guide services.


Kev2380 said...

I don't know, to be honest it just seems like another way to advertise trout maps. There really isn't a trail. It's more like a wild trout region.

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