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Old 09-28-2011, 12:25 PM
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Default Re: Smoky Moutain Fishing Help

Welcome to the forum,

Here's hoping you'll become fly fishermen soon and when you do this will be a good place to bring your questions.

One word on lures for those waters; small. Single hook has been mentioned and if you're fishing for trout to be released you could crimp the barb down on the hook just to be a nice guy. Use a net to get hold of them and stay away from prolonged photo sessions with a fish, this is a tough time of year for them because they have to eat a lot before winter. The less you shock them the sooner they will get back to the business of being fish.

Good luck,

Ard
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