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Old 08-17-2007, 01:07 PM
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are there any websites, books, or magazines that can help this saltwater flats fisherman catch trout in North Carolinia?
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I'd punch in on the internet "Flyfishing in North Carolina" and see where it takes you. You may want to check the net for the Fish and Game Commission in NC and ask them some questions as well. Also try "Flyfishing shops in North Carolina" and see what comes up. Also, try Cortland and Orvis and see if they have any dealers in NC and I'm sure they will give you their phone numbers to call. Just some suggestions.
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troutslayer,

thanks for the insight. I will give it a go, I know the nearest orvis store where i will be staying is in sevierville, tn. about 2 hours away. I definiately will head there to pick up some key items. ( stomach pump, stream seive net, and other things that will definiately seperate my wallet from my back pocket)
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Hi tbrillinger223,

Check out this site. Some good information about North Carolina fly fishing.
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thanks again guys.
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thanks for the insight. I will give it a go, I know the nearest orvis store where i will be staying is in sevierville, tn. about 2 hours away. I definiately will head there to pick up some key items. ( stomach pump, stream seive net, and other things that will definiately seperate my wallet from my back pocket)

Forget the stomach pump.. I believe there is a high mortality rate from the use of them. How many other people out there use them
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thanks for the insight. I will give it a go, I know the nearest orvis store where i will be staying is in sevierville, tn. about 2 hours away. I definiately will head there to pick up some key items. ( stomach pump, stream seive net, and other things that will definiately seperate my wallet from my back pocket)
fishn50,

I had a buddy tell me I needed to get one so I can know exactly what the fish are eating. I was reading about them last night and decided that my knowledge of the digestive system of fish does not extend beyond what I happened to catch them on. Some of the things that I read made me realize that you can do some sevier damage to the fish. If I am not mistaken you need to catch a fish then take this midievil torture device shove it down their throat and suck everything they ate out, only to see what they are eating? Well if I just caught this fish on something why not continue using that?
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Check out this site. Some good information about North Carolina fly fishing.
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I did check out this site and is now saved in my favorites. thanks for the link.
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Hi tbrillinger223,

Glad to help out. Looking forward to hearing about your trip. You know that the creeks are very low in NC/TN due to the lack of rain in the area.
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I was told to bring my own bucket of water...
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