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Old 04-15-2013, 07:04 AM
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Hers why I love NC pulled this guy out of a a spot about 5 feet wide and 3 feet deep
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Nice fish. Is that a stocker or wild?
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pretty sure it was a stocker..but thats the first big brown i have caught..normally the stocked fish around me are just rainbows and smaller browns.
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Old 04-16-2013, 08:18 AM
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I got out this weekend in one of the tributaries above the Wilson Creek Delayed Harvest section. Found a ~13" brookie about 2 miles up from the Wilson. Beautiful fish but it had to be a stocker.
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NC is a great place to be. I am trying to get into flyfishing but am struggling with finding some place to go without driving for hours. I live a 40 minutes north of charlotte does anyone have any suggestions?
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The delayed harvest waters are a phenomenal way to get started fly fishing. Check the NC wildlife site for a complete listing. I know of several within an hour of you. Get out there quick, they effectively close on June 1st.
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Thanks diamond rush, I looked at the nc wildlife site and see the list of delayed harvest waters but am not clear on how to get to any specific places it is listed by counties. is there any maps or listing of spots.
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Fishing Areas

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