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SMOKY MOUNTAINS FISHING
Whether you are fly fishing for native brook trout in a cool Smoky mountain stream, smallmouth or largemouth bass in Fontana Lake or rainbow or brown trout in one of the many stocked NC Mountains streams, Swain Countyoffers very diverse fishing habitats.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Nantahala National Forest offer hundreds of miles of spectacularly clear streams. Just a few minutes from Bryson City, the sparkling waters of Deep Creek are ready for fly fishing, and many anglers enjoy the Nantahala River just west of town.
Many consider March the best month for fly fishing in the Smokies, and NOC's guides, led by "Jeb" Hall (author of Western North Carolina Fly Guide) know these streams better than anyone. Book your guided fishing trip today or even learn to kayak fish and get out where the fish are. Also, look for NOC's new fly shop, opening in March.
FLY FISHING GUIDE SERVICES
Swain County Stocked Waters
Deep Creek (2 miles from Great Smoky Mountains National Park to Tuskasegee River)
Conley's Creek (7 miles entire creek except Sugar Cove Branch)
Alarka Creek (16 miles to Fontana Lake)
Nantahala River (8 miles Macon County line to Wesser Falls)