Published May 1. 2016 - 5 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 12. 2018

Getting Wild

Get Stoked for some Blue Lining this upcoming summer!

We hiked a 3 mile stretch of water in the Great Smokey Mountain National Park. The river along the trail was full of native brook trout. We made our way up the river, fishing some sections no wider than 2 feet. Bugs were plentiful and the brush was as well. Targeting these small but colorful brook trout is a very favorable alternative to fishing hatchery supported trout streams, especially in the summer time.


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