UPDATE:8/2/2015 -- A guide trip to the North Carolina side of the Park went well on Friday. There were a few micro caddis on the water and caddis pupa were doing the trick. Terrestrials are still accounting for most fish but don't overlook hatches when they occur.
The Caney Fork is fishing very well this year. I'll be on the river floating for the next couple of days. This hot dry weather should get the terrestrial bite going really well. Contact me about a float trip if you want to get in on this great fishing at TroutZoneAnglers@gmail.com or call/text (931) 261-1884.
Cumberland Plateau smallmouth fishing is great when the water levels cooperate. The terrestrial fishing continues to be very good. There is very little reason to throw anything other than topwater right now. Ever caught a Coosa bass? That is a possibility right now as well!
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Wednesday, March 03, 2010
A Little Help
I'm currently thinking about heading down to Florida for spring break to camp and fish in the Everglades. I know absolutely nothing about that area. Thus, I'm shamelessly begging for a little information to help me decide whether it is a trip I want to do. The spring hatches should be starting here in the Smokies, and I'm having a hard time being convinced that it is worth the trip to FL. Currently I don't own any saltwater gear so I only need information on the freshwater portion of the Everglades...no ocean fishing for me... If you are willing to offer advice, feel free to reply here or you can email me. Thanks!
Posted by David Knapp at 1:41 PM