Guided Trips

UPDATE: 5/24/2015 -- Streams in the Smokies are getting lower with the recent lack of rainfall. Dry/dropper rigs are accounting for a lot of fish, especially on the dropper. High gradient streams in the mid and higher elevations will fish better because of the broken water but water temperatures are still acceptable all the way to the Park boundary on Little River. We could use some rain so keep praying, doing rain dances, or whatever it is you do to get the water flowing.

The Caney Fork continues to fish well. Conditions vary from good to great with some days being easier than others. On days that start out slow, a pattern change or two will keep the rods bent. 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. With the holiday weekend and summer coming up, expect the fishing pressure to steadily increase on this river so get out and enjoy it while you can.

Cumberland Plateau smallmouth fishing is definitely getting cranked up. Two weeks ago, I landed my new personal best smallie from a favorite local stream. This fishing will only improve. Isonychias are hatching on the smallie streams here on the Plateau and Golden Stoneflies should be just around the corner. Over the next few weeks, the streams will transition to great surface terrestrial and popper fishing.

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Photo of the Month: Spring Rainbow Trout

Photo of the Month: Spring Rainbow Trout

Friday, November 26, 2010

November Sunset

This is one of many reasons why I love the cold months.  It seems the sunrises and sunsets are consistently better this time of year, and of course that could just be my imagination.  Regardless, I DO know that I particularly enjoyed the sunset this evening despite the coldest temperatures of the season yet and stiff breeze that tried in vain to deter my photography session.  The beauty in the heavens was too much for me to be distracted by something as insignificant as cold weather.  Here are a few of the pictures from the evening...








5 comments:

  1. That, is a pretty impressive sunset.

    Mark

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  2. Don't those pictures just warm the corners of anyone's mind.

    Happy Holiday's

    Whitetail Woods Blog / Deer Hunting and Blackpowder Shooting at it’s best.

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  3. Wow...those skies are simply stunning. Great shots.

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  4. Stunning pics! Very nice indeed.

    The Average Joe Fisherman
    http://averagejoefisherman.blogspot.com/

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  5. Love the sunsets ! thanks for posting them and enjoyed reading your blog

    Merry Christmas

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