Tennessee Fly Fishing: Top 7 Places for the Best Trout Fishing

Tennessee fly fishing

If Tennessee fly fishing is on your bucket list or you’re a Tennessean just looking for the next best creek to fish, this guide is for you! We took some time to highlight our top 7 rivers that have the best fly fishing opportunities in the state. Whether you’re wanting to hop on the tailwaters or hit the streams in our beautiful mountains, this guide is for you!

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South Holston River Trout Fishing: The Ultimate Guide

south holston trout fishing

The South Holston River, located in northeastern Tennessee in the city of Bristol, is widely considered one of the premier trout fishing destinations in the United States. The river, which is fed by the dam at South Holston Lake, is known for its clear, cold water and abundant population of rainbow, brown, and brook trout.

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Trout Fishing in Winter: 8 Tips and Tricks

Trout fishing in winter can be an incredibly rewarding experience, despite the colder temperatures and the more challenging conditions. However, with our 8 practical tips and tricks for committed anglers, it will become downright easy to secure that winter trout catch. From selecting the right gear and flies that trout can’t resist, to different techniques and the best places for finding fish, our guide will help you go into battle prepared for the ultimate trout-catching adventure this winter.

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November Fishing Report

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South Holston: Consistent water on the South Holston River has been premium with an average flow of 1300 CFS. The quality and quantity of fish has increased as spawning season is in full affect. It has been odd start to the winter months with great caddis hatches and the majority of fish being taken on…

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Fly Fishing in Bristol, TN: An Anglers Guide

fishing in bristol tn

Fly fishing in Bristol, Tn is truly a one of a kind experience! Bristol is the Birthplace of Country Music and nothing goes better with country music than fly fishing! This picturesque location is home to some of the best fly fishing in the country, and is a popular destination for anglers from all over. It’s home to the South Holston River, which is known for its staggering wild brown trout population of 8,500 fish per mile! Not to mention the many mountain streams you can find nestled in the Appalachian Mountains. If you’re a new angler or you’ve been around for decades, Bristol has something for everyone! Below we will explore what makes Bristol, TN such an amazing place for anglers.

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