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Fly Fishing in Gatlinburg Tennessee

Posted by on March 13, 2014

Hookers Fly Shop and Guide Service offers guided wade trips in and around Gatlinburg, Tennessee.  Our guides will be happy to meet you somewhere close to where you are staying and we will provide all the necessary equipment for a fun filled day on the water fly fishing the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains National Park.


Fly Fishing in the Smoky Mountains

We offer trips to the West Prong of Little River, Little River, Middle Prong, Abrams Creek and more.  You can choose from half day, 3/4 and full day trips.  Our half day trip is 4-4.5hrs, the 3/4 day is 6-6.5hrs on the water and the full day trips are 8-9hrs on the water.  We provide lunch on all full day trips and trips and snacks on our half and 3/4 day trips.

Guided fly fishing trips in the great smoky mountains national park

Guided fly fishing trips in the great smoky mountains national park

If you are the more adventurous type Hookers Fly Shop offers overnight backcountry trips to the more remote locations of the park.  Many of our overnight fly fishing trips are on Hazel Creek.  We can hike in, boat in or even paddle canoes or kayaks in.  Our backcountry trip leader, Jason Cole has plenty of knowledge and information about staying and playing in the backcountry.  Jason has been backpacking and camping in the remote areas of the park since he was five years old that’s almost 30 years of backcountry experience.  He has been leading trips professionally for almost 10 seasons now.   If you would like more information about these trips please feel free to email or call.

Beautiful Smoky Mountain Brown Trout

Use the convenient form below to book a trip or inquire about our services and one of our employees will contact you in less than 24 hours to confirm the trip.  In the message line list the type of trip, length, number of anglers and the date of the trip.