Yesterday, I had the pleasure of guiding Steve and his son-in-law Dave on a full day smallmouth bass float trip on the Tuckasegee River. We floated a 5 mile section #15 on the Western North Carolina Fly Fishing Trail from Barkers Creek to Whitter. The water was still high and off-color from the last heavy rain and the East Fork releases.
Dave and Steve put rainbow and brown trout in the net as well as several smallmouth bass, spotted bass and red-eye bass. Flies and tackle used on the trip included: Various #4-6 Clouser Minnows(Black/Chartreuse, Perch, Dark Olive/Yellow), #6 Black Lead-Eye Buggers and Black and Dark Olive Tube Jigs.
Now is the time to book your Smallmouth wade or float trip here in beautiful Western North Carolina. We offer both wade and float trips on the Tuckasegee River and wade and float trips on the Little Tennessee River. You can choose to fly fish or use spinning tackle or both. Let us take you on your next Smallmouth Bass fishing adventure. Email or call firstname.lastname@example.org 828-587-HOOK
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