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southernstrainsouthernstrain Junior MemberPosts: 22 Greenhorn
Hey guys,

I will be making a move to fl after the new year and am very excited to learn some new fisheries and exploring all of the amazing areas. I will miss my smallmouth and musky here in NC but looking forward to tangling with some new salty fish! If any of you are heading up to NC to fish let me know if I can help as I'm sure I'll be asking lots of questions as they come to mind

:beer
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  • DowntownNashDowntownNash Senior Member MelbournePosts: 182 Officer
    Awesome, take a seat.

    I'm gonna be in the Knoxville/Smoky Mt area for Christmas break doing a little bit of stream hopping but mostly walking around whatever trails I can find. Not too far from your area. Do you know of any "must-see" areas out that way?
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  • southernstrainsouthernstrain Junior Member Posts: 22 Greenhorn
    Most of my smokies experience is on the NC side but I would def fish any of the feeders to the little river in the park. A friend of mine just opened a shop in knoxville (not sure if I can post the name) but it's new and in knoxville worth a google search :) We've been unusually warm here this winter and the small streams are still fishing well. My favorite area on the TN side is tremont in the park. The stream that high up is closed for a few years but it is beautiful and worth walking the trails! Elkmont is also beautiful, park at the campground and start walking upstream!
    Need to add some spice to your fly box? We can help!

    http://www.facebook.com/Supaflies
  • Ol'DirtyCasterOl'DirtyCaster Senior Member Posts: 2,422 Captain
    Hey guys,

    I will be making a move to fl after the new year and am very excited to learn some new fisheries and exploring all of the amazing areas. I will miss my smallmouth and musky here in NC but looking forward to tangling with some new salty fish! If any of you are heading up to NC to fish let me know if I can help as I'm sure I'll be asking lots of questions as they come to mind

    :beer


    Welcome to the forum. You can hang on to your beer, we're not that formal. And you're welcome to mention the name of your buddies shop.
  • DowntownNashDowntownNash Senior Member MelbournePosts: 182 Officer
    Good stuff, thanks. I'll definitely have to map out those areas and dig up some info.

    *edit- saw the post in the 'What're you tying' thread. Looks like you'll do fine holding your own around here.
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  • shallowrunner123shallowrunner123 Junior Member Posts: 4 Greenhorn
    What about Asheville area?
  • DudeDude Senior Member OrlandoPosts: 1,780 Captain
    Welcome to the circus Southernstrain.
    DUDE!
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  • sparse greysparse grey Senior Member Cudjoe KeyPosts: 1,751 Captain
    Welcome & enjoy your stay.
    Ron Conner Release the fish, keep the memories. Once a Knight is enough.
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