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Flies Needed "Now" for Fishing the Smokies for Trout

These are the Insects and other food the trout may be eating and what you should be imitating. It
also
includes those insects that are getting close to hatching because those are the ones you
should be imitating with a nymph.

Hatching:
1.    BWOs (little bwo's)
2.    Giant Black Stoneflies
3.    Light Cahills
4.    Cinnamon Sedges (mostly Abrams but some in all streams)
5.    Eastern Pale Evening Duns
6.    Short-horned Sedges
7.    American March Browns
8.    Sulphurs
9.    Green Sedges
10.  Little Yellow Stoneflies
11.  Golden Stoneflies

Most available/Other types of available food:
12   Sculpin, Minnows (Streamers)
13.   Inch Wroms

These are the flies that you need to imitate them (Click on the Flies)
1. Blue-winged Olives
Hook Size  18, 20
Nymphs
Emergers
Duns
Spinners

2. Giant Black Stoneflies
Hook Size 4/6
Nymphs
Adults

3. LIght Cahills
Hook Size 14/16
Nymphs
Emergers
Duns'
Spinners

4. Cinnamon Sedges (mostly Abrams but some in most streams)
Hook Size 16
Larva
Pupa
Adults

5. Eastern Pale Evening Duns
Hook Size 14
Nymphs
Emergers
Duns
Spinners

6. Short-horned Sedges
Hook Size 20
Pupa
Adults

7. American March Browns
Hook Size 10/12
Nymphs
Emergers
Duns
Spinners

8. Sulphurs
Hook Size: 16/18
Nymphs
Emergers
Duns
Spinners

9. Green Sedges
larva
pupa
adults

10. Little Yellow Stoneflies:
Hook Size 14
Nymphs
Adults

11. Golden Stoneflies
nymphs
adults

Most available & Other types of available food:

12. Streamers: Especially good in off colored, high water & early/late in the day
Hook Size 6
Brown Sculpin
White Belly Sculpin
Other choice as shown: (Optional)

13. Inch Worms:
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