Insects and other foods the trout may be eating:
1.   Blue-winged Olives
2.   Great Brown Autumn Sedge
3.   Little Yellow Quills
4.   Needle Stoneflies
5.   Crane Flies
6.   Hellgrammite
7.   Streamers - matching sculpin, baitfish and small crayfish
8.   Midges

Stream Conditions in the Smokies
If you have the opportunity, you may want to fish the Smokies today. It is supposed
to reach 60 degrees in Pigeon Forge today, and should be a good day for fishing
the park. The water is going to be high in some streams, but that shouldn't hurt you
too much. In fact, it may even help, if you fish streamers.

Basics of Fly Fishing: Trout Food Series - Top Tip on Stoneflies
Continuing with our basic trout food series, lets proceed with one of if not the,
most important aquatic insect in Great Smoky Mountains National Park - stoneflies.
Here are the
top questions we get about stoneflies.

Stream and Lake Destinations - Raven Fork (GSMNP) North Carolina
We have about a dozen streams in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
complete in our stream section of our "Perfect Fly site", so for a few days we will
features streams that are most important to you starting with the best brook trout
stream in the park -
The Raven Fork.

Copyright 2009 James Marsh