Insects and other foods the trout may be eating:
1.   Blue-winged Olives
2.   Little Black Winter Stoneflies
3.   Streamers - matching sculpin, baitfish and small crayfish
4.   Midges

Basics of Fly Fishing - Trout Food Series - Dobsonflies, Fishflies and
Next in our list of important trout foods in Great Smoky Mountains National Park are
dobsonflies, fishflies and alderflies. There are actually quite a few of these
aquatic insects in the streams of the park but I have to list them near the bottom of
the list in terms of their importance as a trout food. The Dobsonfly is eaten mostly in
its early stage of life that's called a hellgrammite. It is the most important of the
three insects I lumped together in this group.

Stream and Lake Destinations - West Prong of Little Pigeon River,
Continuing with links to our new Stream Section in our "Perfect Fly" website, we are
featuring another Great Smoky Mountains National Park stream. This is one of the
best streams in the park.
West Prong Little Pigeon River, Tennessee

Copyright 2009 James Marsh