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

Destinations: Tuckasegee River, North Carolina
Continuing with our new Stream Section of the Perfect Fly website, this one is a
stream that is very popular during the winter in the southeastern area. It is one of
North Carolina's twenty-two "Delayed Harvest" trout streams. Those are streams
that are deemed not capable of sustaining a good population of trout during the
warm months of the year, yet will provide good fishing during the cooler months of
the year. Basically, the trout must be released during the delayed harvest season
but can be caught and possessed at other times within the creel regulations. This is
one of, if not the most popular delayed harvest stream in the state -

Fishing Cold Water - Part 5
This article deals with the methods and techniques used fly fishing cold water in the
streams of Great Smoky Mountains National Park -
Fishing Cold Water Part 5.

Copyright 2009 James Marsh