So whether you would like to go on a fly fishing guide trip to big tailwaters with lunker brown and rainbow trout or for some wild and native trout, we can make your day one to remember. It doesn't matter where you are in the spectrum of fishing skills. Our fly fishing guides tailor to the beginner or advanced fisherman. Take one of our trips and let us give you a the fly fishing adventure of a lifetime.
Welcome to High Country Angler Fly Fishing Guide Service for East Tennessee and Western North Carolina that provides trips in the southeastern United States. Here in the Blue Ridge, Appalachian, and Smoky Mountains of North Carolina and East Tennessee are some of the finest trout streams you will ever fly fish. High Country Angler Fly Fishing Guide Service is a professional fly fishing guide service that also offers a fly fishing school, lessons and classes for the North Carolina and East Tennessee mountains. If you are looking for a fly fishing vaction in North Carolina or a fly fishing vacation in Tennessee we can accommodate you. Our guides fish on some of the best named trout waters in the south. We provide fly fishing on the tailwaters of the South Holston River and the Watauga River in TN, the Holston River in TN and Delayed Harvest waters in Western North Carolina plus many more which fish great year round. Our fly fishing float trips for trout and smallmouth bass are all taken in the comfort of a Hyde drift boat. The float trips for trout fishing are done on the tailwaters of the Watauga River in Elizabethton, TN and the South Holston River outside of Bristol, TN. The smallmouth fishing is done on the Holston River outside of Kingsport, TN. Our wade fly fishing days can be done in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina or Tennessee. You can pick between fly fishing easy access trout streams or native wild trout streams. The secluded backwoods trip does require a hike to the native wild trout streams. These rivers and streams are all close to where I live in Johnson City, TN.
Well, I figured it was time for an update on fly fishing the Watauga River and fly fishing the South Holston River. The Spring and Summer fishing has just been terrific. Lots of fish caught and lots of nice fish boated as well. Both of these rivers just have some
Hello and hope you are having a good day. Figured it was time for a fishing report with some great shots of big brown's and rainbow's that we have been catching on our fly fishing guided trips. Floating on the Watauga and South Holston
Fly fishing in Tennessee and North Carolina have been terrific. Both states have their abundance of trout at this time. Fly fishing delayed harvest in North Carolina is good and of course you can't beat the tailwaters of East Tennessee for the consistent year round bite.
Fishing has been great so far this spring. We are getting good hatches and lots of fish. We have landed some big fish in the tailwaters of the Watauga river this year. Caught some smallmouth on the Holston river too. Be sure to check out the latest pictures from a great Spring so far in 2012
Hello and hope you have had a chance to do some fishing. Fly Fishing on the South Holston River and Watauga River in East Tennessee have been pretty terrific this summer. Plenty of fish were caught on dry flies, dry droppers and nymph rigs. I am pretty pumped up
Okay, time for a fishing report. The Watauga and South Holston River of East Tennessee have fished great all Winter and now the warming of Spring is right around the corner. Spring is a arguably the best time of year to fish, hatches can be
Hello and hope you have had a chance to wet a line this Spring or Summer. We have had plenty of rain this year but have not been washed away here in East Tennessee and the fishing has been terrific. Plenty of trout are being caught, size
Well, I have stayed busy all through the summer and we have caught a lot of trout. The constant action topped with a nice sized trout every now and again makes for great days on the water. The Watauga River has been my river of choice and I will move more towards
Hello and hope things are well. I want to thank everyone for all the great trips this year and look forward to fishing with you again in 2012. We have a had a terrific year of fishing with size and numbers. I am starting to taper off on fishing the Watauga and hitting the South Holston
Hello and hope things are well. Trout fishing on the South Holston and Watauga Rivers in East Tennessee has been great throughout the winter. We had some great luck fishing a little bit of everything. Nymph rigs, dry dropper rigs and blue winged olive dry flies did the