Welcome to the Fly Fishing Reports section at High Country Angler. We like to keep our customers and clients informed of the latest trips and results from North Carolina and Tennessee with write ups and photos. A lot of these fly fishing reports are on the South Holston River and Watauga River. Each time of year has it\'s unique characteristics for fly fishing whether it be for trout or bass in either NC or TN. So, changing according to the time of year and conditions is very important to catching fish. Don\'t forget if you are looking for gift ideas we also offer gift certificates for all our trips.
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
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
The Spring fishing in East Tennessee has been great and will continue throughout the summer. Some folks have the misconception that summertime is not a good time to go trout fishing. That is far from the truth, especially on these waters that are tailwaters(rivers below
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. Thought I would give a fishing report for the Watauga and South Holston Rivers. Float fishing on the Watauga has been productive and the preferred trip. Wade fishing on the South Holston River has been the only option here lately due to TVA working on the dam
Figured it was time for a fly fishing report for the Watauga and South Holston Rivers here in East Tennessee. The fishing trips have been pretty great throughout the summer. Plenty of fish being caught both on top and on nymph rigs.
Winter trout fishing in Tennessee has been action packed. Tailwaters are really great fisheries in the winter due to their constant temperatures even when it is cold outside. We have been catching most of our trout on nymph rigs with some dry fly action. The rivers