Guided Trips

UPDATE: 2/7/2016 Smokies Fly Fishing Report -- Cold water is back for the next week or so. In fact, it looks like we may end up with some snow over the next 2-3 days. Expect the fishing to be slow although a few fish can usually be dredged up on nymphs and midges. If you want a shot at some larger fish, try throwing some streamers. In particular, olive or brown sculpin patterns might get a big brown trout interested.

Caney Fork Fly Fishing Report: Flows are up even more than they have been but fish can still be caught on streamers. The cold months are streamer season for this river so contact me about a float trip if you want to enjoy this fishing at TroutZoneAnglers@gmail.com or call/text (931) 261-1884.

Cumberland Plateau Fishing Report: The musky streams have been running high since the heavy rain last week but are dropping closer to a good fishable level and now is the time to get out and chase the toothy critters. Keep an eye on flows and get out if the weather warms even a little.

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Photo of the Month: Fall Colors Revisited

Photo of the Month: Fall Colors Revisited

Monday, February 06, 2012

Thinking

When you are at work and daydreaming, what are you normally thinking about?  I catch myself thinking not only about fishing but the beautiful places where the sport takes me.  When all else fails, I'm thinking of a favorite river and what the water looks like in those first hours of daylight or perhaps right as the sun is setting and the fish are getting active....something like this:


2 comments:

  1. Yes, that really is an important part of our sport. Appreciating all the beautiful places it takes us. Unfortunately I've seen some of my favorite places spoiled and damaged by greedy persons that are just out to get money of everything instead of letting beautiful places be alone for everyone to enjoy.

    Have fun daydreaming and fly fishing in beautiful places,
    M.O.

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  2. Nothing wrong with daydreaming at work as long as your boss doesn't catch you. Once you retire, you can daydream at home, I do.

    Mark

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