R&R Fly Fishing posted this winter footage of Big Creek in Great Smoky Mountain National Park and had this to say,
We just found this nifty video of Big Creek in the snow from the recent winter storm that stretched from the Smokies up to the Northeast. Big Creek is one of those streams that isn’t at all convenient for us to reach from Townsend which probably helps make it one of those places we really like. Tons of massive boulders, very few people, and a nice blend of wild rainbows and native brook trout once you get way back in the backcountry.
Visit our DIY guide to fly fishing in Great Smoky Mountains National Park for a map of trout streams in the park.
Ken is an avid fisherman of 40+ years who loves to explore and find new places to fish. He created DIY Fly Fishing to help you do the same.
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