Reel Angling Adventures
leads adventurous fly-
fishermen to the region's
most beautiful venues
where wild rainbows,
brookies and browns
are the main attractions. Destinations include the
streams and rivers of
Great Smoky Mountains
National Park and the
highland streams of north Georgia, western North
Carolina and southeast Tennessee.
Remote Wild Trout Treks
by Reel Angling
Adventures are, indeed, adventurous outings that
take you on
foot into headwater streams and spring creeks where both the
trout and the scenery are spectacular.
Our destinations --
Hazel Creek, Eagle Creek, Coopers Creek, Slickrock Creek,
Snowbird Creek and many, many more unnamed streams
classic examples of the high-elevation, remote
trout waters of the southern reach of
the Appalachian Mountains ... a large variety of ferns and
mosses spread a green carpet across the streamside slopes and
fishermen on the trout waters in the mountains of Georgia,
Carolina call it when they catch all three species of wild trout
-- rainbow, brook and brown trout -- in a single day's fishing.
trout are the superstars of this trio of trout. As the native
trout of the region, the brookie holds a special place in the
hearts of many area fly-fishermen. Eager to take a fly, brookies
are pure hellions when hooked, despite their small size. A
trophy native brook trout measures 8 inches or more.
'em all -- with the guides
of Reel Angling Adventures -- on the watersheds of Noontootlah
Creek, Hazel Creek, Eagle Creek, Coopers Creek, Slickrock Creek,
Snowbird Creek and many, many more unnamed streams in Georgia,
North Carolina and Tennessee.