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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-29-2018, 03:39 PM Thread Starter
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Anybody near Charlotte NC?

Any of you guys near Charlotte NC using Trout Spey set ups? I've been using switch and spey rods on trips to Washington and BC and started using a 2wt trout spey here in NC for trout. I haven't seen anyone else on my home waters using one and the rods are definitely not sold in shops are here lol. Just wondering if I'm alone here North Carolina!

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Not in North Carolina but may head down that way over the winter. Still looking for an rv park open year round within a reasonable distance to good trout water.
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Not in North Carolina but may head down that way over the winter. Still looking for an rv park open year round within a reasonable distance to good trout water.
Plenty of RV parks/campgrounds down here open year round. We do get snow and cold/cool weather but not anything crazy. Late fall and winter is the best time in NC to fly fish. Cherokee and Bryson City have numerous RV parks and the fishing on the Tuckesegee and on the Cherokee Reservation is very good.

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Just found a place in Whittier and it on the river. Early January looks good as long as weather cooperates.
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That would be a good area. Lots of delayed harvest stuff on the Tuck and just a few minutes away from Cherokee and Smoky Mountain National Park. There's also good stuff on the Tennessee side as well. Check out Jeb Hall's Southern Appalachian Fly Guide it's a great guide book with very clear directions to streams and seasonal regulations for those streams.

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