Wilson Creek Fishing Report

It’s March and you know what that means! Our DH streams get a fresh run of fish for spring. Since the East Tenn. tail-waters are recovering from all the rain we received earlier this week, Chris Mench from Ft. Mill and I decided to hit Wilson Creek and help educate the new fish. We caught brook, brown, and rainbow trout. I started off the day working some snooty holdovers, after a catching a few it was off to head hunt. We caught fish on nymph’s, streamers, and dries. The dry fly action was great today!

NCWRC has stocked a ton of browns this year, more than I have seen them stock in a while. Not to mention there were some really nice brood trout releases, some pushing the 30 inch mark.

If you are wanting to see what fly fishing is all about or you are wanting to brush up on you technique, I highly recommend a trip n Wilson Creek. If you are interested in a trip, we offer half and full day guided trips on Wilson Creek. Contact us for more details.

Ryan

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About Ryan

Fly fishing guide in Western North Carolina, East Tennessee, and North Georgia.
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2 Responses to Wilson Creek Fishing Report

  1. Jamie says:

    Huge Brookie! Looks like a Big Fish Day!

    • Ryan says:

      Yeah, and lots of easy fish too. I like it when they spread out and settle in. We did find some holdovers to fish to. You can always tell when they won’t look at your fly until the drift is perfect.

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