The South Holston is still cranking water but that has not slowed us down a bit. The high water nymph bite has been on point and the dry fly fishing is getting better every day. Sulpher’s are hatching and the fish are starting to look up to target our buttery morsel of a Mayfly. Midges and Scuds are also bringing fish to the net in mornings. In the afternoons? well that would be a different story, Our resident Sulphers are hatching like clockwork bringing to the table a experience that can only be witnessed to understand.
The Watauga has seen big flows over the last couple weeks but over the last two days they have turned the water down making the TAUG fishable again. This will be a great flow for the tailwater whether you are on foot or have a boat. This is a great time to be fishing our rivers in east Tennessee , come get in on the action.