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Fishing In Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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Fishing In Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Great Smoky Mountains National Park has about 2,115 miles of streams within its boundaries, and protects one of the last wild trout habitats in the eastern United States. The park offers a wide variety of angling experiences from remote, headwater trout streams to large, coolwater smallmouth bass streams. Most streams remain at or near their carrying capacity of fish and offer a great opportunity to catch these species throughout the year.Fishing is permitted year-round in the park, from 30 minutes before official sunrise to 30 minutes after official sunset. The park allows fishing in all streams EXCEPT the following streams tungsten cheburashka sinker and their tributaries upstream from the points described:North Carolina Bear Creek at its junction with Forney Creek.Tennessee Lynn Camp Prong upstream of its confluence with Thunderhead Prong.These streams are closed to fishing to allow fish to repopulate following restoration work. For the exact location, consult the appropriate USGS 1:24,000 Quadrangle Map available at park visitor centers. Detailed information, including a complete list of regulations and a map of fishable park waters, is also available at any visitor center or ranger station.License Requirements You must possess a valid fishing license or permit from either Tennessee or North Carolina. Either state license is valid throughout the park and no trout stamp is required. Fishing licenses and permits are not available in the park, but may be purchased in nearby towns or online (links provided by state below). Special permits are required for fishing in Gatlinburg and Cherokee.Tennessee License Requirements Residents and nonresidents age 13 and older must have a valid license. Residents age 65 and older may obtain a special license from the state. Buy a license from the state government of Tennessee.North Carolina License Requirements Residents and nonresidents age 16 and older need a license. Residents age 70 and older may obtain a special license from the state. Buy a license from the state government of North Carolina.Persons under 16 in North Carolina and under 13 in Tennessee are entitled to the adult daily bag and possession limits and are subject to all other regulations.Season Fishing is permitted year-round in open waters.Time Fishing is allowed from a half hour before official sunrise to a half hour after official sunset.Daily Possession Limits Five (5) brook, rainbow or brown trout, smallmouth bass, or a combination of these, each day or in possession, regardless of whether they are fresh, stored in an ice chest, or otherwise preserved. The combined total must not exceed five fish.Twenty (20) rock bass may be kept in addition to the above limit.A person must stop fishing immediately after obtaining the limit.Size Limits Brook, rainbow, and brown trout: 7 inch minimum Smallmouth bass: 7 inch minimum Rockbass: no minimumTrout or smallmouth bass caught less than the legal length shall be immediately returned to the water from which it was taken.Lures, Bait, and Equipment Fishing is permitted only by the use of one hand-held rod.Only artificial flies or lures with a single hook may be used. Dropper flies may be used. Up to two flies on a leader.Use or possession of any form of fish bait or liquid scent other than artificial flies or lures on or along any park stream while in possession of fishing tackle is prohibited. Prohibited baits include, but are not limited to, minnows (live or preserved), worms, corn, cheese, bread, salmon eggs, pork rinds, liquid scents and natural baits found along streams.Use or possession of double, treble, or gang hooks is prohibited.Fishing tackle and equipment, including creels and fish in possession, are subject to inspection by authorized personnel.Safety Standing and wading in streams can drain body heat and lead to hypothermia. Rising water levels resulting from sudden mountain storms occur quite frequently, so monitor water levehttp://arthuryves.mee.nu/milwaukee
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