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Rainbow Trout Fly Fishing Guided Trip in the Great Smoky MountainsThe Great Smoky Mountains are home to over 2,000 miles of streams, making it a haven for trout and other fish species. Rainbow trout, in particular, are abundant in these waters, and they provide a thrilling challenge for fly fishermen of all skill levels. 

With the expert guides at Turning Stone’s Fly Fishing, you'll have the opportunity to cast your line in some of the best rainbow trout streams in the area, including the Little River, Deep Creek, and the West Fork of the Pigeon River.

The Wonder of the Great Smoky Mountains

The majesty of the Great Smoky Mountains is not limited to just fly fishing; there are plenty of things to do while you are not wading through streams, including:

  • Hiking: The park has hundreds of miles of hiking trails, ranging from easy nature walks to strenuous hikes to the tops of peaks.
  • Wildlife Watching: The Great Smoky Mountains is home to a variety of wildlife, including black bears, elk, white-tailed deer, and many bird species. Visitors can go on guided tours or simply keep their eyes peeled while exploring the park.
  • Waterfalls: The park is home to many beautiful waterfalls, including Abrams Falls, Laurel Falls, and Grotto Falls. Visitors can hike to these waterfalls and even swim in some of the pools at their base.
  • Scenic Drives: There are several scenic drives in the park, including the Cades Cove Loop Road and the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail. These drives offer breathtaking views of the mountains and the park's beautiful landscapes.
  • Historical Sites: The Great Smoky Mountains is rich in history and culture, and visitors can explore historic sites such as old cabins, churches, and grist mills. Some popular sites include the Mingus Mill, Cades Cove, and the Oconaluftee Visitor Center.
  • Shopping and Dining: The nearby towns of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge offer a variety of shopping and dining options, from local artisan shops to chain restaurants.
  • Relaxation: If you're looking to unwind, the Great Smoky Mountains offers plenty of opportunities for relaxation, such as spa treatments, yoga classes, and scenic drives.

Turning Stone’s Fly Fishing Guides

Our guides have a wealth of local expertise and knowledge of the best fishing spots in the Smokies. We'll take you to the most productive areas of the streams, where you'll have the best chance of landing a trophy-sized rainbow trout. We use only the highest quality equipment and flies, so you can rest assured that you're using the best gear available.

Whether you're an experienced angler or a beginner, our guided trips are tailored to your skill level and personal preferences. We offer half-day and full-day trips, as well as multi-day packages that include lodging and meals. Our guides will provide instruction on casting and fly selection, and we'll work with you to develop a strategy for catching rainbow trout based on the current conditions of the stream.

In addition to the thrill of catching rainbow trout, our guided trips offer a unique opportunity to experience the natural beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains. You'll be surrounded by breathtaking scenery and wildlife, including black bears, elk, and a variety of bird species. Our guides are passionate about the environment and the conservation of these natural resources, and we strive to leave the streams and surrounding areas better than we found them.

Book Today!

At Turning Stone’s Fly Fishing, we're dedicated to providing our clients with the best possible fly fishing experience in the Great Smoky Mountains. Book your rainbow trout fly fishing guided trip with us today and discover the thrill of catching these beautiful fish in one of the most stunning natural environments in the world.