Flyfisher’s Guide to Tennessee


Tennessee has long hosted some of the United States’ best big-brown-trout fisheries, yet somehow it has managed to stay under the radar. Until now. Longtime writer and flyfishing guide Don Kirk covers everything in his all new guide book the Flyfisher’s Guide to Tennessee. Productive tailwaters like the Clinch River, South Holston River and Watauga River are covered in full detail, as are their tributaries and reservoirs. And Kirk goes well beyond the major drainages, deep into the Cherokee National Forest uncovering some gorgeous gems that will give up trout for days. From brook, brown and rainbow trout to bass and panfish, Kirk covers all the gamefish. Hatch charts, detailed maps, recommended flies, specialized techniques,accommodations, sporting goods and fly shops, restaurants and all other relevant information is included. Kirk gives you tips from a lifetime of flyfishing
in Tennessee in this comprehensive volume.
If you’re ready to give the tailwater pigs a shot, or even if you just want to pluck some brookies from an idyllic mountain brook, you’ll want this book. Tennessee is the next great destination – get in while you can.