Great Smoky Mountain Fly Fishing at its Best!

Ed Hudon, Expert Fly Fishing GuideCheck out the photos to below. We have Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Palomino (Yellow) Trout, my brother Tony fishing a small creek, Dorothy catching her first fish with a fly rod. My good buddy, Tony from GA, wondering, “what the heck is that?” when an Elk decided to walk through our fishing hole in Cherokee, NC. Last but not least, is one of the best trout fisherman I know, Forrest showing off this pre-historic Brown Trout. Each one of these photos is a great memory. I’m sure you will have your own memory to look back on as well. Let’s go fishing!


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Substitution: Had a guided trip with Mrs Marshock but she broke her toe. Instead of canceling the trip, her husband Bob decided to fish that day
While fishing the Tuckaseigee in Webster, Bob caught and landed the biggest fish he ever caught. A 22” Rainbow. That quality him for Silver status in our Wall of Fall. He said he has fished most of the big name rivers in the Western part of the country. This trip convinced him that we ( Jackson County NC ) has great fishing too !
( can’t wait for Shari to heal her toe and try her hand in the Tuck )
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Fathers Day present redeemed in October. I was contacted by Rodney Lewis to set up a two day trip for him and his two brothers, Richard and Robert and their father, Harold. ( it was tough in the beginning getting everyone’s name right. Lol ). I commissioned my good friend Austin Shoemaker to assist me on this trip
We fished the Tuckaseigee River in Bryson City the first day then The West Fork of the Pigeon in Waynesville. The boys wanted their father to have a good time, and he did-in spite of falling in the Tuck. Ooh Son. Just got a little wet but he got right up and continued fishing!
He was rewarded though. He caught an 18” Brook trout to enter the Wall of Fame, Silver status. It was great to see this family get together and share some memories.
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WICKLES PICKLES. Did you ever try them? They are made and in grocery stores Nationally. The are the BEST pickle out there. They also make other items to: Hoagie spread, Garden Mix, Dirty Dill pickles and Okra.
My company used to represent them in the Southeast, and they still do. Great folks. The owners just happen to love fly fishing and wanted to spend some time with me. As always, just like the pressure to get their items listed in the stores, I was now asked to guide them to trophy fish, especially the Brown trout. Well, we came through with the listings and also with the trophy Brown. Two days of outstanding fishing by Will Sims and Andy. ( Will is holding up his prize fish ) The Brookie was a beautiful fish too!
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Rainbow TroutThis is me holding up a special breed of cut throat trout from Almont Colorado. I was fishing the famous John Taylor River. This river runs past the HARMELS Ranch Resort, in Almont.

AlexThis is my nephew Alex. He currently lives in Nevada with his brother Andrew. Look at the smile on his face. As they say in the commercial, PRICELESS. Can’t wait to go to Nevada and fish with these two guys. I get great pleasure watching someone catch a fish when I’m guiding them, even more than if I was doing the fishing myself.

EddieThis is a good friend and excellent fisherman John M. from Pennsylvania. Fishing has given me the opportunity to make good friends like John. In this photo, we are in Georgia, October 2012. We did not catch as many as we would have liked, but the scenery was breathtaking. We still talk about that trip every time we see each other.