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NYMPHS

Muskrat Nymph Long time standby fly for East Tennessee and the Smoky Mountains.  Easy to tie.

George (Cottontop) Nymph 

A very old fly that has set standards for many modern techniques used today.
Streaker Nymph Another old time fly that looks a lot like the Tellico but has a few differences that make it deadly. Be sure to have this one when the stickbait are heavy in the creek.
Tellico Nymph Another of the old East Tennessee and Smokies flies.  Maybe the most popular.
Double Legged Pheasanttail Nymph A slightly different version of a very popular fly that is a great fish catcher all year in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  Try this new pattern.



Dry Flies

The Stimulator A great fly developed by Randall Kaufmann.  One of the most popular dry flies in the 
Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Blue Winged Olive A very essential fly for the colder months of the year in both mountain streams and tailwaters.  Two new Hi Vis versions for your flybox.
The Brown Hackle One of the oldest Smokies Dry Flies, also known as the Ramsey Fly.
The Smoky Mountain Forked Tail Another very old dry  fly of the Smokies.  This one is very easy to tie with the simplest of materials.  Try it on the stream when the Sulfurs are hatching.
The Gray Hackle Yellow One of the most beautiful and effective dry flies of my youth.  It has retained all of its qualities and beauty through the years.  When it was first seen in my youth, the hackle was usually trimmed with scissors to get the correct size.  This one is worth putting in a show case.
The Thunderhead Dry Fly Probably the premier dry fly of the Smokies.  Almost a hundred years old and still popular.  Floats very well in rough water.
The Quill Gordon A great fly for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  This fly represents the first very important hatch of the season.
The Elk Hair Caddis A very important dry fly developed by Al Troth  It has proven to be successful on the tailwaters as well in the Smoky Mountains.
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Realistic Flies Tailwaters Hatch Charts Smoky Mountain 
Hatch Charts
Fly Tying Tutorials
Flycasting Lessons
Wet Flies/Soft
Hackle Classes
Reports Resources Bleached and Dyed
Starling Feathers
Inspiration
Gift Set
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Gift Set
Top Smoky Mountain
Dry Flies
Gift Set
Top Smoky Mountain
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