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Though 6,000 feet above sea level, the Great Smoky Mountains are home to a variety of hearty trout that fight against the downhill current to reach their spawning destinations. The Fly Fishing the Smokies team of expert guides leads anglers into local streams to outwit the swimming schools. In fish-infested areas such as the Tuckasegee River, Little Tennessee River, and Nantahala River, novice anglers learn how to gently land flies onto the water, which makes it appear as though a bug is trapped on the surface. Should a fish take the bait and get caught, victorious fishermen can pause for a photo op with their catch. Anglers of all ages are provided with the necessary gear and equipment for each class.