Gatlinburg hotel deals
# of guests

Nights


Gatlinburg Fishing


GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK
107 Park Headquarters Road, Gatlinburg, Tennessee 37738
865-436-1200
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park boasts approximately 700 miles of rivers and streams. Fishing is permitted year round–a valid North Carolina or Tennessee fishing license is required. For more information about fishing in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, visit www.nps.gov/grsm/planyourvisit/fishing.htm.

OLD SMOKY OUTFITTERS
511 Parkway, Gatlinburg, Tennessee

865-430-1936
In addition to selling a wide range of fly fishing products, Old Smoky Outfitters offers guided fly fishing trips into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park with some of the area’s most experienced guides. Full and half-day fly fishing trips are available.

SMOKY MOUNTAIN ANGLER
376 East Parkway, Gatlinburg, Tennessee
865-436-8746
Gatlinburg’s oldest full-line fly fishing shop, Smoky Mountain Angler also offers a professional fly fishing guide service. Smoky Mountain Angler is an authorized fishing guide service for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. For more information about Smoky Mountain Angler, visit www.smokymountainangler.com.

SMOKY MOUNTAIN GUIDE SERVICE
Book a fly fishing trip in East Tennessee, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park or Western North Carolina through Smoky Mountain Guide Service. The professional guides at Smoky Mountain Guide Service have a thorough knowledge of all the great backcountry fly fishing locations. For more information about Smoky Mountain Guide Service, visit smokymountainflyguide.com.

TROUT FISHING IN CHEROKEE
Various Locations, Cherokee, North Carolina
828-497-1786
Cherokee, North Carolina, boasts 30 miles of streams that are regularly stocked with brown, brook and rainbow trout. In addition, three trout ponds are located on Big Cove Road. No state license is required but you do need a Tribal Fishing Permit (available at nearly two dozen area businesses). Tribal Fishing Permits cost $7 and are available for one day. Children under 12 are not required to get a Tribal Fishing Permit but an adult with a permit must accompany them. The trout fishing season in Cherokee runs from the last Saturday in March through the end of the following February.