Fly Fishing Adventures
in the Southern Appalachians

“It’s all good”. Our southern Appalachian streams and tailwaters are happening now. The bugs are on and the trout are rising.

Hiwassee River - Drift the lower or wade the upper. It doesn’t matter, fish are everywhere. Hendricksons, Blue Wings, Caddis and more.

Toccoa River – good flows came a little late this year, but we can drift it all now. Good hatches. Big nymphs for bigger fish.

Tellico River – Perfect levels for wading. Bows, Browns and Brookies. Quills, Little stoneflies, Caddis and it is time for Drakes.

Clinch River – Good flows have come early. Daily drift trips. Quality fish on small flies. Streamer action on the pulse. It is time for the sulfurs.

>Holston River – Good consistent flows for all drift stretches. Loaded with fish. We are on the verge of caddis explosion, it should be a sonic boom. With lots of Caddis, the risers could be picky. Use our patterns.

South Holston – TVA is still sluicing 900 cfs around the clock. It won’t last much longer. Amazing black fly hatches, fish on dries. Blue wings with some clouds. Sulfurs soon. This is just a glimpse, come and be a part of it with us.

For our new subscribers- Southeastern Anglers is a group of licensed, professional guides and captains focused on the coldwater streams and rivers of the southeastern USA. We have been putting our clients on quality, stream grown fish in southeastern waters for 10 years.

Doing things the way they should be done.

Dane Law - Southeastern Anglers

423-338-7368 / 770-655-9210