Charlie Morgan

Chattanooga, Knoxville, Atlanta, Nashville, Asheville

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  1. A Guide to Spring Cycling in Atlanta: What to Know, Where to Go

    Atlanta

    Atlanta is filled with excellent options for cyclists—from fun urban rides to explore the city to some of the best mountain bike trails in the southeast.

  2. So, You Want to Learn How to Fly Fish?

    Chattanooga

    This guide covers all the basics of fly fishing and will give you an idea of what you need to get started.

  3. Abrams Creek from Cades Cove - Fly Fishing

    Chattanooga

    This immensely popular hiking destination is a great place to fish for trout during the winter. Fed by an underwater stream, this section has fish when other rivers and creeks are unproductive.

  4. Clinch River - Fishing

    Knoxville

    Just north of Knoxville, the Clinch River is world class fishery that yields some of the biggest rainbow and brown trout in the state.

  5. Middle Prong of the Littler River at Tremont - Fishing

    Knoxville

    Tremont is a very popular angling spot. With good casting room, narrow runs and relatively low fishing pressure, it’s a great place to spend the day.

  6. Harpeth River - Fishing

    Knoxville

    The Harpeth River is a small, warmwater river less than 20 minutes west of Nashville. While many Nashvillians like to enjoy a leisurely float, this river is also a productive smallmouth and panfish fishery.

  7. Little River above Elkmont Campground - Fly Fishing

    Knoxville

    Close to the high elevation sources, this section of the Little River is a skinny and highly productive stretch of trout water. While fishing, you’ll get to see what use to be an upscale vacation community for wealthy Knoxvillians.

  8. Little River from The Sinks to Townsend - Fly Fishing

    Knoxville

    This section of the Little River is a beautiful and challenging fly fishing destination within an hour of downtown Knoxville.

  9. 7 of the Best Places to Fly Fish in the Smokies

    Knoxville

    Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited national park in the country, and it's got more to offer than just hiking.

  10. 7 Best Places to Fly Fish in Tennessee

    Nashville

    From the rolling hills of the Smokies to America’s most famous river, great fishing abounds in the state of Tennessee.

  11. An Angler's Guide to the Fly Fishing Capital of North Carolina

    Asheville

    Home to thousands of miles of rivers and streams, Jackson County is the fly fishing capital of North Carolina.