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These websites are great resources for fishing regulations, fishing records, maps and reports for the nine states of the Southern Appalachian mountain region.
Fly Tyers Guild of the Southern Appalachians info
Trout Unlimited, Southeast Region
The Southeastern Council of the International Federation of Fly Fishers info
North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission info
Virginia Dept. of Game & Inland Fisheries info
Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency info
South Carolina Dept. of Natural Resources info
Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources info
Kentucky Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Resources info
West Virginia Dept. of Natural Resources info
Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources info
Alabama Dept. of Conservation & Natural Resources info
When visiting the museum allow plenty of time to enjoy the area's many trout streams. These three websites provide a wealth of information.
Great Smokies Fishing – Four rivers and dozens of freestone mountain streams throughout the Great Smoky Mountains in the Bryson City NC area
Fish Cherokee – 30 miles of privately stocked freestone streams on the Cherokee Indian Reservation, inlcuding two miles of trophy trout catch & release waters.
Western North Carolina Fly Fishing Trail – The nation's first and only designated fly fishing trail, located in the mountains of Western North Carolina