Weekly Digest for 2011-07-31

  • Upper Big Creek sees landslides after recent rains. Gunter Fork Trail is closed http://ow.ly/5N8px #Smokies #
  • An interview about fly fishing with east TN native & Gray's Sporting Journal editor James R. Babb http://ow.ly/5Oxzu #
  • Water levels are superb for late July in the Smokies. Here's a fly fisher in the backcountry after a short rain. http://twitpic.com/5wtbon #
  • 35 pound rainbow trout caught from an Idaho lake may be the largest ever caught in the lower 48 http://ow.ly/5OW85 #
  • From our fishing report: Good water levels in Smokies trout streams means good fishing in spite of heat http://ow.ly/5OWQT #flyfishing #
  • This timber rattlesnake crossed our path as we hiked down the river at the end of the day #Smokies #flyfishing http://twitpic.com/5x70wc #
  • Not only wild trout in the Smokies where we fish, but wild country with wild animals http://ow.ly/5PAzH #
  • Great Smoky Mtns Nat'l Park discussing fee for backckountry camping http://ow.ly/5QhVE #Smokies #camping #
  • Are you lost? The first 5 minutes are the most critical to finding your way again or spending the night under a tree http://ow.ly/5Pz35 #

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