Weekly Digest for 2012-03-18

  • From our fishing report: We're keeping a close eye on both the weather and river flows http://t.co/QhSreXrJ #Smokies #flyfishing #
  • US Forest Service seeking public comments regarding road improvements in Chattahoochee National Forest by April 13 http://t.co/YyyHwzOl #
  • This close up image of an adipose fin shows how mud red coloration our Smoky Mountain brown trout have. http://t.co/DF9lkPmK #
  • Wears Cove Road entrance to Smokies via Metcalf Bottoms to close for three weeks March 14 – April 5 http://t.co/wblgp1Vv #
  • We're heading out for a few days of camping & fly fishing in 1 of our favorite spots in the Smokies, Cataloochee Valley http://t.co/Mti6KLsk #
  • Interesting conversation going on over at Trout Underground blog about the proliferation of fly fishing videos http://t.co/L0rRvGSd #
  • 7 Fly Fishing Photography Tips from Trent Sizemore Photography http://t.co/5jQIm44n #
  • Wildflowers are starting to bloom in the Smokies http://t.co/7pWn405z #
  • Forecast weather like a real mountain man or pioneer. Real ways to predict weather without hi-tech gadgets http://t.co/CwNiZLDw #
  • The welcoming committee greets us in Cataloochee Valley http://t.co/ERPcAA8E #
  • US 129, the dragon, is closed due to a rock slide. #
  • Phenomenal evening light over the Smoky Mountains after a thunderstorm this evening http://t.co/bKxpuOri #
  • A great black bear photograph and an even better caption to go with it! http://t.co/UkeIQn02 #
  • Smokies fly fishers take note! Tremont Road will be closed on March 20 & 27 for installation of a new septic system at GSM Institute. #

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