Getting Kids on the Stream in the Smokies

Charity and I have always felt strongly about getting kids out on the water. Even the most fervent conservationists won’t live forever and a big part of the job is to make sure future generations care for our natural resources. The best way to make that happen is to get them out on the stream. […]

Trout In The Classroom takes Kids to the Creek

As fly fishing guides in East Tennessee and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, we feel it’s our responsibility to be ambassadors of the rivers and streams. As parents it’s is our responsibility to teach our children how to become stewards of the land and instill in them the knowledge that our natural resources must be protected. Our hope is that if we share […]

Volunteer for Great Smoky Mountains National Park Fisheries

The Little River Chapter of Trout Unlimited has long been in partnership with the fisheries department in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. All of the most ambitious accomplishments regarding brook trout restorations have been completed because of this cooperation. The 2014 work schedule has been posted and you can volunteer for a day to help […]

Volunteer To Help Fisheries Biologists in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

We’ve obtained a calendar of fisheries projects taking place in the Smokies during 2013. This is your opportunity to learn all kinds of things you didn’t know about Smoky Mountain trout, have fun, and give back to the resource. Much of the work that gets done in Great Smoky Mountains National Park is accomplished through […]

Opportunities to Volunteer for Great Smoky Mountains National Park Fisheries

Here are a number of events going on this year in Great Smoky Mountains National Park where volunteers are needed. Most people don’t realize it, but much of what is accomplished in the park is done through the efforts of volunteers including trail maintenance, visitor relations, and fisheries management. TroutFest is an event organized by […]

Lynn Camp Prong Brook Trout Restoration Update

As you may know, the National Park Service is conducting a major native brook trout restoration in the Tremont area of the Smokies. This is one of our local streams and one we consider our home water. We have volunteered our help with park biologists in the past will continue to support their efforts. This […]