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Tellico River Sponsored by
Date 05-Oct-13
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Conditions : Tellico River - Small silver and gold Panther Martin & Blue Fox inline spinners have been doing well in the faster moving water and eddies. Finesse spinnerbaits around rocks and underwater structure are producing fish. Flys on the river are doing well Para Adams, Light Cayhills, Pink Cayhills, Crain flys, BH phesant tails, Tellico Nymphs are all doing good.

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About: - The Tellico River is nationally recognized as a premiere trout stream. The headwaters of the Tellico River originate in the Snowbird mountains of North Carolina. A major tributary to the Little Tennessee River, the Tellico River watershed comprises 285 square miles in Cherokee County, North Carolina, and Monroe County, Tennessee. As the river flows east from Tennessee, it meanders through the Cherokee National Forest. After leaving national forest lands, the river turns northward to join the Little Tennessee River at Tellico Lake.

The Tellico trout hatchery is supported by special permits required to fish in designated waters. Stocked fish are generally larger than those stocked in Tennessee’s regular hatchery-supported waters, and some trout escape harvest for several years. Weekly releases of 5000 rainbows, averaging 8 to 12 inches, occur in season. Fishing this section requires a Tellico Citico permit (between March 15 thru September 15). Total length of the river is 52.8 miles. The Tellico River is fed by many streams high into the watershed. Scenic falls are seen at Bald River which is located near the confluence with the Tellico River. Other tributaries that support the river include Sycamore Creek and North River. Many scenic views are provided by cliffs, waterfalls and rapids on the river and its tributaries.


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