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Hiwassee River Sponsored by
Date 05-Oct-13
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Conditions : Hiwassee River - Fish are hitting finess spinnerbaits and small rapala CD-5s around rocks and structure with faster moving water.Big swimbaits are produceing some nice stripers.Flys black E.H.C. , Green E.H.C., Isonychias nymphs, Para.sulphers, Pink Cayhills, P.T.s, Prince nymphs, Wooly Buggars. Delayed Harvest is now in effect !!! ( only artificial lures may be used, Catch and Release Only!) Till March1st.

Reported by: Sportsmen's Warehouse

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About: - The Hiwassee River. Situated in southeast Tennessee and are within the boundaries of the Cherokee National Forest. The Hiwassee is a clear, cold stream with plenty of trout for anglers.

In the trophy trout section, anglers can catch football-shaped rainbows and browns to 20 inches, with 16 inchers quite common. Most of the time, the catches average about 12 inches. The lower Hiawassee below US 411 can be difficult to reach because most of the land is private, but access to the upper region is afforded by several roads. Above the powerhouse access is tough.

  • Rainbow Trout
  • Brown Trout
  • Brook Trout

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