View Full Version : Getting to know the Hiwassee
03-25-2006, 09:28 AM
For the last couple of years I have been fishing the Tellico Plains area and made a few trips to the Hiwassee. However, I really want to concentrate on getting to know it better this year. I really want to know more about the generation schedules and how they affect my wade fishing and fishing from my pontoon boat. Is there any areas that I can go to that will allow me some solitude if I am willing to hike some? What about the John Muir trail? What times of the year are better than others for fishing. The time I went to fish there the water was high enough to keep me from venturing out very far at all. I have a healthy respect for moving water. Are there any publications that would help me learn more? What fly shop/guide would anyone recommend. I would like to float this river with a guide at least once or twice to learn more.
03-25-2006, 11:08 AM
Michael Cox, aka "RockyRaccoon", is a highly experienced guide on the Hiwassee. In addition to being an expert guide, he's a lot of fun to float / fish with.
His e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. You can book a trip with him by calling Cell: 865-388-9802 or the guide service on the Hiwassee 1-866-55 Trout.
03-25-2006, 07:35 PM
www.hiwassee.net Don Denney's site.
04-07-2006, 12:47 AM
Don Denney has a great site at: www.hiwassee.net. *It has everything you need, maps, photos, stream reports, generation schedules and how to interpret them, flies, etc.
There's also an associated newsgroup that's full of helpful, active members at: www.arborwood.com/awforums/show-toparea-1.php?fid=2491&taid=1
You can practically have the river to yourself if you fish the trophy section Monday through Thursday.
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