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Old 06-29-2008, 04:03 PM
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Also, there is a campground in Townsend that is across the river that has an access point and a few hundred feet of private water, I can't remember which bridge it is across, but if you look to the left as you cross the bridge, I believe they have a sign out that you can access the river for a small fee, but I could be wrong. Besides, if you are going to be in the Smokies, you HAVE to take a trail up in the mountains and fish! It's beautiful. Just be certain to let a person know where you plan to go and when you'll be back.
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