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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    Greeneville, TN


    BHPT for a nymph, soft hackle wet fly, parachute adams (different colors) for a dry.


  2. #12
    Join Date
    Apr 2009
    SE Tennessee


    Elk hair caddis (made with deer hair), Simple Simon (tan Adams without wings), brown hackle peacock, Bead Head Hogan (nymph from son's black Lab), pheasant tail- regular recipe.
    EHC got me a Grand Slam once- brown, brook, rainbow, all in one day on the Middle Prong.
    The Tennessee TU Council had a Trout Camp at Tremont last month. The boy I was with caught 6 brookies on an EHC.
    I'm of the opinion that you don't need a lot of flies to fish the Park. Keep it simple and pack light.
    All have given you good info. I would recommend you tie all these flies mentioned and take several days to field test them in the Park.

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