I started out the morning with bad attitude, I had planned to camp up on Forney creek but things did not work out so I was down to a day trip some where. After running an errand I headed to the mountains not knowing where I was going. When I got the Y I turned in the direction of the cove wanting to get away from the crowds I was thinking maybe Parson's branch. Made it to Cade's cove just in time to be near the front of the line when they let the cars in. As I drove I decided to give Abram's creek a try I have not fished it in a long time. There was only one truck in the parking lot when pulled in. My expectations for fish was low it was nice just to get out. Did not see anyone else fishing the whole time. The fishing was great I picked up the first trout on a green weeny but little action on it other than droves of painted wars attacking it. Switched to a bead head under a strike indicator the PW's were to thick for a dry fly as a indicator. After that the action was steady ended up with 25+ bows many in the 7 to 8 inch range. The water was a little cloudy I guess from recent rain I believe that helped. Did get rained on a bit but not a problem as I was wet wading. Abram's creek made my day.