I've been away for awhile, so the report isn't super current, but it is close. I went to the area the middle part of last month. Stayed in the park at Elkmont for part of the of the week by myself, then in a hotel in Waynesville with the derby city fly fishers. It was a great trip, all the people in the shop were great, the locals were great and the fishing was great. Fished the little river from the campground up and down the road, and another fork above where the road goes to gravel past the little learning center. Did best with the gray midges and a secret weapon, I brought a real nice brown up skating a soft hackle across his nose on the surface. I caught more fish on the 22ish gray midge dry, though, everywhere I went. Later in the week with the club we fished the N.C. side in the delayed harvest sections of Shelton-Laurel Creek, West fork of the Pigeon, and another stream I cant remember but it was a big rafting destination. Everyone in the group landed a ton of fish and many with good size. I pulled the bow in the picture under the iron bridge at the west fork on my 3 wt with 7x. I released the fish, got in my truck and drove back to Kentucky. What an end to a great trip. Met some great people in Waynesville, if you haven't met Matt in the new fly shop there you need to. I am hoping to get a business up and running down there soon. Thanks for the hospitality and for sharing your streams.