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Old 07-22-2011, 11:28 AM
pineman19 pineman19 is offline
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BHPT for a nymph, soft hackle wet fly, parachute adams (different colors) for a dry.

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Old 07-22-2011, 01:24 PM
Knothead Knothead is offline
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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.
John Torchick
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