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Don't Delay, Delayed Harvest Season is on its way


We are less than eight weeks away from the start of the Delayed Harvest season for trout in Western North Carolina. Many anglers skills will be tested as they seek Rainbows, Browns, and Non Native Brook Trout in the Tuckaseegee River which has two Delayed Harvest sections. If you have not already done so, now is the time to get your plans squared away.

Advanced Guided Trip bookings have been happening on a regular basis and if you are looking to book a wade trip or float trip we recommend doing it now. This will ensure that you have an opportunity to fish the time that you have available with with our skilled guides that are insured, permitted, CPR, and First Aid trained. Don't wait until the last minute to book a guided trip because you may be disappointed to hear that time is unavailable.

Keep in mind that October and November are popular times for people visiting our mountains soaking in the fall colors. Many folks will monitor the weather for peak leaf viewing which coincides with excellent fishing for wild trout as well has stocked trout. So if you are planning on lodging locally it is a good time to get that squared away.

October and November are excellent times to chase trout in Western North Carolina. It does not matter if you are tossing locally tied dries to hungry browns or tight line nymphing the Tuckaseegee River, Tuckaseegee Fly Shop has all of your needs covered.


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