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Dear Jim,

I ran across this website by searching for places to fish in western n.c.. I live in Cleveland county,n.c.,,we have the broad river, which has smallmouth bass,but all are small in size and are few and far between.i am a very skilled fisherman.i have taken the approach to smallies..via canoe,jonboats,wading,and even bank fishing.

I am seeking direction to bigger,and more smallies and a few trout also would be nice.my problem is 'a'- nobody is interested in this type of adventure...'B'-I am not willing to pay a guide 200 bucks to go fishing with me,when I probably know more than the guide.'C'-i do not have enough info,such as maps,knowledge of Internet search capabilities.to sum it up,i know what rivers produce what kind of fish in western,n.c. I just don't know exactly where to go.like public access areas,i dream of fishing the "tuck",little tenn.,and more like that.if you know of a specific map,advice,people to contact,bait shops,or any sound advice,please reply.

Lee


Lee:

I assume by Broad, you mean French Broad River. I am not that familiar with Cleveland Cty. What city is it close to, or where is it in relation to Asheville?

The Little TN is easy to fish and catch good smallies. You can float it just above (10 miles or so) Franklin where it crosses Highway 28 down to wherever you like. A good 6-7 hr trip is to float from there to the steel bridge further north on 28. You need two vehicles, of course, and a canoe or Jon boat. There is an outfitter's place right at that starting point where the river goes under 28. He rents the canoes for about $40. He takes you to the steel bridge to drop off your vehicle and he will pick the canoe up there after you leave it.

Jim P.




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