Escaping on North Carolina's Small Streams

August 11, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

As follow-up to our mention of “blue-lining“, we thought it best to share this article by ersatz misanthrope Jim Casada, who prefers a tumbling North Carolina stream with no anglers to any other. “Occasionally my wife, usually when irritated, will say, ‘When you die, your epitaph should read “Jim Casada hated people.”‘ That isn’t actually the case, but when trout fishing, I do prefer people in mighty small doses.” In North Carolina Game & Fish.