New Western North Carolina Fly Fishing Guide

December 13, 2007 By: Marshall Cutchin

Described as a “dashboard guide” rather than a coffee-table book, a new publication from Brushy Mountain Publishing offers a detailed look at important fly fishing waters in western North Carolina and eastern Tennessee. The Western North Carolina Fly Guide‘s author is J.E.B. Hall, a fly fishing guide for Davidson River Outfitters. “The guide divides WNC and eastern Tennessee into seven regions, offering more than 70 quick, easily digestible stream entries that show the water, tell how to get there and offer tips for which flies to use during various times of the year. The book bills itself as the definitive WNC guide to fly-fishing for trout, bass and musky.” Johnny Buck writes about the book in North Carolina’s Citizen-Times.