GSMNP – Elkmont Campground

Group Leaders / Additional Information:   Park Information Great Smoky Mountains National Park has about 2,115 miles of streams within its boundaries, and protects one of the last wild trout habitats in the eastern United States. The park offers a wide variety of angling experiences from remote, headwater trout streams to large, cool water smallmouth bass streams. Most streams remain at or near their carrying capacity of fish and offer a great opportunity to catch these species throughout the year. Fishing Species Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout and Brook Trout Outings Information Packet - GSMNP - 2014 MTFF Outing Vehicle Sign MTFF Outing Checklist

STATE: Tennessee

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