The Transylvania Times -

By Eric Crews
Staff Writer 

Fishermen Have Abundance Of Options


Landon Lipke shows another fish he’s caught in the Davidson River. (Times photo by Eric Crews)

With around 4,000 miles of trout streams, the western North Carolina mountains have long been considered a haven for fly-fishermen looking to test their angling skills in a beautiful and oftentimes rugged environment. Here in Transylvania County, the nearly 500 miles of creeks, streams and rivers that course through the steep mountains and rich forests are renowned as one of the top destinations in the state for fly-fishing.

For local fishing guides who spend a great deal of their time guiding clients on the rivers, the diversity of the county’s waterways and the bountiful fish populatio...

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