Spring in the Smokies

I just returned from our annual spring trip to the Smokies. We had less bears and more fishing this year and worked on a bunch of images for future undisclosed projects. Everybody caught fish and we had a great time exploring the creeks.

A girl Preparing to release a little rainbow in the Smokies

Preparing to release a little rainbow in the Smokies

 Fly Casting lesson in a Smokies creek

Casting lesson in a Smokies creek

Mom pulling daughter's fly out of the trees on a Smokies creek

A guide’s work is never done

Blooming Clovers

Blooming Clovers

A dew covered spider web in Cades Cove

A dew covered spider web in Cades Cove

Walking a trail in the Smokies in Orvis Waders

Heading down the creek to the secret spot

Girls in Orvis, picking flies for fishing

Fly selection is of the utmost importance in the Smokies…

Orvis girl matching the hatch with a parachute Adams

Caroline matching the mayfly hatch

Great Smoky Mountain National Park

The famous Smokies’ layers, how many can you count?

Family Fly Fishing in the Smokies

A stroll in their new waders

Lady in Orvis gear casting to trout in the Smokies

Joanne casting on a secret Smokies creek

Black Bear in Cades Cove

An early morning Cades Cove Bear

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