A father and son fishing off of a dock.

With more than 2,115 miles of streams, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is an especially appealing year-round destination for anglers. Coolwater smallmouth bass, rainbow and brook trout are favorites. In fact, the park is one of the last wild trout habitats in the Eastern U.S. Stop by a ranger station for a list of fishing regulations and a map of fishable streams. A valid fishing license or permit is required.

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