The Little River Ian P. Rutter Every spring a pilgrimage begins in the southeast as fly-fishermen in this region of the nation dust off their equipment and plan a trip to the Little River in eastern Tennessee. Fortunately, few show up at any one time. While some cannot wait and begin casting flies into the cold waters of March as the snow melts on the high ridges above them, others prefer to wait for the balmy weather of summer or the stunning colors of the fall foliage in October.


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