The Longest Contiguous Stretch Of NC Mountain Heritage Trout Waters Is In Jackson County And It’s An Unforgettable Adventure

Did you know that Jackson County, North Carolina, is home to the state record for the largest rainbow trout ever caught? One reason is the county features the state’s longest contiguous stretch of North Carolina Mountain Heritage Trout Waters, comprising the richest, most diverse, and most productive trout fisheries in the state. Seventeen Mountain Heritage Trout Water cities participate in the Mountain Heritage Trout Waters program, which is a cooperative effort between N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission and local governments. The idea is to encourage trout fishing as a heritage tourism activity by providing public access to trout streams that go through or are adjacent to the cities. From first-time anglers to experienced, babies to adults, your next unforgettable adventure is on the longest contiguous stretch of NC Mountain Heritage Trout Waters in Jackson County, North Carolina.

Are you ready for an unforgettable adventure in North Carolina? Licenses and permits are available online or call 888-248-6834. And if you’re in Sylva, one of the trout cities on the map, rent this amazing log cabin in the mountains.

Address: Jackson County, NC, USA

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