James Marsh on Laurel Fork Creek
James Marsh fishing Laurel Fork Creek
Copyright 2016 James Marsh
Fly Fishing Laurel Fork Creek Tennessee
This is a wonderful little trout stream with plenty of wild
brown and rainbow trout. Native brook trout are found in
its headwaters. It's lower section is stocked with
rainbows. Laurel Fork Creek is located in the extreme
Northeastern section of Tennessee. It is highly possible
to catch a grand slam of wild trout from its waters.

This stream is often confused with Laurel Creek,
another northeastern Tennessee trout stream located
not far from there. Laurel Fork Creek is located off US
highway 321 at Hampton, not far from Elizabethton,
Tennessee. Dennis Cove Road will take you there.

This is a small, fast, pocket water stream with a good
population of aquatic insects. Stoneflies are plentiful and
there's also some mayflies and caddisflies. Its brown
trout are especially beautiful and plentiful.

The road doesn’t follow the wild trout part of the stream
so this isn’t a stop the car and cast stream. That is
probably why we have never seen anyone else there.
We have always been there on a weekday and that may
make a big difference. There is plenty of water to go
around even if there are a few anglers there but you will
still need to do a little hiking.

This is a fine, beautiful little trout stream in the wild trout
designated area, worthy of any anglers time. Fly fishing
Laurel Fork Creek is a true pleasure.

Seasons:
The Tennessee season runs year-round
Spring:
Springtime is one of the best times to fish Laurel Fork
Creek. Most hatches occur during the Spring.
Summer:
Most of the summer days provide good fishing
opportunities but the water can become too warm at
times.
Fall:
Fall is the best time to fish Laurel Fork Creek because
the brown trout spawn during the fall.
Winter:
Trout can be taken on all but the very coldest days of
winter.

Fly Fishing Guide to the Laurel Fork Creek
The Fall season is an excellent time to fish Laurel Fork
Creek.
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Type of Stream
Freestone

Species
Brown Trout (wild)
Brook Trout (native)
Rainbow Trout (wild and stocked)

Size
Small to Medium

Location
Northeastern Tennessee

Nearest Towns
Elizabethton

Season
Year-round

Access:
Good

Special Regulations
None

Non-Resident License
The State of Tennessee

Weather
National Weather Service Link

Hatch Chart
Perfect Fly Hatch Chart

Fly Fishing Guide

Hatches and Flies

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Laurel Fork Creek
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