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Please Note: In some instances, only a portion of a stream will be covered in a particular map. Some streams may extend to one or more maps. “County” below refers to either the location at which the stream empties into another or where it and one or more others join to form yet another or... simply the furthest point downstream in waters we have included in our current coverage. Before selecting maps for download, please examine the preview pages linked below. All sales are final.

Map J08-09
Blockhouse & Kinzel Springs USGS Quadrangles (TN)
Featured Fishing Waters: Little River & Hessee Creek inside Park • Location: Blount County, TN. Partly in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Map J10-11
Wear Cove & Gatlinburg USGS Quadrangles (TN)
Featured Fishing Waters: Little River including Tremont & Elkmont areas, West Prong Little Pigeon River & Gatlinburg special permit streams • Location: Blount & Sevier Counties, TN. Partly in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. $3.00 from each purchase will be donated to Mountain Tough Recovery Team.

Map J12-13
Mount Le Conte & Mount Guyot USGS Quadrangles (NC & TN)
Featured Fishing Waters: Little Pigeon River, Middle Prong Little Pigeon, Upper West Prong Little Pigeon, Ramsay, Chapman & Road Prongs, Porters Creek, Raven Fork Headwaters & Gatlinburg special permit streams. • Location: Blount & Sevier Counties, TN & Swain County, NC. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. $3.00 from each purchase will be donated to Mountain Tough Recovery Team.

Map K10-11
Thunderhead Mountain & Silers Bald USGS Quadrangles (NC & TN)
Featured Fishing Waters: Headwaters of Little River (aka East Prong) & Middle and West Prongs & Hazel & Forney Creeks • Location: Blount & Sevier Counties, TN. Partly in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Map K12-13
Clingmans Dome & Smokemont USGS Quadrangles (NC & TN)
Featured Fishing Waters: Cherokee Reservation-permitted Raven Fork. Bradley Fork & headwaters of Oconaluftee River & Noland & Deep Creeks • Location: Blount & Sevier Counties, TN & Swain County, NC. Great Smoky Mountains National Park & Qualla Boundary.

Map L07-08
Whiteoak Flats & Tapoco USGS Quadrangles (NC & TN)
Featured Fishing Waters: Citico Creek & headwaters, Slickrock Creek, Cheoah River & tributaries Bear & Deep Creeks • Location: Monroe County, TN & Graham County, NC. Cherokee & Nantahala National Forests.

Map L09-10
Fontana Dam & Tuskeegee USGS Quadrangles (NC)
Featured Fishing Waters: Twentymile Creek & Lower Eagle & Hazel Creeks & Stecoah, Sawyer & Yellow Creeks • Location: Graham & Swain Counties, NC. Great Smoky Mountains National Park & Nantahala National Forest.

Map L11-12
Noland Creek & Bryson City USGS Quadrangles (NC)
Featured Fishing Waters: Lower Forney, Noland & Deep & Indian Creeks, Alarka Creek & Tuckasegee River • Location: Swain County, NC. Great Smoky Mountains National Park & Nantahala National Forest.

Map L13-14
Whittier & Sylva North USGS Quadrangles (NC)
Featured Fishing Waters: Cherokee Reservation permitted Soco Creek. Tuckasegee River & Scott Creek • Location: Swain & Jackson Counties, NC. Qualla Boundary & Nantahala National Forest

Map M05-06
Tellico Plains & Bald River Falls USGS Quadrangles (NC & TN)
Featured Fishing Waters: Tellico River, Bald River & lower North River • Location: Monroe County, TN. Cherokee National Forest.

Map M07-08
Big Junction & Santeetlah Creek USGS Quadrangles (NC & TN)
Featured Fishing Waters: Tellico River, North River, Sycamore Creek, Big & Little Santeetlah Creeks & Snowbird Creek • Location: Monroe County, TN & Graham County, NC. Cherokee & Nantahala National Forests

Map M09-10
Robbinsville & Hewitt USGS Quadrangles (NC)
Featured Fishing Waters: Nantahala River middle Middle section & Tulula, Long, Franks & Bear Creeks • Location: Graham & Swain Counties, NC. Nantahala National Forest

Map M11-12
Wesser & Alarka USGS Quadrangles (NC & TN)
Featured Fishing Waters: Burningtown, Cowee & Tellico Creeks • Location: Swain & Macon Counties, NC Nantahala National Forest

Map M13-14
Greens Creek & Sylva South USGS Quadrangles (NC & TN)
Featured Fishing Waters: Tuckasegee River, Caney Fork & Cullowhee, Moses, Savannah & Wayehutta Creeks • Location: Jackson, Swain & Macon Counties, NC. Nantahala National Forest

Map M15-16
Tuckasegee & Sam Knob USGS Quadrangle (NC & TN)
Featured Fishing Waters: Caney Fork; Mull, Piney Mountain & Beechflat Creeks; headwaters of Gladie, Sols, Wolf & Tanasee Creeks & West Fork Pigeon River & its tributary, Middle Prong  • Location: Jackson & Haywood Counties, NC. Nantahala & Pisgah National Forests.

Map N15-16
Big Ridge & Lake Toxaway USGS Quadrangles (NC & TN)
Featured Fishing Waters: Tuckaseege headwater tributarires Panthertown & Greenland Creeks & lower sections of Sols, Neddie, Wolf & Tanasee Creeks; West Fork French Broad River headwaters • Location:
Jackson & Transylvania Counties, NC. Nantahala National Forest.

Map P01-02
Tennga & Hemp Top USGS Quadrangles (GA & TN)
Featured Fishing Waters: Conasauga River, Jacks River, West & South Fork (Jacks River) & Mill, Panther, Rough & Conasauga Creeks • Location: Murray & Fannin Counties, GA & Polk County, TN
Chattahoochee & Cherokee National Forests.

Map P12-13
Rabun Bald & Satolah USGS Quadrangles (GA & NC)
Featured Fishing Waters: Chatooga River, Warwoman Creek, Walnut Fork, Sarahs Creek, West Fork & Holcomb & Overflow Creek • Location: Rabun County, GA. Chattahooche National Forest.

 

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Map J10-11 Snip - GSMNP at Townsend, TN Entrance

 

Map M05-06 Snip Showing Portion of Tellico River Headwaters

 

Map M07-08 Snip

 

Map N15-16 Snip - Birthplace of the “Tuck”

 


Map P01-02 Snip - Jacks River is the Largest of Conasauga River’s Tributaries