Boasting more than $10,000 in cash and prizes, the fall Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament in Pigeon Forge is fit for fishing novices and pros. If you’ve been looking to test your skills, want to try something new, or just want to enjoy a peaceful and fun day in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, you won’t want to the miss the fall Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament.
Held in Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and Sevierville, the trout tournament allows you to see the best of all these Smoky Mountain towns. Spend some time browsing downtown after a day of competing in the local rivers and streams. If you rent a cozy cabin, you’ll also have a comfortable place to relax at the end of the day. Choose a cabin with cozy bedding, a nice TV, a hot tub, or a great view to help you relax. We even have cabins near lakes or ponds, so you can get some extra practice in! Check out Mountain Sunrise, Wild Rose, and River Retreat for access to a river or pond.
Fall Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament
Saturday, September 27
Sunrise to 4 p.m.
Sunday, September 28
Sunrise to 2 p.m. or 30 minutes before daylight (whichever comes first)
Prizes and Drawings
$500 – largest trout
$500 – smallest trout
You can register online or get more information by calling or emailing Greg at 865.661.FISH or email@example.com.
The 15th Annual Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament this fall is open to adults, children, locals, and visitors. There are several categories to compete in, and there will be plenty of fish. The area streams (more than 20 miles) will be stocked with over 10,000 trout for the two-day event. In fact, the Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament is the largest trout tournament in the Smokies! If you won’t be in town this fall but you’re planning a trip for next spring, plan to be a part of the April tournament!
Because it’s open to people of all ages, the fall Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament in Pigeon Forge is great for a father-son getaway, a scout trip, or a bachelor weekend. Or if you just need some peaceful time to yourself, you can cast your line while soaking in the serenity of the Smoky Mountains and competing for tons of cash and prizes!
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