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Link to our partner the
Clinch River Chapter of Trout Unlimited

We need help from all you world-class trout fishermen and fisherwomen. Tell us about your past fishing experiences on Coal Creek and its tributaries. If you haven=t fished it, we need you experts to spend some time on Coal Creek and its tributaries and tell us what you think about its potential as a trout fishery to include here. You=ve seen streams where trout spawn. After we clean up Coal Creek and its tributaries, how will it compare to other trout spawning streams you=ve seen. Please email us at or send us information by mail to CCWF, 3502 Overlook Circle, Knoxville, TN 37909. Old and new photographs with captions and dates would be great, even if you are not a fishing/spawning habitat expert. We will include selected information that will be up-dated periodically. We will recognize the authors and providers of the photographs where possible.

Until we hear from you, these photographs from a newspaper article that appeared in the Knoxville News-Sentinel (August 1998) might interest you.