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CLOSED AND EXCLUDED WATERS

      All the waters of Mingus Creek and Lands Creek are public water supplies and closed to fishing.

     The following streams and their tributaries upstream from the points described above are closed to fishing, to protect native brown trout.

NORTH CAROLINA CLOSED & EXCLUDED WATERS

  1. Gunter Creek at the first trail crossing on Gunter at 3,240 elevation.
  2. Big Creek and Yellow Creek at their junction.
  3. McGinty Creek at its confluence with Swallow Fork.
  4. Correll Branch at the junction with Little Cataloochee Creek.
  5. Kanati Fork upstream of its confluence with Beech Flats Prong.
  6. Flat Creek upstream of its confluence with Bunches Creek will remain closed to brook trout fishing and harvest.
  7. Stillwell Creek at the Park Boundary.
  8. Straight Fork and Balsam Corner Creek at their common intersection.
  9. Raven Fork at Big Pool which is the confluence of Left Fork, Middle Fork and Right Fork (Also known as Three Forks)
  10. Eloe Creek at the junction with Raven Fork.
  11. Taywa Creek at its confluence with Bradley Fork.
  12. Chasm Prong and Golf Prong at their common junction on Bradley Fork.
  13. Le Conte Creek at the bridge at Twin Creeks Natural Resource Center.
  14. Noland Creek and Salola Branch at their confluence.
  15. Huggins Creek (tributary of Forney Creek) at the cascade at 3,700 feet elevation.
  16. .
  17. Walkers Creek at the falls at 3,400 feet elevation.
  18. Defeat Branch at it's junction with Bone Valley Creek.
  19. Gunna Creek (tributary to Eagle Creek) at trail crossing at 3,080 feet elevation.

TENNESSEE

21. Marks Creek at the falls at 2,600 feet elevation.
22. Lynn Camp Prong at campsite #28 (Marks Cove).
23. Indian Flats Prong at the Middle Prong Trail crossing.
24. Meigs Creek at its confluence with Little River.
25. Goshen Creek at it's confluence with Fish Camp Prong.  Silers Creek upstream of it's confluence with Fish Camp Prong will remain closed to brook trout fishing and harvest.
26. Little River and Grouse Creek at their common junction.
27. Road Prong at it's confluence with West Prong of Little Pigeon River.
28. Buck Fork and Middle Prong of the Little Pigeon River at their common junction.
29. Dunn Creek at Park boundary.
31. Greenbrier Creek (Little Creek) at Park boundary.
32. Toms Creek at it's junction with Cosby Creek.
34. Rock Creek at it's junction with Cosby Creek.
35. Meigs Post Prong at it's confluence with Little River.
 
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