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Color Of Canvas:

  • Full Color
  • Sepia
  • Black and White

Size Of Canvas:

  • 18X24
  • 27X36
  • 36x54
  • 36X54

Type Of Canvas:

  • Rolled Canvas ( no frame )

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Product Description

Stream Canvas Posters

Stream Canvas Posters The Raven Fork, inside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, is a stream that is tough to get to and tough to fish if you do get to it. It is rarely fished because of the access problems and the difficulty of fishing once you do get there. It is part of the lower portion of this stream passes inside the park near its confluence with the Oconaluftee River. It is a very good trout stream, especially for large brook trout, that is worth the effort for those willing to undertake fishing such a remote and difficult stream to maneuver. Three Forks is the highest extent of boatable waters for all reasonable purposes. This is 4 miles above the river at the Enloe Creek trail crossing. Much of the forest in this upper reach is virgin timber, with large hemlocks and other firs towering over the more typical smokies vegetation. The rock is of the utmost quality and after the first mile and a half of low gradient scrabble, bedrock dominates the river corridor for the rest of the plunge to Big Cove. This two and a half mile stretch to the iron bridge has enchanting scenery, frequent class rapids of high quality, and an isolated feel not often found in the southeast. Though the gorges in the Jocassee watershed, Linville Gorge in North Carolina, and the Shining Rock region have equally impressive character, none have such low visitation, and the Raven Fork must have the best water quality in the southeast. This is due to the fact that there are absolutely no roads in or above the watershed, and excepting the AT at the top of the ridge, no impact by man whatsoever. All this leads to one of the truest wilderness experiences available in the region.

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