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MISC INFORMATION ABOUT THE CABIN 
 
The cabin is 16 miles from the nearest town which is Burnsville NC.  Burnsville has two major grocery store chains, fast food, CVS Drug Store and a town center with many stores and restaurants.  There are two Mom and Pop stores that have food and various supplies within 5 miles of the cabin. 
 
We require guest to complete a leaving checklist before they depart.  Essentially your party will wash the sheets, vacuum, wipe down the entire kitchen and bathroom, wash the dishes, etc.  This prepares the cabin for the next guest.  The checklist must be completed before departing.   Not all folks on vacation want to clean on the day they check out.   Obviously this saves you the cleaning fee which some Vacation Home Owners charge huge amounts for.  Our mangers only check the cabin after you depart, they go down the same leaving checklist to make sure your party completed all the items on the checklist.  If necessary the manager will complete items you did not do on the checklist but you agree to be charged and immediately pay a $100 cleaning fee if all items are not completed.   We do not supply a cleaning crew to come in after you leave.   So if you need someone to do this then this cabin may not be for you.
 
The  Elevation is 2600 feet.  Pigeon Roost creek wraps around the back of the cabin.  One corner of the cabin is only 10 feet from the creek.    Pigeon Roost Road takes you right up to the front of the cabin.   The road is paved and continues to a dead end another 1.5 miles past the cabin.  Beautiful Forest surround this cabin. 
 
Walk down the USFS Left Hand Fork trail just across the street and enjoy the National Forest that surrounds you (morning walks with a cup of coffee and walk the pets on this beautiful walk).   There are no cabins or homes within site on the property.  At night make a fire in the fire pit next to the creek.   Cook out on the Grill and enjoy dinner on the deck just above the creek.   Wildlife is abundant in the area.  Bring your two way radios for the kids. 
 
If you or a member of your party has allergies, please note that the North Carolina mountains have many things that may affect allergies differently  then where you live.  There are many different types of flowers, trees and insects.  We also allow pets, many large well known hotel chains now allow pets so this is becoming standard in the industry. 
 
    
 

 
 
 
 
 


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Trout Fishing in Mitchell and Yancey Counties

While fishing on Hatchery-Supported Trout Waters, anglers can harvest a maximum of seven trout per day, with no minimum size limits or bait restrictions.

To give trout anglers better opportunities to plan fishing trips in advance, the Commission posts stocking dates and locations for the entire stocking season by week, and posts daily updates at noon for all waters stocked that day. Information can be searched by county, by month, or both.

Hatchery-Supported Trout Waters, marked by green-and-white signs, are stocked from March until August every year, depending on the individual stream. Many of these waters are stocked monthly, although some heavily fished waters are stocked more frequently.

Commission personnel will stock nearly 916,000 trout in 2016 — 96 percent of which average 10 inches in length, with the other 4 percent exceeding 14 inches in length.

Stocked trout are produced primarily at two mountain region fish hatcheries operated by the Commission and are distributed along hatchery-supported streams where public access for fishing is available. While Hatchery-Supported Trout Waters are open to public fishing, many of those miles are privately owned.

“Opportunities to fish on many of these hatchery-supported trout streams are only available through the support and generosity of landowners,” said David Deaton, the Commission’s Fish Production Supervisor. “It’s important for anglers to respect the property that they’re fishing on and remember that landowners can take away access if they feel their property is being misused.”

Anglers can help prevent the loss of public access to fishing by:

Respecting private property and landowners at all times;

Removing all trash and litter from fishing and parking areas;

Parking only in designated areas and leaving driveways open for traffic;

Closing and/or locking gates after use; and,

Reporting wildlife violations by calling 1-800-662-7137.

 

For a complete list of all Hatchery-Supported Trout Waters, as well as trout maps and weekly stocking summaries on Hatchery-Supported Trout Waters, visit the Commission’s trout fishing page link below. Weekly stocking information appears online for seven days, and updates are posted on Fridays after fish are stocked.

For more information on fishing in public, inland waters, visit the Commission’s website, www.ncwildlife.org or call the Division of Inland Fisheries, 919-707-0220

http://www.ncwildlife.org/Learning/Species/Fish/Trout/TroutFishing.aspx

SEE WHERE THE TROUT ARE STOCKED IN MITCHELL and YANCEY COUNTY SO YOU KNOW WHERE TO GO FISHING!

http://www.ncwildlife.org/Fishing/HatcheriesStocking/NCWRCStocking/ColdwaterStockingbyCounty.asp

OR CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW FOR A PDF LISTING.  THE STATES WEB SITE WILL SHOW YOU INTERACTIVE MAPS ALSO!

Click Here to see the Creeks and Rivers Stocked with trout near the cabin