Monday, March 11, 2019

Charity Rutter on this Episode of Influence

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Owner of R and R Fly Fishing and Rise Fly Fishing Advice , Charity Rutter joins us on this episode of Southeastern Fly, The Angler's Influence. Charity walks us through her fly fishing story, which begins in rural Oklahoma and winds its way through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 
Right away Charity provides insight about some of the projects she is currently working on such as an all ladies "Glamping" trip. We walk along with Charity as tells us of growing up in Oklahoma and then about moving to Tennessee where she met her husband Ian and how they began their guiding business. 
As usual, if there is a bear story to be told you will hear it here on influence. Charity tells of a peanut butter bar seeking bear that made itself right at home in the backseat of the family auto. Finally we talk about Casting for Recovery and the fantastic job the organization does for lady anglers.


  1. David
    Videos like this gets me pumped for the upcoming season. B.T. Bryson and I are looking forward to our trip soon on the Caney???? Notice the questions marks, if you are guys are getting all the rain we are getting here then it could be sometime before we can go.
    Smith Lake here is out of control, with heavy generation daily. Docks have broken loose from lake houses up and down the main channel of the lake because of the heavy rains. Trout fishing below the dam is extremely dangerous because of generation. Take care see you later in the Spring.
    Thanks for sharing

  2. Hi Bill,the lakes are crazy-high still. When we floated the Caney with you and BT and the others the Center Hill Dam release was 240 CFS. Right now as I write this the release is 24,577 CFS. So it is going to be a while before it is ready to fish. Don't fret too much because I am working on some other plan that might interest folks.