If you like fishing, you're gonna wanna visit. If you like eating your fish after you catch 'em, you're REALLY gonna wanna visit. Sevierville, Tennessee, the birthplace of the legendary Dolly Parton, is home to the English Mountain Trout Farm & Grill. It's a relatively new attraction that's has quickly become an incredibly tasty destination for families vacationing in the Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg area.

English Mountain Trout Farm & Grill offers fun for the entire family. You can seriously go fishing right there on the property. And here's where your visit gets really delicious. If you hook 'em, they'll cook 'em. Plus, the staff there is dedicated to helping you have the best and most convenient fishing experience possible. They provide fishing poles and bait and, if you don't like getting the hook out of the fish's mouth, they'll do that for you too. Heck, if you want them too, the pond attendants will even bait your line as well. That's my kind of fishing.

A trout dinner at English Mountain Trout Farm & Grill costs $24.99 and there's a $5 fishing fee. By the way, they'll cook that fish up with variety of seasonings. They'll make it Blackened, Lemon Peppered or Fried.

If you check out YouTube, there are several videos featuring reviews by families who've made English Mountain Trout Farm & Grill- the home of the catch and cook- part of their vacation plans.

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If you'd like to visit English Mountain Trout Farm & Grill, you'll find it at 291 Blowing Cave Road in Sevierville.

The farm is open Mondays through Saturdays 11am to 6pm. And, remember! You can take the fish you catch home with you if you choose instead of having them grill it up for you on site. Cleaning fees do apply, however. 'Butterflied fish to go' cost $2.00 per fish. 'Head and gut to go' fish cost $1.00 per fish. The cost for 'to go' fish is determined by the market price per pound.

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