Doing a bit of digging, I was looking at starting at Deep Creek and hiking less than five miles up to campsite 57 or 58. 57 is a reserved site, so 58 would be a good fall back.
That section of Deep Creek presents several miles of streams that would offer browns and rainbows in the lower areas and natives higher up.
That areas should be enough of a hike to thwart most day anglers, and the stream drops into a gorge away from the trail for a good section as well.
I've been having most of my luck using orange attractors so far. I've had some luck with some nymphs and terrestrials as well.
It would be nice to get camping site 57 as that was Horace Kephart's old stomping ground. If a few people show some interest, I'll see if that site is available that weekend.
We'd probably be hiking a total of ten miles not including fishing.