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Two Decades Exploring North Georgia's Waters

For those individuals with the impulse to explore hidden and rarely discussed waterways , I can attest that North Georgia can provide countless hours of beautiful and nearly untouched places to discover while fly fishing. Whether you are a beginner, or more experienced fly angler, Georgia offers places to find plenty of colorful  wild trout willing to eat a fly. Whether you are seeking brown, rainbow, or the elusive, and native, brook trout, there are plenty of streams throughout Georgia where you can find these fish in the most pristine waters of Southern Appalachia.

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North Georgia Rivers For Trout Fishing

Trout occupy the headwaters of the main rivers that drain the Georgia Mountains. The main drainages our North Georgia Trout fly fishing guide service focuses on are the headwaters of:

Chattahoochee  River

Savannah River

Chestatee River

Etowah River

Cartecay River

Toccoa River 

Nottely River

Conasauga River

Hiwassee River

North Georgia Trout Streams

Finding wild trout can be a daunting task for those that are new to fly fishing in North Georgia. Many stocked creeks and rivers are heavily publicized and visited by locals, but few are able to find the hidden gems that are rarely visited which Georgia has to offer.  Book a fishing trip in North Georgia with us and cut the learning curve down on finding these untouched places and the techniques needed to catch these trout.

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Rainbow Trout

Certainly the most common of the wild trout here in North Georgia. The Rainbow is a master of colonizing new waters and carries quite the appetite.


Brook Trout

The gems of Southern Appalachia. They can be incredibly tough to find in Georgia without knowing the right place to look. Once you do find them they are both spooky and quite aggressive.


Brown Trout

Wild Brown Trout can certainly be the toughest of the trout species to find in Georgia's headwater streams. Aside from the larger waters of the Toccoa River  and Chattahoochee River, where they are quite abundant, wild browns on small waters are few and far between. Match this with the fact they can be very picky eaters, they make for a worthwhile  challenge for any fly angler.

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