Georgia Fly Fishing

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GA - Chattahoochee river: 33.670353, -84.652748
CHATTOOGA RIVER AT BURRELLS FORD, NR PINE MTN, GA: 34.974528, -83.116167
CHATTOOGA RIVER NEAR CLAYTON, GA: 34.813981, -83.305993
TALLULAH RIVER NEAR CLAYTON, GA: 34.890371, -83.530441
TALLULAH R AT TERRORA PWRHSE, NR TALLULAH FALLS,GA: 34.750278, -83.405000
TALLULAH RIVER AB POWERHOUSE, NR TALLULAH FALLS,GA: 34.732039, -83.375720
BEAVERDAM CREEK ABOVE ELBERTON, GA: 34.168720, -82.896529
GROVE CREEK AT US 441 AND GA 15 NEAR COMMERCE, GA: 34.269500, -83.467667
BROAD RIVER ABOVE CARLTON, GA: 34.073333, -83.003333
CLOUDS CREEK AT WATSON MILL PARK NR CARLTON, GA: 34.020668, -83.069313
SOUTH FORK BROAD RIVER AT CARLTON, GA: 34.031501, -83.009033
BROAD RIVER NEAR BELL, GA: 33.974167, -82.770000
KETTLE CREEK NEAR WASHINGTON, GA: 33.682628, -82.857923
LITTLE RIVER NEAR WASHINGTON, GA: 33.612778, -82.742500
KIOKEE CREEK AT GA 104, NEAR EVANS, GA: 33.600967, -82.232622
SAVANNAH RIVER NEAR EVANS, GA: 33.592912, -82.123175
SAVANNAH RIVER ABOVE AUGUSTA CANAL NEAR BONAIR,GA: 33.561389, -82.051111
AUGUSTA CANAL NR AUGUSTA, GA (UPPER): 33.549302, -82.036784
BUTLER CREEK BELOW 7TH AVENUE, AT FT. GORDON, GA: 33.438611, -82.116111
SAVANNAH RIVER AT AUGUSTA, GA: 33.373752, -81.942893
SPIRIT CREEK AT US 1, NEAR AUGUSTA, GA: 33.373196, -82.138731
SAVANNAH RIVER NEAR WAYNESBORO, GA: 33.149873, -81.754835
SAVANNAH R AT BURTONS FERRY BR NR MILLHAVEN, GA: 32.939047, -81.502608
BRUSHY CREEK AT CAMPGROUND ROAD, NEAR WRENS, GA: 33.180702, -82.334291
BRIER CREEK NEAR WAYNESBORO, GA: 33.118206, -81.963728
BRIER CREEK AT MILLHAVEN, GA: 32.933492, -81.651222
BEAVERDAM CREEK NEAR SARDIS, GA: 32.937658, -81.815392
SAVANNAH RIVER NEAR ESTILL, SC: 32.703333, -81.428333
SAVANNAH RIVER NEAR CLYO, GA: 32.528237, -81.268716
EBENEZER CREEK AT SPRINGFIELD, GA: 32.365747, -81.297332
SAVANNAH RIVER ABOVE HARDEEVILLE, SC: 32.339360, -81.128444
ABERCORN CREEK AT MOUTH NEAR SAVANNAH, GA: 32.249167, -81.153611
SAVANNAH RIVER (I-95) NEAR PORT WENTWORTH, GA: 32.235755, -81.151224
MIDDLE RIVER AT 'FISH HOLE' AT PORT WENTWORTH, GA: 32.142778, -81.135278
SAVANNAH RIVER AT ELBA ISLAND, NEAR SAVANNAH, GA: 32.103056, -81.006944
SOUTH CHANNEL (SAVANNAH RIVER) NEAR SAVANNAH, GA: 32.082709, -81.002334
OGEECHEE RIVER AT GA 88, NEAR GRANGE, GA: 33.044596, -82.603742
WILLIAMSON SWAMP CREEK AT DAVISBORO, GA: 32.975709, -82.609854
OGEECHEE RIVER AT MIDVILLE, GA: 32.814601, -82.235123
OGEECHEE RIVER AT ROCKY FORD RD, NR ROCKY FORD, GA: 32.649056, -81.840669
OGEECHEE RIVER AT GA 24, NEAR OLIVER, GA: 32.494623, -81.555663
OGEECHEE RIVER NEAR EDEN, GA: 32.191590, -81.415945
BLACK CREEK NEAR BLITCHTON, GA: 32.167980, -81.488167
OGEECHEE RIVER AT GA 204, NEAR ELLABELL, GA: 32.080204, -81.385390
CANOOCHEE RIVER NEAR CLAXTON, GA: 32.184914, -81.888727
CANOOCHEE RIVER AT BRIDGE 38, AT FORT STEWART, GA: 31.969444, -81.458611
PEACOCK CREEK AT MCINTOSH, GA: 31.813823, -81.520111
HUDSON CREEK AT MERIDIAN LANDING, NEAR MERIDIAN,GA: 31.453333, -81.362778
SOUTH RIVER AT SPRINGDALE ROAD, AT ATLANTA, GA: 33.683889, -84.415278
SOUTH RIVER AT FORREST PARK ROAD, AT ATLANTA, GA: 33.678997, -84.357981
INTRENCHMENT CR AT CONSTITUTION RD, NR ATLANTA, GA: 33.688997, -84.330480
DOOLITTLE CREEK AT FLAT SHOALS RD, NR DECATUR, GA: 33.705663, -84.292423
SHOAL CREEK AT COLUMBIA DRIVE NEAR ATLANTA, GA: 33.693194, -84.253889
COBBS CREEK AT RAINBOW DR, NEAR DECATUR, GA: 33.709551, -84.239366
SOUTH RIVER AT FLAKES MILL ROAD NR ATLANTA, GA: 33.666219, -84.224643
SNAPFINGER CREEK NEAR DECATUR, GA: 33.763439, -84.220198
SNAPFINGER CR AT THOMPSON MILL RD NR LITHONIA, GA: 33.696667, -84.198611
POLE BRIDGE CR AT EVANS MILL RD NEAR LITHONIA, GA: 33.668442, -84.151029
SOUTH RIVER AT KLONDIKE ROAD, NEAR LITHONIA, GA: 33.629832, -84.128528
HONEY CREEK AT GA 212, NEAR CONYERS, GA: 33.579834, -84.064081
PATES CREEK NEAR FLIPPEN, GA: 33.492500, -84.245000
SOUTH RIVER AT GA 81, AT SNAPPING SHOALS, GA: 33.484560, -83.957965
PEW CREEK AT PATTERSON RD, NEAR LAWRENCEVILLE, GA: 33.925937, -84.037688
SWEETWATER CREEK AT CLUB DRIVE NEAR LILBURN, GA: 33.941111, -84.107778
YELLOW RIVER AT GA 124, NEAR LITHONIA, GA: 33.772885, -84.058247
STONE MTN CR AT SILVER HILL RD, NEAR STONE MTN, GA: 33.826216, -84.165196
LITTLE STONE MTN CR NEAR STONE MOUNTAIN, GA: 33.830661, -84.139361
STONE MOUNTAIN CREEK AT GA 124, NEAR LITHONIA, GA: 33.773441, -84.077137
NO BUSINESS CREEK AT LEE ROAD, BELOW SNELLVILLE,GA: 33.778163, -84.037969
SWIFT CREEK NEAR LITHONIA, GA: 33.748163, -84.083804
YELLOW RIVER AT PLEASANT HILL ROAD, NR LITHONIA,GA: 33.733719, -84.061859
YELLOW RIVER AT MILSTEAD, GA: 33.692500, -83.996667
YELLOW RIVER AT GEES MILL ROAD, NEAR MILSTEAD, GA: 33.666944, -83.938056
BIG HAYNES CREEK AT LENORA ROAD, NR SNELLVILLE, GA: 33.815107, -83.990188
BRUSHY FORK CREEK AT BEAVER ROAD, NR LOGANVILLE,GA: 33.821497, -83.942408
BIG HAYNES CREEK AT JACK TURNER DAM,NR MILSTEAD GA: 33.729167, -83.937222
LITTLE HAYNES CREEK AT DIAL MILL RD NR MILSTEAD GA: 33.711111, -83.914444
BIG HAYNES CREEK AT BALD ROCK ROAD, NR MILSTEAD GA: 33.661389, -83.927778
YELLOW RIVER ROCKY PLAINS RD NR ROCKY PLAINS, GA: 33.499861, -83.884167
ALCOVY RIVER NEAR LAWRENCEVILLE, GA: 33.977882, -83.939626
SHOAL CREEK AT PAPER MILL RD, NR LAWRENCEVILLE, GA: 33.949722, -83.948333
ALCOVY RIVER AT NEW HOPE ROAD, NEAR GRAYSON, GA: 33.917607, -83.887958
ALCOVY RIVER ABOVE COVINGTON, GA: 33.640116, -83.779067
CORNISH CREEK AT LOWER JERSEY RD, NR COVINGTON, GA: 33.710833, -83.811111
LITTLE CORNISH CR (COUNTY ROAD 95) NR OXFORD, GA: 33.679444, -83.829722
CORNISH CREEK AT HAZELBRAND RD NR COVINGTON, GA: 33.628500, -83.798861
ALCOVY RIVER BELOW COVINGTON, GA: 33.505951, -83.824904
EAST BEAR CREEK AT POPLAR ROAD, NR MANSFIELD, GA: 33.507250, -83.770250
OCMULGEE RIVER NEAR JACKSON, GA: 33.307900, -83.838236
CABIN CREEK AT NORTH SECOND STREET, NR GRIFFIN, GA: 33.271667, -84.236389
TOWALIGA RIVER AT GA 83 NEAR JULIETTE, GA: 33.114851, -83.870461
FALLING CREEK NEAR JULIETTE, GA: 33.099854, -83.723510
OCMULGEE RIVER AT GA 18, AT DAMES FERRY, GA: 33.016801, -83.727123
OCMULGEE RIVER AT MACON, GA: 32.838611, -83.620556
TOBESOFKEE CREEK NEAR MACON, GA: 32.808889, -83.758333
ECHECONNEE CREEK AT HOUSTON RD, NEAR BYRON, GA: 32.691878, -83.700972
BIG INDIAN CREEK AT US 341, NEAR CLINCHFIELD, GA: 32.426819, -83.644348
OCMULGEE RIVER AT US 341, AT HAWKINSVILLE, GA: 32.280718, -83.461006
TUCSAWHATCHEE CREEK NEAR HAWKINSVILLE, GA: 32.239444, -83.501667
OCMULGEE RIVER AT ABBEVILLE, GA: 31.996567, -83.278490
OCMULGEE RIVER AT LUMBER CITY, GA: 31.920183, -82.674027
LITTLE OCMULGEE RIVER AT GA 149, AT SCOTLAND, GA: 32.052399, -82.815697
TURNPIKE CREEK NEAR MCRAE, GA: 31.991389, -82.921944
WHEELER CREEK AT BILL CHEEK ROAD, NEAR AUBURN, GA: 34.082327, -83.854622
MULBERRY CREEK NEAR WINDER, GA: 34.045942, -83.711560
MIDDLE OCONEE RIVER NEAR ARCADE, GA: 34.031667, -83.563333
MIDDLE OCONEE RIVER NEAR ATHENS, GA: 33.946667, -83.422778
NORTH OCONEE R AT WOODBRIDGE RD, NEAR COMMERCE, GA: 34.200278, -83.515833
PARKS CREEK AT LYLE FIELD RD NR JEFFERSON, GA: 34.162058, -83.525094
NORTH OCONEE RIVER AT COLLEGE ST, AT ATHENS, GA: 33.969837, -83.377380
OCONEE RIVER NEAR PENFIELD, GA: 33.721234, -83.295436
APALACHEE RIVER AT FENCE ROAD, NEAR DACULA, GA: 34.010383, -83.894068
APALACHEE RIVER NEAR BOSTWICK, GA: 33.788176, -83.474051
LITTLE RIVER AT NEWBORN RD NEAR NEWBORN, GA: 33.556361, -83.666528
LITTLE RIVER NEAR EATONTON, GA: 33.314021, -83.437109
MURDER CREEK BELOW EATONTON, GA: 33.252355, -83.481276
OCONEE RIVER AT MILLEDGEVILLE, GA: 33.089588, -83.215432
OCONEE RIVER AT AVANT MINE, NEAR OCONEE, GA: 32.939873, -83.066815
BUFFALO CREEK AT GA 272, NEAR OCONEE, GA: 32.891266, -82.960977
COMMISSIONER CREEK AT US 441, AT MCINTYRE, GA: 32.849869, -83.192932
OCONEE RIVER NEAR OCONEE, GA: 32.787380, -82.957089
BIG SANDY CREEK AT US 441, NEAR IRWINTON, GA: 32.766538, -83.167932
OCONEE RIVER AT DUBLIN, GA: 32.544611, -82.894587
OCONEE RIVER NEAR MOUNT VERNON, GA: 32.191291, -82.633190
ALTAMAHA RIVER AT US 221, NR CHARLOTTEVILLE, GA: 31.957966, -82.517077
ALTAMAHA RIVER NEAR BAXLEY, GA: 31.939083, -82.353460
OHOOPEE RIVER AT GA 297, NEAR SWAINSBORO, GA: 32.440449, -82.382072
OHOOPEE RIVER NEAR REIDSVILLE, GA: 32.078528, -82.177343
ALTAMAHA RIVER AT DOCTORTOWN, GA: 31.654659, -81.827892
ALTAMAHA RIVER NEAR EVERETT CITY, GA: 31.427167, -81.605386
BRUNSWICK RIVER AT BRUNSWICK, GA: 31.121898, -81.482877
BRUNSWICK RIVER AT ST. SIMONS ISLAND, GA: 31.133565, -81.396486
SATILLA RIVER AT GA 158, NEAR WAYCROSS, GA: 31.302709, -82.561250
SATILLA RIVER NEAR WAYCROSS, GA: 31.238274, -82.324571
ALABAHA RIVER AT GA 203, NEAR BLACKSHEAR, GA: 31.375492, -82.288736
LITTLE SATILLA RIVER NEAR OFFERMAN, GA: 31.451326, -82.054561
SATILLA RIVER AT ATKINSON, GA: 31.220641, -81.865665
SUWANNEE RIVER ABOVE FARGO, GA: 30.707500, -82.539167
SUWANNEE RIVER AT US 441, AT FARGO, GA: 30.680556, -82.560556
ALAPAHA RIVER AT GA 125/32 NEAR IRWINVILLE, GA: 31.631296, -83.417938
ALAPAHA RIVER NEAR ALAPAHA, GA: 31.384363, -83.192376
ALAPAHA RIVER AT STATENVILLE, GA: 30.704101, -83.033196
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT MCMILLAN RD,NEAR BEMISS, GA: 30.952700, -83.268486
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT US 41 NEAR VALDOSTA, GA: 30.892700, -83.318765
LITTLE RIVER AT UPPER TY TY ROAD, NEAR TIFTON, GA: 31.481850, -83.584056
LITTLE RIVER NEAR ADEL, GA: 31.155556, -83.543611
LITTLE RIVER AT GA 122, NEAR HAHIRA, GA: 31.001025, -83.458216
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT US 84, NEAR QUITMAN, GA: 30.793056, -83.453611
OKAPILCO CREEK AT GA 333, NEAR QUITMAN, GA: 30.825556, -83.562500
OCHLOCKONEE RIVER AT GA 188, NEAR COOLIDGE, GA: 31.002222, -83.939167
OCHLOCKONEE RIVER NEAR THOMASVILLE, GA: 30.875747, -84.045450
LITTLE ATTAPULGUS CREEK AT ATTAPULGUS, GA: 30.735556, -84.496944
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER AT HELEN, GA: 34.700833, -83.728889
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER NEAR LEAF, GA: 34.577042, -83.635732
SOQUE RIVER AT GA 197, NEAR CLARKESVILLE, GA: 34.618611, -83.528889
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER NEAR CORNELIA, GA: 34.540722, -83.622775
CHESTATEE RIVER NEAR DAHLONEGA, GA: 34.528056, -83.939722
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER (BUFORD DAM) NR BUFORD, GA: 34.161488, -84.076022
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER AT BUFORD DAM, NEAR BUFORD, GA: 34.156944, -84.078889
RICHLAND CREEK AT SUWANEE DAM ROAD, NEAR BUFORD,GA: 34.132600, -84.069911
LEVEL CREEK AT SUWANEE DAM ROAD, NEAR SUWANEE, GA: 34.096489, -84.079634
DICK CREEK AT OLD ATLANTA RD, NEAR SUWANEE, GA: 34.071489, -84.130192
CHATTAHOOCHEE R 0.76 MI US MCGINNIS FY SUWANEE GA: 34.056306, -84.109083
SUWANEE CREEK AT SUWANEE, GA: 34.032323, -84.089356
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER NEAR NORCROSS, GA: 33.997222, -84.201944
CROOKED CREEK NEAR NORCROSS, GA: 33.965101, -84.264923
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER ABOVE ROSWELL, GA: 33.985934, -84.316036
BIG CREEK AT GA 9, NEAR CUMMING, GA: 34.155930, -84.218531
BIG CREEK NEAR ALPHARETTA, GA: 34.050556, -84.269444
BIG CREEK BELOW HOG WALLOW CREEK AT ROSWELL, GA: 34.017500, -84.353333
WILLEO CREEK AT GA 120, NEAR ROSWELL, GA: 34.002878, -84.394372
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER BELOW MORGAN FALLS DAM, GA: 33.968056, -84.382778
SEWELL MILL CREEK AT GA 120, NEAR MARIETTA, GA: 33.979268, -84.452152
SOPE CREEK NEAR MARIETTA, GA: 33.953889, -84.443333
ROTTENWOOD CR AT INTERSTATE N PKWY, NR SMYRNA, GA: 33.893714, -84.457708
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER AT US 41, AT ATLANTA, GA: 33.868159, -84.453819
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER AT ATLANTA, GA: 33.859167, -84.454444
N.F. PEACHTREE CREEK AT GRAVES RD, NR DORAVILLE,GA: 33.905658, -84.224921
N.F. PEACHTREE CREEK, BUFORD HWY, NEAR ATLANTA, GA: 33.831493, -84.342703
SOUTH FORK PEACHTREE AT CASA DR, NR CLARKSTON, GA: 33.810444, -84.247972
BURNT FORK CR AT MILLWOOD WAY NEAR CLARKSTON, GA: 33.821389, -84.274722
S.F. PEACHTREE CREEK JOHNSON RD, NEAR ATLANTA, GA: 33.802883, -84.340759
PEACHTREE CREEK AT ATLANTA, GA: 33.819444, -84.407778
WOODALL CREEK AT DEFOORS FERRY RD, AT ATLANTA, GA: 33.821772, -84.438818
NANCY CREEK AT JOHNSON FERRY RD, AT CHAMBLEE, GA: 33.897880, -84.345481
NANCY CREEK AT RICKENBACKER DRIVE, AT ATLANTA, GA: 33.869167, -84.378889
NANCY CREEK AT WEST WESLEY ROAD, AT ATLANTA, GA: 33.838438, -84.439373
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER AT GA 280, NEAR ATLANTA, GA: 33.816944, -84.480000
PROCTOR CREEK AT HORTENSE WAY, AT ATLANTA, GA: 33.775662, -84.440762
PROCTOR CREEK TRIB AT SPRING RD, AT ATLANTA, GA: 33.792778, -84.468889
PROCTOR CREEK AT JACKSON PARKWAY, AT ATLANTA, GA: 33.794273, -84.474375
NICKAJACK CREEK AT US 78/278, NEAR MABLETON, GA: 33.803333, -84.521389
UTOY CREEK AT GREAT SOUTHWEST PKWY NR ATLANTA, GA: 33.743441, -84.568266
SWEETWATER CREEK,BROWNSVILLE RD,POWDER SPRINGS,GA: 33.827328, -84.719658
POWDER SPRINGS CREEK NEAR POWDER SPRINGS, GA: 33.859271, -84.687991
SWEETWATER CR 0.05 MI US RR BRIDGE AT AUSTELL, GA: 33.817778, -84.650000
NOSES CREEK AT POWDER SPRINGS RD,POWDER SPRINGS,GA: 33.859271, -84.652712
OLLEY CREEK AT CLAY ROAD, NEAR AUSTELL, GA: 33.836216, -84.631601
SWEETWATER CREEK NEAR AUSTELL, GA: 33.776607, -84.615545
SWEETWATER CREEK BELOW AUSTELL, GA: 33.720942, -84.614933
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER NEAR FAIRBURN, GA: 33.656667, -84.673611
DOG RIVER AT GA 5, NEAR FAIRPLAY, GA: 33.653806, -84.821028
SNAKE CRK DS SNAKE CRK RESERVIOR NR WHITESBURG, GA: 33.527222, -84.936389
SNAKE CREEK NEAR WHITESBURG, GA: 33.529556, -84.928273
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER NEAR WHITESBURG, GA: 33.477058, -84.900772
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER AT GA 100, AT FRANKLIN, GA: 33.279285, -85.099942
HILLABAHATCHEE CREEK AT THAXTON RD, NR FRANKLIN,GA: 33.340672, -85.226890
NEW RIVER AT GA 100, NEAR CORINTH, GA: 33.235397, -84.987716
YELLOWJACKET CREEK-HAMMETT RD, BLW HOGANSVILLE, GA: 33.139567, -84.975215
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER BELOW WEST POINT DAM, GA: 32.917349, -85.189386
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER AT WEST POINT, GA: 32.886239, -85.182164
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER AT 14TH ST, AT COLUMBUS, GA: 32.472778, -84.996667
UPATOI CREEK NEAR COLUMBUS, GA: 32.413478, -84.819928
HANNAHATCHEE CREEK AT UNION ROAD, AT UNION, GA: 32.152931, -84.905760
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER AT SPUR 39, NEAR OMAHA, GA: 32.142376, -85.046320
PATAULA CREEK NEAR GEORGETOWN, GA: 31.818495, -84.973816
CHATTAHOOCHEE R BELOW WFG DAM AB FT. GAINES, GA: 31.623501, -85.063818
CHATTAHOOCHEE R .36 MI DS WFG DAM NR FT GAINES, GA: 31.621389, -85.060000
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER AT MILE 46 NEAR COLUMBIA, ALA: 31.249066, -85.106596
SAWHATCHEE CREEK AT CEDAR SPRINGS, GA: 31.180833, -85.043611
CAMP CREEK AT HELMER ROAD, NEAR FAYETTEVILLE, GA: 33.525833, -84.433889
MORNING CRK AT WESTBRIDGE RD, NR FAYETTEVILLE, GA: 33.541389, -84.484167
FLINT RIVER NEAR LOVEJOY, GA: 33.415556, -84.384722
FLINT RIVER AT WOOLSEY ROAD, NEAR WOOLSEY, GA: 33.359722, -84.394444
LAKE HORTON (TAILRACE) NEAR FAYETTEVILLE, GA: 33.318611, -84.418611
SHOAL CREEK AT SHOAL CREEK ROAD, NEAR GRIFFIN, GA: 33.256944, -84.362778
FLINT RIVER NEAR GRIFFIN, GA: 33.244167, -84.429167
LINE CREEK BELOW GA 54, NEAR PEACHTREE CITY, GA: 33.395556, -84.606944
SHOAL CREEK AT GA54, NEAR SHARPSBURG, GA: 33.389167, -84.624722
LINE CREEK BLW LAKE MCINTOSH, NR PEACHTREE CITY,GA: 33.357617, -84.582429
FLAT CR DS OF LAKE KEDRON, NR PEACHTREE CITY, GA: 33.421667, -84.578333
FLAT CREEK (DS OF LAKE) AT PEACHTREE CITY, GA: 33.383172, -84.572707
LINE CREEK NEAR SENOIA, GA: 33.319167, -84.522222
WHITEWATER CREEK AT EASTIN RD, NR FAYETTEVILLE, GA: 33.487222, -84.508333
WHITEWATER CR AT SHERWOOD RD, NR FAYETTEVILLE, GA: 33.421389, -84.492778
WHITEWATER CR (DS STARRS MILL DAM)FAYETTEVILLE, GA: 33.328333, -84.509167
FLINT RIVER BELOW BIG BRANCH, NEAR MOLENA, GA: 33.047071, -84.526869
POTATO CREEK AT COUNTY LINE RD, NR ORCHARD HILL,GA: 33.187222, -84.229444
FLINT RIVER AT US 19, NEAR CARSONVILLE, GA: 32.721389, -84.232500
FLINT RIVER AT GA 26, NEAR MONTEZUMA, GA: 32.293056, -84.043611
TURKEY CREEK AT BYROMVILLE, GA: 32.195556, -83.902222
FLINT RIVER AT GA 32, NEAR OAKFIELD, GA: 31.725000, -84.018611
KINCHAFOONEE CREEK AT PRESTON, GA: 32.052500, -84.548333
KINCHAFOONEE CREEK AT PINEWOOD ROAD, NR DAWSON, GA: 31.764444, -84.253333
MUCKALEE CREEK NEAR AMERICUS, GA: 32.083056, -84.258056
MUCKALEE CREEK AT GA 195, NEAR LEESBURG, GA: 31.776111, -84.139444
FLINT RIVER AT ALBANY, GA: 31.594167, -84.144167
FLINT RIVER AT NEWTON, GA: 31.306944, -84.338889
ICHAWAYNOCHAWAY CREEK AT GA 37, NEAR MORGAN, GA: 31.526944, -84.582778
PACHITLA CREEK NEAR EDISON, GA: 31.555000, -84.680833

Georgia is a state that is rich in natural beauty and in aquatic resources. Here, you will find more than 2,000 acres of public fishing waters, six different hatcheries in warm water in order to promote various fish species, 12,000 miles worth of streams and rivers, 500,000 acres worth of lakes and reservoirs, and 4,000 miles that are just trout streams. As far as fishing goes, Georgia is a real treasure.

You can fish year-round in Georgia with the exception of a few rivers that have a set season. Thanks to Georgia’s beautiful weather, even winter fishing is enjoyable. So, let’s take a look at some of the wonderful fishing opportunities you can find here.

​Where to Go?

While Georgia has plenty of streams that are ideal for anglers, the streams themselves aren't great for helping with trout production. The soil in Georgia doesn't contain enough calcium to allow trout to flourish in these streams, and because there are so many anglers out there, the Wildlife Resources Division and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service had to step in. These streams are stocked with a variety of trout such as brook, brown, and rainbow, so anglers aren't out of luck. Stocking happens from about March until August. This doesn't mean that all streams are stocked yearly. It is done on an as-needed basis to keep conditions favorable.

With this in mind, there are a number of great locations worth checking out. If you’re an advanced fly fisher, you’d probably be happier with the less stocked streams, to give you that added challenge. Meanwhile, the more heavily stocked streams are excellent for beginners just learning the technique. Be advised that some of these trout streams have set regulations such as artificial lures only.

Here’s a look at some of the top areas for fly fishing in Georgia:

The Toccoa River (Lower and Upper portions)

The Toccoa River is divided into two main sections, the lower and upper parts, and quite frankly, both are great for fly fishing. The trout are plentiful in this river and they are deemed as "fiesty", which makes the fishing all the more fun and challenging. If you opt for the lower portion of the river, this can be found from about the Blue Ridge Dam all the way until where the river passes over into Tennessee. Conditions include shoals with plenty of rocks, some rather deep pools, and the fact that it's long. You are able to fish from shore or float along the river if you prefer. It should be noted that the water level can get quite high, which makes wading out of the question. You can fish all year round here and find such varieties as smallmouth bass, brown trout, and rainbow trout.

Meanwhile, the upper portion of the rivers starts at Union County and is really meant to be floated. It does have some rapids, but they are just moderate in size. Again, you'll have problems wading in the upper portion, thanks to the water levels. You'll find the same types of fish in the upper as the lower region. Take note that the upper portion of the river is much more heavily stocked, so you can keep that in mind when planning your visit. Experts recommend using the caddis as your fly no matter where you are on the river.

The Jacks River

Many anglers love the idea of a serene and picturesque location, and if that sounds like you, then you'll enjoy the Jacks River. This river can be found in the Cohutta Federal Wilderness Area and WMA. That gives you a sense of just how rugged and remote it is. While it may not be large fish you catch here, it's more about the environment and setting. Keep in mind that it's not easily accessible – you will have to hike to the river's edge to get to it. It should also be noted that on your hike you will likely get wet, so wear your waders right from the start. In fact, the river is really best enjoyed when you are wading. Experts suggest trying spinners, plugs, and various imitation hatches as flies.

The trout you'll find here are brook, brown, and rainbow. The fishing season along this river is from April through to October.

Chattooga River

The Chattooga River is a well-known river and is extremely popular with those looking to catch trout. And it's not just anglers you'll find here, it’s also well-known for its white water paddling opportunities. Even though it's beautiful and remote, this one does have a bit more life happening around it. There are wildlife, other tourists and hikers, those enjoying the river, and there are other outdoor activities happening. Typically, the anglers flock to Ellicott Rock, which is found in the upper end of the river. Here is where you'll find a healthy amount of trout, and the boats aren't allowed through here, keeping things quiet and ideal for fishing. Besides trout, there are also redeye bass in this section of the river.

The ideal way to fish this river is by shore or by wading. The fishing season lasts all year long on the Chattooga. When picking your spinners, opt for ones with blades that are silver, gold, firetiger patterns, black, gold and silver, or painted. Just like you would normally do, try to match your fly with the hatch that is happening at that particular time. Experts suggest using egg patterns as well.

​When to Go?

The fishing season is one that runs year-round in Georgia, but with that said, there are times that are better than others. If you're fishing for trout, the season is from mid-March through October or November. Summer will obviously be the busiest and it tends to get quite hot, which can be uncomfortable for anglers. What this means is that spring and fall are the ideal times to visit. The fish will be spawning and running at different times of the year, so it’s also important to keep that in mind as you plan your trip.

Many anglers prefer to plan their visit around the hatch season, and if that's the case, you'll be pleased to know that in Georgia there are hatches taking place all year round. The busiest months are from April through August, but there are still hatches taking place in the other months. It is recommended that you change up your flies to match with the current hatch season.

​What You Will Need When You Get There?

When it comes to your fly line, opt for a weight between 5 and 8, as these should be ideal for catching a wide variety of trout. After you know the fly line weight, you need to match up your reel weight and rod weight since they should all balance. The length of your fishing rod is dependent on how far you plan on casting, which takes into account the size of the river, stream, or lake. Opt for eight feet and shorter if you're in a tight space, or nine feet and higher for wider spaces.

During the busy summer months of the fishing season, it's best to match up your flies with the current bug hatch taking place. This means opting for such flies as nymphs, caddis flies, midges, spinners, and such. You can still use these flies at other times of the year too and have success with them. If you're unsure of what to use, take a look around at the insects around that river, stream, or lake and imitate them on your line. Making a stop at a local bait store will also help you pick the best flies.

Georgia gives you the opportunity to fish from shore, wading, on float, or by boat. You’ve got a bit of everything here, making it really interesting for anglers. However, with that said, there are many trout streams that are best fished by wading, so invest in a pair of high quality chest-high waders.

Anyone who is 16 years of age and older and plans to fish in Georgia needs to have a valid fishing license. These licenses last for one year, after which they’ll need to be renewed again. Both residents and non-residents must have a license. This license can be obtained through the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Before you do any fishing, be sure you are well aware of the regulations and any daily limits the state may have on any particular species.

Georgia is a state filled with beautiful scenery, wildlife, landscapes, and bodies of water. It makes for the ideal vacation spot for any fly fisher looking to test their skills and techniques. Even though you can enjoy fishing year-round in this state, spring and fall are usually the best time to visit when it comes to the weather, the fish, and the crowds on the shores and in the water. Whether you like fishing from the shore, wading, or by boat, you’ve got endless options in this fabulous and diverse state.