The popper fishing is really starting to heat up on the Etowah. Water temps are still high but the water has cleared up significantly in the past few weeks and the fish are looking up!
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For our annual staff trip this year, we closed the shop for a couple of days and loaded up Andy’s truck with rods and duffle bags and beer; Cartersville was in the rearview, boat in
Striper Fishing is pretty much done until the water temps drop. Temps are spiking up into the low 80s at the dam and fish are in survival mode right now so we do not suggest
Not much has changed this week for the striped fish, water continues to swing between 75-80 degrees making the morning and evening the best time to get out. Flows are good and the visibility is
When we first heard about Rio’s Single Hand Spey line, we didn’t think much of it, assuming it was a line that filled a novelty space in our arsenal rather than being something that we
Striper Fishing is on the downhill slide to fall, the river is warm and while there are still fish to be caught the hot weather and warm water temps have us looking to fall for
The Etowah is back to fishable flows and good clarity! Water temps are in the high 70s and low 80s tho so be careful fighting and handling fish especially the larger striper. That being said
The Etowah is blown out from all the rain this week and near constant generation from Allatoona dam has the river unfishable. Once the river gets back to normal the fishing will go back to
If you have ever spent much time sight fishing on the flats whether it be for Tarpon, Bonefish, Redfish or Permit, then you have spent a lot of time starring at the water sometimes while
It feels like the same old song and dance this week. Rain early in the week has blown out the river but a few days of the US Army Corps releasing water from Allatoona Dam