We're still getting rain and will continue through to Saturday on and off, so most of the water is going to be higher and potentially off color through the weekend. Don't let this keep you
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The Toccoa Tailwater is fishing well, outside of the generation schedule. We've been focusing on streamers lately, hunting for those larger browns that live in the river - try 6-8 weights with floating and intermediate/sinktip fly
Happy New Year! This is the first fishing report of the year for us, as we took a little break for the holidays. We're anticipating another busy year at both shops and with our guide
The Etowah River was fishing well before the torrential downpour earlier this week. If the creeks clear up by the end of the week and generation allows, this would be a great option this weekend. Water
The Toccoa Tailwater is fishing well. Rain from earlier this week blew out the river for a couple of days, but things should be returning to normal. Don't let adverse weather conditions deter your fishing and
Fishing ethics are subjective outside of the law. This means that we set our own standard for what we regard as sporting beyond the regulations set by state game departments; if I were to make a
The Toccoa Tailwater is fishing well. We're focusing on subsurface presentations right now - nymphs imitating stoneflies, caddis, midges, and blue-winged 0lives like tungsten split case BWOs, Thrift Shop Caddis, Pat's Rubber Legs, Holy Grails,
Shopping for the outdoorsman and sportsman is hard. We're all very particular in what we like, and it seems like we've already got everything. To make things a little easier on you this holiday season,
The current forecast for this weekend is projecting 90-100% rain starting in the late afternoon Friday through the evening Saturday. Be mindful of rain if you plan on getting out - wet and cold do
The Toccoa Tailwater is fishing well! This time of year, I like to focus on subsurface presentations, but we've been seeing some smaller caddis and Blue Winged Olives, so bring along some dry flies with you.