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30 08, 2022

Fishing Report: September 1st, 2022

2022-08-30T13:21:18-04:00

The Toccoa Tailwater has been fishing well due to the cooler nights and overcast, rainy days that we’ve had on and off for the last two weeks. Water temperatures are good but a bright, sunny

Fishing Report: September 1st, 20222022-08-30T13:21:18-04:00
22 06, 2022

Notes from the Field

2022-06-22T16:38:04-04:00

So, I've put on few. Happens to the best of us. My wife wanted to go walking near the house and volun-told me to go with her. The local college near the house has a

Notes from the Field2022-06-22T16:38:04-04:00
23 11, 2021

Holiday Gift Guide 2021

2021-11-23T10:11:48-05:00

Holiday Gift Guide: Looking for the perfect gift for the angler in your life? We’ve got you covered. Fly Tying: Giving a tying kit, tying vise, and/or a Fly Tying 101 Certificate is a great

Holiday Gift Guide 20212021-11-23T10:11:48-05:00
3 08, 2021

Fishing Report: August 3rd, 2021

2021-08-03T12:30:24-04:00

Etowah River: We’re at the tail end of striper season, but spotted bass fishing is only going to get better from now till October! If you do plan on striper fishing, the first and last

Fishing Report: August 3rd, 20212021-08-03T12:30:24-04:00
19 06, 2021

Fishing Report: 6/19/21

2021-06-19T15:57:21-04:00

It's been a little while since we've done a fishing report! The best thing going this weekend is most likely going to be smaller streams in the mountains. We're anticipating rain in the forecast. Some

Fishing Report: 6/19/212021-06-19T15:57:21-04:00
19 05, 2021

Introducing Jason Davis!

2021-05-19T14:46:44-04:00

We are excited to announce the addition of Jason Davis to our guide staff! Jason specializes in Shoal Bass and will be guiding fly fishing trips for these river gems. Jason grew up in South

Introducing Jason Davis!2021-05-19T14:46:44-04:00
12 02, 2021

(Fisher)man’s Best Friend

2021-02-12T12:01:29-05:00

They're always there to greet you with a wagging tail and expression of pure joy. They can be classified as a shop dog or skiff dog but either way you look at it, they're a

(Fisher)man’s Best Friend2021-02-12T12:01:29-05:00
5 02, 2021

Field Staff Reports: Rum and Bones

2021-02-05T16:52:47-05:00

I love mornings in a fish camp. Groggy anticipation, the smell of bacon, and cup after cup of coffee to help clear the cobwebs from one too many rum and Cokes the night before. I

Field Staff Reports: Rum and Bones2021-02-05T16:52:47-05:00
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