Tying Tutorial: Making a Brush

If you saw our video on Conner's Jerk Minnow, you may have noticed that Conner used a homemade brush to create the body of his fly. If you've ever wanted to try and make your own brush but don't have a brush table or don't want to buy one, these techniques are for you. Check out the full tying video for Conner's Jerk Minnow here! Tools required: Uni Dubbing Brush Wire (stainless steel wire) OR Ultra Wire Large Thumbtack or Nail Table you don't mind scarring Dubbing Twister of choice

By |April 4th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

Fishing Report: April 3rd, 2020

As of today, at 6PM, Georgia has been placed under a Shelter-in-Place order by the governor. We're going to continue to be closed to the public, but feel free to email me at or call the shop phone at (706) 946-3044. If looking for gear, tying materials, or anything else, you can either check out our new webstore here, or call us if you can't find what you're looking for on the webstore! Fishing has been phenomenal lately, and will only continue to get better as the air and water temperatures warm. Stay safe and stay healthy! The Toccoa Tailwater as of wednesday, is inaccessible at Horseshoe Bend Park, and Tammen Park is only open on weekdays according

By |April 3rd, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

Tying Tutorial: Conner’s Jerk Minnow

Conner's Jerk minnow has been a pattern that has been evolving for a while. This iteration is the result of years of fishing and perfecting - if you're hitting the water right now and chasing bass, get out the vice and take some notes! Check out the tying kit on our website here or if you only need a few of the materials listed below, check out the webstore here! Materials: Hook - Gamakatsu B10S size 1 or 1/0 or Gamakatsu SL12S 1/0 Rattle: Hareline Glass or Plastic Rattle Tail - Gold, Silver, and Opal Flashabou Body - Craft Fur, either stacked or in a brush Head - Laser Dub in Olive and White Extras that we

By |March 27th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

Fishing Report: March 26th, 2020

Due to Fannin County's current guidelines for all non-essential business, we will be closed from today till April 13th in Blue Ridge. We're in the middle of updating our online store, so hopefully we will have that up and running at the end of the day tomorrow. We won't have 100% of the store on there immediately (flies, fly tying especially), so if you can't find something you're looking for on the webstore, we can still add it to your order! Shoot me an email at If you've got cabin fever, we have some openings for private water wade trips, and the Tick is fishing great right now! Call us at 4045619589 to book and

By |March 26th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

Fishing Report: March 19th, 2020

There's a lot of uncertainty with evertything that's going right now, and for now we're staying open here in Blue Ridge. If circumstances change in Fannin County, we will adjust our hours as needed, but we have every intention of doing our best to serve the fishing community here. If you don't feel comfortable coming into the store, call us. We will ship anything we have in stock to you, with no added shipping charge. If we don't have it in store, some of our vendors are waving drop shipping fees directly to you. Fishing is a great way to get away from the uncertainty and crowds, and we will do our best to keep you

By |March 19th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

Bassapalooza 2020

Southern Bassapalooza on the Fly 2020 Rules May 29th and 30th, 2020 Registration Deadline is May 1st - Entry Fee is $200 per team Instead of picking up the Registration Packet this year at Cohutta Fishing Company, we will have a pre party May 29th at the Gravel Bar featuring Sweetwater and other tasty brews, a food truck, and live music from local musicians Joel Bridges and Mark Godfrey and our headliner, Dottie the Band, 8:30 to midnight. The concert and camping is included with the registration fee. Awards ceremony will take place at 5pm on May 30th at The Gravel Bar. For directions, please email Jacob or stop by the shop - the Gravel Bar

By |March 18th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|