The Toccoa Tailwater has been fishing well when the rain doesn’t stain the river. We recieved a good amount of rain in the past couple of weeks. Usually, it takes a couple of days for the water to clear up to a fishable color. When it is fishable, we have been catching them on various streamers, nymphs, and even some dries. Streamer wise, I recommend Sparkle Minnows (size 4-8, Gold/Pearl), Sparkle Yummies (Copper/Yellow or Gold/Copper) and Galloup’s Dungeon (size 2, yellow or olive). Hopper/Dropper rigs with Pat’s Rubber Legs (size 6-8 in olive/brown or black) and any hare’s ear variations have been producing. We are still seeing March Browns and Caddis hatching out there as well. The Etowah should be starting to see action for Striped Bass in mid-May but Spotted Bass fishing is good at the moment. Also, middle Georgia Shoal Bass fishing should be very good through May. Good luck if you are able to get out on the water and don’t forget to swing by the shop for any other information or to stock up on flies.