Fly Fishing in the North Georgia Mountains
Fly Fishing in the North Georgia Mountains: Part of what makes Rabun such an appealing destination for fishermen and women is the fact that most of the best fishing spots are public.
Fishing in North Georgia Streams, Rivers and Lakes:
Land a whopper in Rabun County’s rivers, lakes and streams. Whether you prefer open water or a serene stream, you’ll find it here. There are plenty of fishing opportunities with all of the water you’re sure to find something to dip your line into. Rabun County is crisscrossed with streams, lakes, rivers and other waterways. If you’re in search of the catch of the day or the catch of a lifetime, Rabun County is the place for you. With five mountain lakes and numerous world class trout streams, Rabun County is every angler’s dream location for catching trout, largemouth bass, bluegill, walleye, yellow perch, crappie, spotted bass, and more.
Some of Rabun County’s most popular fly fishing locations include: Tallulah River, Chattooga River, Soque River, Moccasin Creek, Warwoman Creek and Black Rock Creek, just to name a few. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources stocks 14 bodies of water in Rabun with trout, and those areas see the most activity among fly fishers. However, there are hidden gems to be found off the beaten path.
Part of what makes Rabun such an appealing destination for fly fishers is the fact that most of the fishing spots are public. With all the national forest land, most of the places to fish are public, and that’s why we think Rabun is really the fly fishing capital of Georgia.
Rabun County also features some popular resources for people looking to get into fly fishing, including the Hatch Camp and Art Farm. The Hatch Camp, located in the Warwoman community, features fly fishing lessons, guided fishing trips, a fly shop and fishing along a private stream for seasoned fly fishers.
Fly Fishing in North Georgia Streams, Rivers and Lakes:
Come relax with us in the northeast Georgia mountains! A land where you can view stunning mountain scenery, experience trout fishing in cold mountain streams, boat and fish on mountain lakes, run white water rivers. View the many forms of wildlife. Enjoy hiking, biking and horseback riding on trails while exploring the national forest. Visit the many attractions such as waterfalls, mountain fairs, festivals and handcraft shows.
And at the end of the day come relax at Beechwood Inn, located in the Historic town of Clayton just a short drive from the best fishing in the entire region.
Guided fly-fishing trips are available for anglers or pick up needed supplies from these recommended places!
Black Hawk Fly Fishing: 706-947-3474 www.blackhawkflyfishing.com
View a map of North Georgia’s extensive trout streams, rivers and lakes.