Cool Summer Trout In The ‘Hooch’

Unknown to many anglers, the cool, summer waters of the “Hooch” just northeast of Atlanta and below Lake Lanier, are loaded with nice mountain trout. In fact, some of the trout are near record-size, and the scenery is breathtaking!

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Great Fishing On The Chattahoochee River

Though the Chattahoochee River is quite tainted by pollution south of Atlanta, fabulous fishing opportunities and some of Georgia’s finest vistas can be seen from the hills north of Helen to Lake Lanier. The upper Chattahoochee and Henson Creek are still home to some of the last native eastern brook trout in the Southeast. Father down, one also can catch both stocked and native rainbow trout.

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Catching Summer Bass On Georgia’s Lake Allatoona

Though known mostly as a great lake for hybrid or striped bass, Lake Allatoona near Atlanta can also be a fabulous fishin’ hole for largemouth bass. No doubt, it always presents a challenge to any fisherman, but expert fishing guides say that with the proper equipment and knowledge, this tough old lake can be conquered! Here’s how.

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Waiting Out Tom Terrific

The low-lying morning mist on the meadow brought to mind memories of sweet heartache. It looked like the roll of dry ice swirling at the feet of crush-struck slow dancers at a senior prom, or storm clouds rolling like a silent sea around the cones of lower mountains on a farewell visit to a special summit.

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