Stamp Creek

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Stamp Creek is a stocked trout stream in Pine Log Wildlife Management Area. Stamp Creek is unusual in two regards: it is a walk-in put-and-take trout stream, and it is open enough for fly fishing. Most of the designated trout water portion of Stamp Creek flows through the 14,913 acre Pine Log Wildlife Management Area. After leaving the management area, Stamp Creek eventually flows into Allatoona Lake. Stamp Creek is periodically stocked with catchable-size rainbow trout. Redeye bass and various sunfish species are also present. A dirt road runs close to the stream in the management area. However, a gate limits the road to non-vehicular traffic for most of the year. Key species: rainbow trout, redeye bass.
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Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Cartersville
Elevation Gain: Minimal
Trail Type: Unspecified
Access: Best way to fish: bank, wading
Season: Best March through October
Local Contacts: Allatoona Lake Resource Manager
Local Maps: DeLorme Georgia Atlas and Gazetteer
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Fished Stamp Creek for the first time today. Didn't have any luck at the Stamp Creek Rd bridge, so drove into the WMA to the Pine Log "bridge" and worked my way downstream about a mile or so. Landed 3 small rainbows, but they put up a great fight. On my way back up, I saw a nice little pool and decided to throw my Joe's Fly in there for the heck of it. Was so surprised when a 1 1/2 pound largemouth came barreling out of some brush on the opposite bank and scooped up my fly. What a treat on my Shakespere Micro set,,,, Great trip, looking forward to my next time on the Stamp !!!


8-10-08 My wife and I hiked the stamp creek trail from the check station up grassy hollow rd to pine log gap road. All these are dirt and gravel one lane wma access roads and the gates are all closed to any vehicles. Hikers and horses are all we met on the way in but there were 7 people on trail bikes at the bridge over stamp creek on pine log gap road. From best I can calculate this is about a 2 mi in and 2 mi out hike, with some pretty good hills to get the heart pumping and some nice views along the way. At the bridge (they were three culverts actually) we saw 15 or 20 nice pan size trout up stream at pine log gap road. I plan on going back soon and see how the fishing is in stamp creek. Bill Jones Marietta, ga

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