Fishing Georgia Guide Book

by Kevin Dallmier (Falcon Guides)
Fishing Georgia  by Kevin Dallmier

ISBN: 156044777X

Fishing Georgia provides tips on technique and tackle and gives accurate directions to and descriptions of the best fishing site in the Peach state. Trout anglers are in for a treat when they cast their lines on the 4,000 miles of trout streams. The Chattahoochee, the Chattooga, and Conasauga Rivers all offer excellent trout fishing, not to mention the abundance of smaller creeks in northern Georgia, like Holly Creek and Cooper Creek. If saltwater species are your preference, explore Georgia's more than 100 miles of Atlantic Ocean coastline. No matter what your fishing for, Fishing Georgia can point you to the catch of a lifetime or just a fun day of fishing.

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Trails from the "Fishing Georgia" Guide Book
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... Preview: Located only 30 miles from metro Atlanta, Allatoona Lake is one of the most frequently visited USACE lakes in the United States. More than 13 million visitors each year enjoy the angling, camping, and ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Atlanta, GA - Fishing
... Preview: Situated just off the causeway crossing the Intracoastal Waterway to Saint Simons Island, these piers offer good access for the nonboating angler. The Back River fishing piers (one pier on each side ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Brunswick, GA - Fishing
... Preview: Fantastic fishing for big bass and bream, Banks Lake is a natural “Carolina Bay” of ancient origin. Banks Lake National Wildlife Refuge is part of a much larger blackwater system. The refuge contains ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Lakeland, GA - Fishing
... Preview: A 5,850-acre hydropower reservoir on the Chattahoochee River owned and operated by Georgia Power Company, Bartletts Ferry offers good angling for a several different species. The lake is especially kn ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Columbus, GA - Fishing
... Preview: This 195-acre public fishing lake is on Big Lazer Creek Wildlife Management Area near the Flint River in Talbot County. Big Lazer Creek Public Fishing Area is on a 5,984-acre state Wildlife Management ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Talbotton, GA - Fishing
... Preview: Located close to the meeting place of the Georgia, Tennessee, and North Carolina borders, Blue Ridge Lake is one of north Georgia’s mountain treasures and is arguably the best destination in the state ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Morganton, GA - Fishing
... Preview: A small creek overshadowed by its more popular neighbors to the west, Boggs Creek offers good fishing for both stocked and native trout. Boggs Creek is part of the upper Chestatee River watershed. Mos ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Cleveland, GA - Fishing
... Preview: This roadside park in Brunswick gives shoreline anglers access to tidal creek and salt marsh habitats. Found alongside U.S. Highway 17, Overlook Park is a pleasant place to gaze out over the salt mars ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Brunswick, GA - Fishing
... Preview: On the north side of metropolitan Atlanta and in the middle of the prime trout fishing water of the Chattahoochee River, Bull Sluice Lake is a series of shallow sloughs that offer good fishing for bre ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Atlanta, GA - Fishing
... Preview: With absolutely no private development along its shoreline, Carters Lake is one of the most scenic reservoirs in Georgia. The lake is challenging to fish, but the rewards come in magnum spotted bass a ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Ellijay, GA - Fishing
... Preview: The Champney River is part of the Altamaha delta and offers good fishing for a variety of species. Boaters will find good access with a paved, double-lane launching ramp and plenty of parking. Shore ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Darien, GA - Fishing
... Preview: Managed by the National Park Service, the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area consists of 16 land units along a 48-mile stretch of the Chattahoochee River north of Atlanta. Releases from Lake ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Sandy Springs, GA - Fishing
... Preview: Designated by Congress as a Wild and Scenic River, the Chattooga River is known for its whitewater paddling, trout fishing, and primitive setting. From its headwaters in the North Carolina Appalachian ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Clayton, GA - Fishing
... Preview: Clarks Hill Lake is one of the largest inland bodies of water in the South. With 71,535 acres of water, the lake offers almost unlimited angling opportunities for a variety of species. The lake is wel ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Augusta, GA - Fishing
... Preview: Considered by some authorities to be one of the top 100 trout streams in the nation, the pristine 15-mile stretch of the Conasauga River is within the Cohutta Wilderness Area. The core of the Conasaug ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Crandall, GA - Fishing
... Preview: Cooper Creek runs though public land for most of its length and offers a good mix of both the easy and difficult brands of Georgia trout fishing. Cooper (often called Coopers) Creek is a tributary to ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Morganton, GA - Fishing
... Preview: Mayo’s Lock and Dam is a popular early-season destination for anglers after white bass and crappie as these species make their annual spring spawning migration up the river. During the steamboat era, ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Rome, GA - Fishing
... Preview: Overview: A 500-acre State Park on the south bank of the Crooked River near Cumberland Sound. Best way to fish: boat, bank. This State Park is popular with anglers and other visitors to the Georgia co ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Saint Marys, GA - Fishing
... Preview: Designated a National Seashore in 1972 to preserve the scenic, scientific, and historical value of Georgia’s largest and most southerly barrier island, Cumberland Island offers great fishing for a var ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Saint Marys, GA - Fishing
... Preview: The historic Darien waterfront has both a fishing pier and boat ramp. Darien is the second-oldest planned town in Georgia. Scottish Highlanders established the community in January 1736 under the dire ... From the guidebook "Fishing Georgia"
Darien, GA - Fishing

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