Fishing Trails in Georgia
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Fishing Trails in Georgia

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Georgia has 102 fishing trails. These trails range from 3 to 53.7 miles in length. The most popular trails are Conasauga River, Jacks River and Lake Varner. Trails.com member Mary W. recently completed Rock Creek (Fannin County).
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Considered by some authorities to be one of the top 100 trout streams in the nation, the ...
Stamp Creek is a stocked trout stream in Pine Log Wildlife Management Area. Stamp Creek ...
One of the oldest state parks in Georgia, Vogel is also one of the most scenic. The park ...
Located close to the meeting place of the Georgia, Tennessee, and North Carolina borders, ...
Flowing through the Cohutta Wildlife Management Area, this creek provides a good mix of ...
The Toccoa River below Blue Ridge Dam is arguably the best tailwater trout fishery in ...
Fertile waters and low fishing pressure combine to make Nottely one of the best bass fishing ...
With the Chattahoochee National Fish Hatchery just a short drive down the road, it is ...
Named for a Cherokee maiden buried nearby, Lake Trahlyta is a 22-acre lake in Vogel State ...
On the north side of metropolitan Atlanta and in the middle of the prime trout fishing ...
Designated a National Seashore in 1972 to preserve the scenic, scientific, and historical ...
Although J. Strom Thurmond Lake has occasionally suffered through an identity crisis due ...
From its headwaters in Union County, the upper stretch of the Toccoa River flows nearly ...
Lake Yonah is the final link in the chain of small hydropower developments in north Georgia. ...
An 850-acre drinking water reservoir owned by Newton County, Lake Varner opened to the ...
Fantastic fishing for big bass and bream, Banks Lake is a natural “Carolina Bay” of ancient ...
Jekyll Island is one of Georgia’s “Golden Isles.” The island offers surf fishing, a drive-up ...
Waters Creek is one of Georgia’s special-regulation trout streams. Although the fishing ...
A narrow Tallulah River impoundment of 240 acres with 13 miles of shoreline, Lake Seed ...
With both stocked and wild rainbow and brown trout, Dicks Creek offers the opportunity ...
The Jacks River is a major headwater tributary to the Conasauga River. The two rivers ...
With so many lakes and ponds on more than 1,000 acres of land, Paradise Public Fishing ...
Short Take: 45,000 acres; channels and ledges, large tributaries, very little vegetation. ...
This state-owned facility is important to anglers in two ways: The tract includes not ...
Ten miles long, 834 acres, and 25 miles of shoreline, Georgia Power’s Lake Rabun is a ...
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