Johns Creek Topo Map

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Johns Creek flows through the Chattahoochee National Forest and Johns Mountain Wildlife Management Area before eventually joining the Oostanaula River. In its upper reaches, Johns Creek is designated as secondary trout water and receives periodic stockings of catchable-size rainbow trout. Besides rainbows, Johns Creek also has a good population of redeye bass. However, an angler who is willing to get away from the parking areas will find that most of the pressure is directed toward a few roadside pools. Get away from these areas and you can fish virtually undisturbed, especially after the opening day rush subsides. Key species: rainbow trout, redeye bass.
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Calhoun, Georgia

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Mar 2018