Upper Toccoa River Topo Map

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From its headwaters in Union County, the upper stretch of the Toccoa River flows nearly 30 miles through a patchwork of public and private land before it reaches Blue Ridge Lake. The river’s moderate rapids and lack of development make it a great choice for a float-fishing trip for trout or smallmouth bass. Although its extreme headwaters are in the Chattahoochee National Forest, the first 10 miles or so of the Toccoa River’s journey to the Tennessee River is through private lands. From the USDA Forest Service’s Deep Hole Recreation Area near the village of Margret downstream to Blue Ridge Lake, however, the river flows in and out of a patchwork of national forest lands. Some native browns and rainbows that have migrated out of the tributary streams are also possibilities. The closer you are to Blue Ridge Lake, the more likely that smallmouth bass and perhaps even a walleye or two will show up in the creel. Key species: rainbow trout, brown trout, smallmouth bass.
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Margret, Georgia

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Mar 2018