Noontootla Creek Topo Map

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Managed under a set of special regulations that restrict anglers to artificial lures only and prohibits harvest of all but trophy fish, Noontootla Creek is the premiere stream of the Blue Ridge Wildlife Management Area in Fannin County. Access to the creek is excellent, with almost the entire watershed on public land. From its headwaters near Winding Stair Gap, Noontootla Creek flows northward through the lands of the Chattahoochee National Forest and Blue Ridge Wildlife Management Area. Although the stream’s lower half is mostly on private land, the upper half and its tributaries offer plenty of public owned opportunities for trophy trout fishing. Since no stockings have taken place since the mid-1960s, all the fish caught will be stream-bred brown and rainbow trout. Native brook trout may be possible in the extreme headwaters of small tributaries, but the browns and rainbows are what draw anglers to the stream. Although access to Noontootla Creek is easy since a national forest road parallels the stream’s course, angling pressure is surprisingly light.
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Margret, Georgia

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Mar 2018