Boggs Creek Topo Map

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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. Most of the creek is within the Chattahoochee National Forest and Chestatee Wildlife Management Area, but the stream’s lower portion flows through private lands. Both stocked and native trout can be caught from Boggs Creek. Stocking primarily occurs on the accessible portions of the creek near the road, and the more remote areas depend on Mother Nature to produce enough fish to maintain a limited but viable fishery. Boggs Creek receives fairly heavy fishing pressure, especially after the periodic stockings as anglers flock to the stream in search of uneducated trout. Although both brown trout and rainbows are found in the stream, rainbows will make up most of the catch. The stream is rumored to contain some monster brown trout that have grown fat by competing with the angler for a supper of stocker-sized rainbows. Rumors and fish tales aside, most fish caught from the stream will be less than 10 inches. Key species: rainbow trout, brown trout.
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Cleveland, Georgia

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Mar 2018