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Chatooga River, Georgia WATCH CHATOOGA RIVER The Chatooga River is one of the better trout streams of the southern Appalachian area. Forming the northern border of Georgia and South Carolina, it is a designated wild and scenic stream. I was fishing the area above Burrels Ford which has mostly wild brown trout. Below is hatchery supported and further below that area is delayed harvest.
West Fork Chatooga River, Georgia WATCH WEST FORK CHATOOGA RIVER The West Fork Chatooga River in Georgia forms from the confluence of 3 streams - Holcomb Creek, Overflow Creek and Big Creek, and flows for 6 miles to the Chatooga River. It is a large trout stream with good fishing for wild and stocked rainbow and brown trout. It is a designated wild and scenic river flowing thru the Chattahoochee National Forest with several public access points. Here I take the Three Forks Trail to fish the upper section.
Conasauga River Rainbow Trout, Georgia WATCH CONASAUGA RIVER The upper 15 miles of the Conasauga River flows thru the Chattahoochee National Forest, the Cherokee National Forest and the Chohutta Wilderness Area in northern Georgia. In this film I spend a couple days hiking and fishing via the Chestnut Lead trail and Hickory Creek trail for the wild rainbow trout that reside here. Some large brown trout also live here but those are not easy to catch.
Holcomb Creek, Georgia WATCH HOLCOMB CREEK Holcomb Creek is a tributary of the West Fork Chatooga River in Georgia. It offers fishing for both wild and stocked trout. The lower section may be accessed in the Chattahoochee National Forest. The Three Forks trail is about a 1 mile steep hike to the stream. When you arrive you will be at the top of a waterfall. Some people take the hike just to see the falls. The lower section contains mostly small wild rainbow trout.
Jacks River, Georgia WATCH JACKS RIVER The Jacks River in Georgia is formed by its south and west forks and then flows for 19 miles to the Conasauga River. About 15 of those miles are in the Cohutta Wilderness Area, offering public trout fishing for those willing to hike to reach its secluded waters. Wild rainbow trout are the main fish species. Most average 7 to 12 inches with some larger. Big brown trout are also present but they are not easy to catch. There are about 8 trails leading to the Jacks River, and once there a trail follows it through the wilderness area, crossing the stream 44 times without bridges. The stream stays cool during the summer and makes for a great wilderness fishing expedition.
Sarahs Creek, Georgia WATCH SARAHS CREEK Sarahs Creek is a tributary to Warwoman Creek in Ruban County, northern Georgia. It offers public trout fishing as it flows thru the 15,000 acre Warwoman WMA. This is a popular stream, partly because it is heavily stocked with 8 to 12 inch rainbow trout. For 2 and a half miles it is paralleled by Sarahs Creek Road. There is also a National Forest Service campground along its banks. Besides stocked trout there are also some small wild rainbows and creek chubs.
South Fork Jacks River, Georgia WATCH SOUTH FORK JACKS RIVER The South Fork Jacks River is a small stream having populations of wild rainbow and brown trout. Much of it runs thru the Chohutta Wildlife Management Area. I believe it can be accessed in the lower section although I failed to find exactly where so I fished it in the upper section where it is a bit small and tough to fish. A trail follows the stream for some miles and as you can see from the picture there are good spots on this stream, you just have to find where they are.

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