Georgia anglers will enjoy DH waters, too, in just a few weeks, when six locations in the north end of the state give way to the regulations that limit anglers to catch-and-release fishing with artificial lures/flies only. DH regs also typically include the "single hook" limitation, and it will be mostly fly-fishermen who wade these waters. Anglers on Tennessee's DH waters, however, can use any typical artificial lure armed with single or treble hooks.
Conveniently located -- just 1 to 3 hours from Atlanta, Birmingham, Chattanooga, Charlotte, Augusta, Asheville and Greenville -- the DH waters of Georgia, Tennessee and North Carolina can turn any business trip, holiday gathering or just a day off work into a fishing memory not soon forgotten. Regular stockings, mixed with wild trout, include rainbows, browns and brook trout. Catch numbers are typically high and trophy trout of 20 inches or more are not uncommon.
To learn more about guided trout fishing on these streams and more, visit Reel Angling Adventures and plan your fall, winter and spring outings with the guide team that offers more guided fishing destinations than any other outfitter in the southern Appalachian Mountains. Or give us a call, toll free: 866-899-5259.