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Fishin' Holes

The Chattahoochee River -- There are a number of National Recreation areas along the Chattahoochee River, south of Lake Lanier. Go to the National Park Service' Chattahoochee River Web Page. Here you'll find information regarding the many activities available in the recreation areas. Don't forget to check the generation schedule for Buford Dam at (770)945-1466. Make sure you check the Atlanta area Weather Radar before going fishing!

The Hiwassee River -- Check out Anglers World for information on regulations, fees, and generation schedules regarding Tennessee waters. Tennessee Valley Outdoors has a good article on fishing the "Trophy Section" of the Hiwassee River from a driftboat. Go to the Volunteer Trout Page for information on the Hiwassee, Elk, and Tellico Rivers. If you need current hatch information for the Hiwassee, call Adam's Fly and Tackle at (423)338-2162 or Hiwassee Outfitters at (423)338-8115 or 1-800-388-8133. You can hear the generation schedule at 1-800-238-2264, press 4, and then press 22. Make sure you check the Chattanooga area Weather Radar before going fishing!

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park -- Go to the GSMNP Homepage for information on fishing, camping, rules and regulations and more. Make sure you pick up a copy of Don Kirk's Smoky Mountain Trout Fishing Guide before you fish The Park. Believe me, it will save you a lot of time and frustration. It's very entertaining also! Check the  Asheville Weather Radar before going to the Park.

North Georgia Trout Streams -- (still under construction)

Out West! -- Take a look at the Yellowstone Net for information on the Yellowstone National Park and surrounding areas.

The Flint River -- Kent Edmonds has an excellent web page titled: West GA Fishing: The Flint River. Go here for information on fishing the Flint River for the rare "Shoal Bass".

The Florida Keys -- If you're planning a trip to the Keys, go HERE for information.

 The Driftboat Fishin' Holes Scrapbook Good Stuff The Hooch


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This page was last updated on 12/19/98.