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It's officially fall on the calendar and the weather is starting to cool off; now is the time of year when everyone turns their attention to fishing. At Cohutta we get excited as the trout start to get colored up and become aggressive as they prepare to spawn and the bass put on the feed bag before the winter doldrums slow things down. In short, fall fishing can be amazing! It’s that magical, all too short season when you try to squeeze as much fishing in as possible. Now is the time to take advantage of Read More
Headed up north a few weeks back before the cool spell to see how the small streams were faring. The further upstream we went the better the fishing got. Nothing beats sight fishing for native trout in a rhodo crowded trickle up in the North Georgia Mountains. Dry flies were the order of the day, PMXs and Stimis seemed to do the trick. Cant wait to see some fall color on the trees and the trout!