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What is the best place to go flyfishing for trout in the deep southeast (Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Tennessess are the easie

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    What is the best place to go flyfishing for trout in the deep southeast (Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Tennessess are the easiest to get to for me)

  • #2
    I just got back from Lobo Landing in Greers Ferry and did real well. I wasn't fly fishing I use an ultra light but caught a limit in four hours. If you go tell my buddy Chris I sent you.

    Brad

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    • #3
      I'm sorry that's in Arkansas

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      • #4
        Those places all are very warm, and trout do not survive in warm water. You're going to be hard pressed to find trout waters. On the border of North Carolina and Georgia there is a place called the Dillard House that has cabins and a stocked trout lake. We did very well and caught some 6+ pound trout, but I don't see them hitting a fly.

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        • #5
          Tennessee. Going next week to fly fish for some rainbows. Great Smokey Mountains National Park.

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          • #6
            Northern GA, Eastern NC or Eastern Tenn.

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            • #7
              Mountains of Tennessee

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              • #8
                Thanks guys i appreciate it. Oh and CPT Brade that is fine ill take anything i can get so thank you too.

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                • #9
                  Northern Georgia has some great public water and private water. The private stuff is expensive. There are areas of the Soque near some of the private stuff that are very good, but do get pressured. The Cohutta Wilderness is good as is the Chattahooche in Metro Atlanta below Lanier dam.

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                  • #10
                    Sorry guys, Tennessee is not in the "Deep Southeast". Give me red fish and sea trout in southern Louisana any day, Ya'll!

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                    • #11
                      Northern Georgia!

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