Image Courtesy of the US Forest Service
Have you heard about the Soque River in north Georgia, near Helen? If not then do you know Ted Turner? The Soque River is the location of many avid fly-fishermen, including Ted Turner, and a visit to this pristine trout stream is totally worth a trip to north Georgia.
Photo of Farrow Peacock, courtesy of McGowan Peacock
If you are planning on fishing on your next trip to north Georgia, you'll find an abundance of hot spots to catch a variety of fish. Plus getting back to nature and relaxing in the great outdoors is what every nature lover and outdoor enthusiast craves. As busy workers, we can feel we'll explode if we don't get out of the office for a weekend away from the chaos of busy life (in fact, this is the essence of our mission).
There are numerous Fly Fishing locations and opportunities in close proximity to Helen Georgia. The nearby Chattahoochee river and its tributaries are full of native rainbow, brown, and brook trout. Below we share important keys to successful fishing, or shall we say catching? Let's get started.
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This blog post is part of “YOUR COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE NORTH GEORGIA OUTDOORS” blog series.
The area is also the perfect setting for seeing stunning waterfalls, one of nature's most beautiful wonders.
The winter chill is in the air, meaning it’s the perfect time to start a fire at one of the campsites in Helen, Georgia, and cozy up for a special night or weekend. When you get out of town to beautiful north Georgia, you’ll want to experience at least one S’more making night, story-telling around your campfire, or a relaxing time flat on your back under the open sky checking out the constellations.