Georgia Trout Fishing

Latest Trout Fishing Articles

By Nick Carter | March 30, 2010

Trout Fisherman Drowns on The ‘Hooch

On Monday, March 8, DNR Law Enforcement officers recovered the body of a man who drowned on the…

By Joe DiPietro | February 26, 2010

Guide To State’s Top Trout Streams

Hidden in the southern Appalachian Mountains in north Georgia are approximately 4,000 miles of streams designated by the…

By Don Baldwin | January 26, 2010

Catching Chattahoochee’s Wild Brown Trout Just Above Atlanta

For the serious trout angler, nothing much compares to hooking and landing a wild trout. Most purists would…

By Nick Carter | October 7, 2009

Monster Brown Pulled From the Hooch

J.D. Blevins, of Buford, said his wife was livid when he decided to go fishing on the Chattahoochee…

By David Cannon | June 6, 2009

Dark 30 Trout… When the Big Browns Come to Feed

It’s amazing the number of trout anglers you’ll see trudging toward the parking lot to head home an…

By Daryl Kirby | October 28, 2008

16 WMAs, Trout Hatchery And Up To 30 WRD Positions On The Chopping Block

Budget cuts and the resulting loss of services are nothing new to sportsmen. Most years, cuts have been…

By Joe DiPietro | October 1, 2008

Toccoa Tailwater Trophy Hunting

For most trout anglers, catching colorful little fish on the rushing waters of the Toccoa River tailwater is

By Steve Burch | September 23, 2008

DNR Budget Crunch Threatens WMAs, Hatchery

When state revenue figures for August were posted showing a 7 percent drop from the same period last…

By Brad Bailey | August 1, 2008

3-lb. ’Cracker Resets Savannah River Record, Three New Big-Fish Records Established

The Savannah River near Augusta continues to churn out new river-record fish — the latest a whopper 3-lb.

By Nick Carter | April 2, 2008

Toccoa Trout Tailwater Surprise

“Let’s pull up here and really fish this hole a minute,” said David Hulsey, manager of Unicoi Outfitters’