Georgia Trout Fishing

Latest Trout Fishing Articles

By GON Staff | August 14, 2018

Flood Damage Impacts Dukes Creek Trout Fishing

Severe flooding the last week of May in White County created enough damage at Smithgall Woods State Park-Dukes

By Chad Cain | July 25, 2018

Lake Burton Record Rainbow Trout Caught Trolling

Darryl Stephens was fishing at Lake Burton with his wife on July 12 when he reeled in a

By Chad Cain | May 31, 2018

New Lake Burton Brown Trout Record

Not many people can say they have caught a lake record fish as an experienced angler, but 7-year-old

By Bob Borgwat | April 9, 2018

Georgia Trout: Not The West, But…

Nope. Georgia is not the West. But trout fishing in Georgia is not unlike the West… where nimble

By Craig James | March 26, 2018

Wildcat Creek Campground Closed, Fishing Still Open

Wildcat Creek has always been a popular destination for trout anglers. This small stream that runs through a

By Karson Corbitt | February 16, 2018

Rare Fish Caught In Lake Allatoona

Bob Geresti didn’t expect his last-minute decision to go fishing one afternoon on Lake Allatoona to result in

By Craig James | August 7, 2017

Family Float And Fish On The Nottely River

Hopefully, wherever it is that you are reading this issue of GON, the air conditioner is on full

By GON Staff | June 1, 2017

Trout School Reaches 35 Kids

Approximately 35 boys and girls ages 10 to 15 from the northern metro Atlanta region were introduced to

By Duncan Dobie | May 18, 2017

The Story Of Arthur Woody And His Trout

Ask just about anyone in the Peach State who is even remotely familiar with the name Arthur Woody

By Bob Borgwat | April 11, 2017

A Guide To Georgia Trout Fishing

Trout fishing in Georgia takes many shapes—from the methods used by trout anglers to the sites where those