While our area of northern Georgia is known as the trout capital of the state, the most anticipated part of the early season for many of our guides and staff at Cohutta Fishing Company is actually the striped-bass run. These . . .
The arctic blast currently punishing the eastern half of the country may have driven thoughts of fly fishing to the far recesses of your mind, or it may have brought them to the fore, as you . . .
Check out this video highlighting the big brown trout in the Chattahoochee River–the major source of drinking water that flows through Atlanta. There’s also some great discussion of the Quality . . .
Scott shows off a fine rainbow caught on Montana’s Depuy Spring Creek.
Photo courtesy Scott Low
Scott Low is a touring musician from Georgia who fly fishes his way from one gig to the next throughout the U.S. We are happy to host the online world premier of his latest video, for his . . .
This 21-inch “bass” was chasing crabs in very shallow water.
Photos by Capt. David Edens
The locals in St. Simons, Georgoa, call redfish “bass.” When the fish are caught tailing in the grass,they’re known as “bass in the grass.” I have never heard that term elsewhere. I have . . .
Written by: Chris Scalley, River Through Atlanta Outfitters
This gorgeous brown trout is the end result of a lot of hard work for David Aviles.
Photos by Chris Scalley
My good fishing buddy and friend, David Aviles, caught and released this great brown trout after much time and effort focusing on targeting a trophy fish: waking up early for low-light . . .
Ryan Johnson releases his trout of a lifetime back into the Chattahoochee River in Georgia.
Photo courtesy Ryan Johnson
Throughout the month of July, Orvis has joined forces with Atlanta’s SweetWater Brewing Company, Chattahoochee Riverkeeper, and River Through Atlanta guide service to promote. . .
One of the harbingers of great dry-fly fishing to come. . .
Photo by Mark Smith
Reader Mark Smith sent in this great shot, along with a note: “Any day with my Superfine Glass is a good day, but this was pretty cool. It’s not often in Georgia that. . .
The cool vermiculations against a buttery background made this tiger trout particularly beautiful.
Photo by Will Taylor
Will Taylor—guide and owner of The Fly Shop Company of Blue Ridge, Georgia—sent in this great photo along with a note: “James Wistrom of Louisville made a trip to Blue Ridge and . . .
Regular blog readers may remember our intern from last summer, Jared Zissu, who also happens to be the man behind Flylords. His latest video was shot in North Georgia and features some. . .