Located in Georgia, the fly fishing in Helen is known for three cool flyfishing spots. The best Helen fly fishing based on popularity are considered to be Dukes Creek, Upper Chattahoochee River, and Dicks Creek. For a detailed fly fishing river description and printable river access map, just select a Helen fly fishing river or stream below.
Near Helen, the Dukes Creek is a popular area for rainbow trout and brown trout. The upper 7 miles of the creek are within the State of Georgia Smithgall Woods-Dukes Creek Conservation Area (5,560 acres), which is a catch-and-release zone. It is well-known for its trophy trout.
Near Cleveland, the Dicks Creek is a popular fly-fishing area for rainbow and brown trout. You can expect to find both wild and stocked trout. This is definitely a local anglers favorite due to the huge trophy fish. If you are looking for wild trout, make sure to...
Near Helen, the upper Chattahoochee River is well-known for its stocked and wild brown and rainbow trout. The upper section for fly fishing on the Chattachoochee River is usually considered to be above Lake Sidney.