Best Georgia Fly Fishing Rivers

Georgia has 5 fly fish spots.

  September 15, 2018

Located in the US, the fly fishing in Georgia is known for five productive fly rivers. The best Georgia fly fishing based on popularity are considered to be Lower Chattahoochee River, Mountaintown Creek, Noontootla Creek, Upper Toccoa River, and Lower Toccoa River. For a detailed fly fishing river description and printable river access map, just select a Georgia fly fishing river or stream below.

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FEATURED:  Lower Chattahoochee River


  July 13, 2016

North of Atlanta, the lower section of the Chattahoochee is tailwater from Buford Dam that flows 48 miles southward into Atlanta to the Standing Peachtree Creek confluence. This outstanding lower section is quite popular with urbanites.

FEATURED:  Mountaintown Creek


  July 31, 2016

Southwest of Ellijay, the Mountaintown Creek is known for its rainbow trout and brown trout. Depending upon the section of the stream, the trout are either wild or stocked. The most popular section is the...

FEATURED:  Noontootla Creek


  August 19, 2016

Northwest of Dahlonega near Margret, the Noontootla Creek is known as a prime trout stream. It is located in the watershed of the Blue Ridge Wildlife Management Area. The headwaters are close to Winding Stair Gap and the stream flows north into the management area.

FEATURED:  Lower Toccoa River


  September 15, 2018

Northeast of Ellijay near Blue Ridge, the Lower Toccoa River offers 15 miles of tailwater flyfishing with little usage. The Lower Toccoa River starts at the tailwater below Blue Ridge Dam. There are plenty of deep pools separated by shoals where you can find the stocked rainbow and brown trout.