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Soque River

Georgia's Soque River has gained fame in trout fishing circles for producing trophy rainbow and brown trout. Almost all of the river is private, although access through commercial fishing lodges is available. Small stretches are public within the Chattahoochee National Forest. A portion of the river is also within the Tray Mountain Wilderness. The Soque River and its watershed are located entirely within the county boundaries of Habersham County in northeast Georgia. The Soque is a tributary of the Chattahoochee River. Portions of the river run along State Route 197.

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Georgia Trout Treks

Blue Ridge… Dahlonega… Clayton… Wintertime weather reports commonly use these north Georgia mountain towns to define the centers of snowfall systems that fall across the southern reach of the Appalachian Mountains from November through March. During summertime, however, these popular tourist towns are gateways to Georgia’s best trout fishing. While trout anglers in June and…

Haralson County Wildlife Association Kid’s Trout Rodeo Draws 1,600

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Lured-In Georgia Trout

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Trout Stocking Begins On Georgia Streams This Month

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Two Trips, Two Rare Georgia Trout

His first two fishing trips in years resulted in two remarkable Georgia trout for a Cornelia man. A couple of weeks ago John Howard finally got back to the water with a rod in his hand after taking almost five years off from fishing. John was sure glad his 17-year-old son Logan talked him into…

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