Fly Fishing Guides


Blue Ridge, Georgia, is a popular destination for fly fishing enthusiasts. Named the Trout Capital of Georgia given its proximity to several excellent trout streams, fly fishermen find Blue Ridge and this area of the North GA Mountains arguably comparable to fly fishing in the Rocky Mountains. 

Best Places to Fish in Blue Ridge

Toccoa River - a mountain river that flows into and out of Lake Blue Ridge on its northward journey into East Tennessee, where it becomes the Ocoee River. It's known for its large population of rainbow and brown trout, and it's a popular river for both wading and float trips.

Noontootla Creek - is a beautiful freestone stream that offers a challenging day of fishing, given the sometimes fluctuating water conditions due to rain. Noontootla Creek's flow rates and temperatures can vary greatly throughout the year, creating a dynamic environment. A highly sought-after fishing creek, "The Toot," as called by locals, is a popular destination for fly fishing because of its diverse insect life and the varied habitat it offers for fish. Fly fishing guides will help you catch a smart monster rainbow or brownie, and you can call it a great day!

Cooper Creek - is another freestone stream that offers a mix of riffles, runs, and pools. It's known for its wild rainbow and brown trout and is a great place to go for a more remote fishing experience.

Rock Creek - is a small tributary of the Toccoa River that offers excellent fishing for wild rainbow and brown trout. 

Why Do I Need a Fly Fishing Guide?...

Georgia Wild Trout

North Georgia Trout Fishing
5 Panter St. 
McCaysville, GA 30555
(706) 851-4001 

Toccoa River Outfitters
120 Grande Avenue
Copperhill TN 37317

(423) 548-0066