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Unicoi Outfitters

Helen, GA, U.S.A.

Endorsed by 3750 people

We are pleased to announce the Habersham Mill Fly Fishing School - an intensive 2-day course designed for novice and intermediate anglers. The school combines classroom instruction, casting practice and actual fishing time.

This is the best place for you to learn how to enjoy the sport. If you have never held a fly rod, we'll take you through the basics. If you have some experience, we'll help you take your skills to the next level.

We have done everything possible to make this the top fly fishing school in the country. Our instructor to student ratio is high (1 to 3). The instructors are seasoned full-time professionals

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Nacoochee Noontootla Creek Soque River

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Public Water Float - Full Day

Raft / 8 Hours / Fly Gear
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  • 1-2 People $375.00

Public Water Float - Half Day

Raft / 4 Hours / Fly Gear
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  • 1-2 People $275.00

Public Water Wade - Full Day

Walk/Wade / 8 Hours / Fly & Conventional Gear
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  • Food & Drink: Provided (confer with outfitter about details)
  • 1-2 People $275.00

Public Water Wade - Half Day

Walk/Wade / 4 Hours / Fly Gear
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  • 1-2 People $180.00

Gilligan Special

Walk/Wade / 3 Hours / Fly Gear
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  • 1-2 People $200.00
  • 3 People $300.00

Noontootla Creek Farm - Half Day

Walk/Wade / 4 Hours / Fly Gear
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  • 1 People $230.00
  • 2 People $350.00
  • 3 People $540.00

Riverside On The Soque - Half Day

Walk/Wade / 4 Hours / Fly Gear
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  • 1-2 People $410.00

Nacoochee Bend - Guided Full Day

Walk/Wade / 8 Hours / Fly Gear
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  • Food & Drink: Provided (confer with outfitter about details)
  • 1 People $340.00
  • 2 People $520.00
  • 3 People $790.00

Nacoochee Bend - Guided Half Day

Walk/Wade / 4 Hours
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  • 1 People $230.00
  • 2 People $350.00
  • 3 People $540.00

Noontootla Creek Farm - Full Day

Walk/Wade / 8 Hours / Fly Gear
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  • 1 People $340.00
  • 2 People $520.00
  • 3 People $790.00

Riverside On The Soque - Full Day

Walk/Wade / 8 Hours / Conventional Gear
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  • 1-2 People $560.00

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Solid river largemouth! #riverbassin #riverfishing #largemouthbass #skinnywaterculture #explore #whatgetsyououtdoors #g3boats #yamahamotor
Ryan came from Mississippi to take on the cold weather and catch some nice fish on our new private water! Needless to say it paid off! #flyfishnorthgeorgia #orvis #simms #catchandrelease #privatewater #orvisendorsed #rainbowtrout
Jamie Stinnett fished Noontootla Creek Farm with Unicoi guide Ron Thomas yesterday.  Wouldn't you like to be in his wading boots!
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Went to the Capitol today to speak before the Senate Natural Resources and the Environment Committee in support of HB 208, the legislation to increase Georgia's hunting and fishing license fees.  I think every organized sportsman's group in the state was in the room encouraging the vote to pass and be sent on to the full Senate.  The battle is not over so I encourage you to contact your State Senator and urge them to pass the bill.  With the additional matching federal excise taxes Georgia will receive, it is the first opportunity we have to rebuild the departments that manage our outdoor resources, re-open some closed public areas, renovate unpassable roads, increase fishing and hunting opportunities and more.  I encourage you to take action.
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Press release from GA Wildlife Resources Div.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
TROUT STOCKING WILL BEGIN EARLIER IN 2017
 
GAINESVILLE, Ga. (Mar. 7, 2017) – Take advantage of beautiful spring weather and plan a trout fishing trip to the north Georgia Mountains! How about an early trout stocking to sweeten the deal?
 
The Georgia Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will cooperatively stock 40,000 trout in Georgia during the week of Mar. 6, giving anglers their first opportunity to harvest some freshly stocked trout in 2017.  Regular weekly stockings for the 2017 stocking season begin on Mar. 20, when an additional 70,000 trout will hit the water.
 
Despite the low stream flows being experienced in north Georgia, the trout stocking program is still aiming to stock one million fish this year.
 
“With the current spring-like conditions and all trout waters open to fishing year-round, we have decided to stock approximately 40,0000 trout two weeks early,” says WRD trout stocking coordinator John Lee Thomson. “Due to the mild winter, we have experienced excellent trout growth in our hatcheries and with the continuing low stream flows, these fish have outgrown the available hatchery space giving us the opportunity to stock a few weeks early this year.”
 
Some popular stocked streams that will receive trout during this early stocking effort include Cooper Creek in Union County, Tallulah River in Rabun County, Dicks Creek in Lumpkin County, Holly Creek in Murray County, and Johns Creek in Floyd County.   The daily limit is eight trout on general regulation trout waters. Anglers are reminded to respect private property rights along streams flowing through private lands and to obtain permission before fishing on private property. 
 
Anglers must possess a current Georgia fishing license and a trout license to fish in designated trout waters and to fish for or possess trout.  Anglers must also possess a wildlife management area license or Georgia Outdoor Recreation Pass (GORP) in order to fish on certain WMAs.  Find a list of designated areas at www.georgiawildlife.com/Georgia-Outdoor-Recreational-Pass . 
 
Anglers must possess a current Georgia fishing license to fish in public waters.  Where can you get a license? Buy it online (www.gooutdoorsgeorgia.com), at a retail license vendor (list at www.georgiawildlife.com/licenses-permits-passes ) or buy it by phone at 1-800-366-2661.
 
Purchasing a Trout license plate supports Georgia’s trout conservation and management programs.  These efforts positively impact trout production, stocking and stream restoration throughout north Georgia.  Purchase or find out more at your county tag office.
 
For the list of stocked trout streams, online versions the Georgia trout stream map, and other trout fishing tips, visit www.georgiawildlife.com/Fishing/Trout or call (770) 535-5498.

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