Check out the all new SHO fly pattern created by Bob Kern from our local TU chapter 692 in Blairsville Ga.
Decent water levels have prolonged the good fishing on the Upper Toccoa River.
Good hatches of Caddis have been coming off for a month now with a few Stoneflies thrown in for good measure. We’ve been catching a few fish throwing Elk Hair Caddis and Stimulators with a Pheasant Tail or a Prince Dropper.
Far and away the best producers have been Streamers and Woolies. Olive and Brown Wooly Buggers have been wreaking havoc with the Rainbows up there! Not only smaller fish but also some big boys have been boated on our float trips.