North Georgia is home to over 3,000 miles of designated trout streams. Running down the valleys are cold and clear streams, the ideal habitat for mountain trout. North Georgia is a fly fishing paradise and you're invited to learn why!
Come on out and join us at Smith Creek at Anna Ruby Falls Recreation Area, a tributary of the Chattahoochee River. You'll learn from fish whisperer, Steve Hudson, about trout behavior, the basics of fly fishing, and give a go at tying your own flies! Drop by or stay the whole day.
Steve Hudson, a writer, teacher, lifelong fly fisher, says he may have the best of all possible jobs – one that lets him share the excitement of the outdoors with others. An award-winning journalist and illustrator, he has written extensively on fly fishing, fly tying, hiking and travel.
Steve’s newest book, CHATTAHOOCHEE TROUT, is a 328-page guide that’s been called “the definitive work on fishing for trout in the Chattahoochee River.” This comprehensive volume covers all of the river’s trout water – the headwaters and the upper Hooch as well as the upper and lower tailwater – and is an invaluable resource for anyone who fishing for trout in the Chattahoochee. Meet Steve here at Anna Ruby Falls to discover the fun of fly fishing!
The event is free of charge with $3 Anna Ruby Falls admission.