Fax: (803) 561-4004, Andrew Pickens Ranger District Office Please remember to check with the local Fish and Wildlife department to ensure the stream is open to the public. Closed MONDAYS & Most HOLIDAYS. Rest, SC 29664 The information board shows a good route to the river. 28N) in the town of Mountain Rest. A valid South Carolina fishing license is required to fish on the national forests. The Chattooga offers some of the best whitewater boating and trout fishing in the region. The Chattooga has claimed many lives since the Forest Service began keeping records in 1970. All rights reserved. © 2020 Fishidy. Walk approximately 0.25 miles down the Chattooga River Trail and register at the information board. We offer both full and half day guided fly fishing wade trips. We also have a variety of flies for fishing the red-eye bass and pan fish on local lakes and on the lower sections of the rivers. Cooler weather means dries may be not as effective until mid day. Phone: (843) 336-2200 Pyramid lake outside of Reno Nev. William McKee. Chattooga River is a stream located just 3.5 miles from Cedar Bluff, in Cherokee County, in the state of Alabama, United States, near Gaylesville, AL. Visitors can pick up a permit (free) at put-ins along the upper and lower river. The river is known for its excellent trout fishing opportunities. Nice looking Cutt!!! Hiking away from the parking areas will gain access to less pressured fish. Since 1856, Chattooga River, South Carolina Fly Fishing Reports & Conditions, SCDNR is back to stocking reporting so check out the website for last week's activity. The fishing is the best in April/May and..." Hazel Creek, "Whatever the dam is doing upstream greatly affects where the fish are in Yonah Lake. The second trailhead parking is another 0.4 miles staying right at the “PRIVATE ROAD” sign. The total distance from the parking area is roughly one mile. Large Mouth Bass with a green pumpkin jig/ green pumpkin craw. REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS: From barbless jigs, Czech nymphs, and streamers to the traditional dry flies. Nets, vests, packs & all your fly tying supplies are here waiting for you. West Fork Chattooga River is a stream located just 13.4 miles from Clayton, in Rabun County, in the state of Georgia, United States, near Russell (historical), SC. You are trying to access a feature that requires a Fishidy account. Fax: (843) 336-2250 Mountain Rest, SC 29664. Cutthroat Trout. After our..." Wildcat Creek, "Hazel Creek has great fishing for brown and rainbow trout. Try worms, eggs, mops, stones with rubber legs, and small natural trailers. Visit our Managing Recreation Uses on the Upper Segment of the Chattooga River page for background information and the Chattooga River Boating Access Environmental Assessment. 810 Buncombe Street Redbreast sunfish are more abundant in the upper reaches, while bluegill dominate the downstream reaches. love fishing there Janna Hungiville. Cooler this week. Find the fast water and fish a yellow Stimulator or Humpy. We are 9.7 miles from Burrell’s Ford Road & 13.9 miles from the Walhalla Fish Hatchery which is located on the East Fork of the Chattooga River. Surrounding Area: The river is also known for its excellent trout fishing opportunities. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including flathead catfish, striped bass and black bass here. Check out our Fishing Times chart to determine when the fish will be most active. So grab your favorite fly fishing rod and reel, and head out to Chattooga River. 28N), Mountain Rest, SC 29664. But the river has taken a  toll on swimmers as well. Bream, black bass, striped bass and catfish: Chattooga River Fishing Tips: Bream dominate the river's sport fishery. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including largemouth bass, flathead catfish, striped bass, redear sunfish, redbreast sunfish, carp, drum, white bass, blue catfish and bream/bluegill here. Fax: (864) 638-4490 West Fork Chattooga River is a stream located just 13.4 miles from Clayton, in Rabun County, in the state of Georgia, United States, near Russell (historical), SC. That’s … 0 reviews Scope Adjustment: 2-Shot Method to Scope Sighting. Expert and novice paddlers alike visit the Chattooga from around the world, and the river does not discriminate between them. Phone: (803) 637-5396 The Chattooga has claimed many lives since the Forest Service began keeping records in 1970. 8mos ago - Chattooga River. Get those flies in the deep holes early with extra split shot. West Fork Chattooga River is a stream located just 13.4 miles from Clayton, in Rabun County, in the state of Georgia, United States, near Russell (historical), SC. Caught on a wooly bugger fly. Most have been paddlers -some of them expert paddlers. Phone: (803) 276-4810 We carry a full array of fly lines, leaders and tippets, fly rods and reels, waders & boots for  men, women & children. Please check the following link to the Chattahoochee Oconee Forest for area closures to Chattooga put-ins: www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/conf/alerts-notice. Chattooga River Fishing Reports Recently shared catches and fishing spots. HookandBullet.com, a Montlake Media brand. View our West Fork Chattooga River fishing map for more info. It is definitely good enough to take off work so get out there. Boaters will park on the Bullpen Road west of the bridge. Try Hwy 76 bridge to Bull Sluice with small poppers and small wooly bugger trailers for bass. The stocked trout are the crown jewel of Wolf Creek Lake. Once on the Foothills Hiking Trail, walk North and West toward the Chattooga River. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including flathead catfish, black bass and striped bass here. Bushy caddis, stimulator, or attractor patterns with a simple nymph below are always a good go to. Visitors can access this road from Highway 28 from Warwoman Road in Clayton, GA or from Walhalla, SC. Fax: (803) 276-9303, Long Cane Ranger District Office The first trailhead parking is 1.8 miles on your right. 9 in. Three companies are commercially licensed to operate on the Lower Segment of the Chattooga River by the Forest Service (Sections III and IV). Chattooga River, South Carolina Fly Fishing Reports & Conditions Reported by Mark White. Follow this to the end. Only roadside parking is available in this area. "Good early morning bass fishing..." Fort Payne City Lake. 9 in. 26 in. The Chattooga was designated a wild and scenic river in 1974. 2967 Steed Creek Road Please place the top copy in the registration box at the put-in location and keep the yellow copy with you in a dry pack. Chattooga's Bass Fishing Team is open to grades 6-12 for our league and grades 9-12 for GHSA. Alternate names for this stream include Gumekoloke Creek. How about learning something new? The most popular species caught here are Striped bass , Largemouth bass , and Spotted bass 119 catches are logged on Fishbrain. In South Carolina, the small apple orchard communities of Long Creek and Mountain Rest are nearby. Tips, tactics, gear reviews for everything from bass and bluegills to stripers and bluefish - if it's fishing related, we cover it. a small wooly bugger always can be fun if they are not behaving. Details; Kirkland Gillespie. GPS COORDINATES: LATITUDE: (N) 34.83718 degrees & LONGITUDE: (W) 83.13118 degrees. After 3.4 miles, turn LEFT onto Village Creek Rd. 4931 Broad River Rd. 11 in. Chattooga River is a stream in Alabama, United States. Pyramid lake outside of Reno Nev. Chattooga Bass Fishing Team. Many people lack the equipment or skill needed to run the Chattooga River safely. Huger, SC 29450 1; 12; Details; 8mos ago Capt Morris Campbell 0. Now get out there and fish! Dropping a simple pheasant tail or prince nymph is a good go-to for mid afternoon water. Come in for a visit on your way to the river and get a selection of flies found on the “Hot List”. The Chattooga is wild, especially around the headwaters where you will be fishing. Traveling North from Walhalla on Hwy 28, turn RIGHT onto Hwy 107. Phone: (864) 638.2806 To save your lower extremities from losing blood flow all together, wear waders—lightweight in the summer, insulation underneath in the winter. We carry a wide variety of flies, from the smallest of the midges to the largest stone flies, necessary for the right conditions on the river.