RE: NANFA-L-- trip photos

Irate Mormon (
Tue, 21 Jun 2005 18:15:18 -0500

When I lived in Ga. I went fly fishing on the Chestatee and Chatooga.
That was before I was into natives. Also did a fair amount of hiking
and camping in that area. Beautiful country - that's where I plan to
retire. Back then it was still possible to hook wild trout, although
the majority of the catch was hatchery bred. I wonder if that is still
possible today?


Stopped-in-the Chestatee, Little Tennessee, and others I need to check the map to remember. Got some really beautiful fish. Looks like one of

the darters is a redline, another a greenfin perhaps? not sure about the others. I think the shiner is a yellow fin .. but still not sure..

if it is .. I fortunately caught it in GA not NC, like the other fish.

I'm starting to think that maybe I need to bring a lawyer with me next

time I do this. ;]

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