Thursday, October 19, 2006

New Georgia Delayed Harvest Water

The Weekly from Peachtree Corners, Georgia reports some good news for Georgia trout anglers. The Georgia DNR has designated a 1.3 mile section of the Toccoa River as the states fifth delayed harvest stream. The Georgia delayed harvest season runs from Nov 1st - May 14th.

"The delayed harvest section of the Toccoa River will be particularly attractive to fly anglers because the river is wide enough for the long, graceful casts associated with this particular style of fishing. Additionally, anglers using casting or spinning equipment also will find success on this river," says WRD Fisheries Region Supervisor Wayne Probst. "Delayed harvest streams are managed to provide high catch rates, making them a great place for new and seasoned anglers alike."

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