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Old 08-10-2011, 07:53 PM
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Default Re: Is there an AA group for this......

No Matt you are not alone,

What you describe is pretty typical and gets worse in winter months. Get lots of casting practice on panfish around home and don't overlook North GA. you're close there. Pick up some maps (Topo) of the Cohutta, Ravens Cliffs, and Tear Britches, Wilderness areas. Jack's River is best but I've fished all the creeks within a day hike of the tote road. On a regular map follow Rt. 2 west out of Blue Ridge and you'll find the boundry.

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