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    I have a late fall trip planned for the north georgia mountains. Small fish and small streams. Anyone have any ideas what works good for that time of year and that area.

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    Default Re: Succesful Flies for North Georgia streams in late fall?

    Quote Originally Posted by cdawg1999 View Post
    I have a late fall trip planned for the north georgia mountains. Small fish and small streams. Anyone have any ideas what works good for that time of year and that area.

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    I can't say that I have ever been there, but Google can be your friend.

    Look up "hatch chart north georgia" on Google. You will be surprised on what you find.

    Dennis

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    Thanks. I don't know why I didn't try google. I use it for everything else.

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    Nymphs: Pheasant Tails #14 to #18, Prince Nymphs #14 to #18, GR Hares' Ear #12 to #16, early black stonefly nymphs #16, Tellico #16
    Drys: elk hair caddis #16, yellow stimulators #12 to #16, Adams Parachute #16
    Streamers olive Woolly Buggers #8 to #12 same in black
    Midges: Brassie #18 to #22 Zebra midge in black also red #18 to #22

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    Quote Originally Posted by zug buggin View Post
    Nymphs: Pheasant Tails #14 to #18, Prince Nymphs #14 to #18, GR Hares' Ear #12 to #16, early black stonefly nymphs #16, Tellico #16
    Drys: elk hair caddis #16, yellow stimulators #12 to #16, Adams Parachute #16
    Streamers olive Woolly Buggers #8 to #12 same in black
    Midges: Brassie #18 to #22 Zebra midge in black also red #18 to #22
    Kinda funny but that list also works right here in Colorado!

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    Fish there often and the best flies have been Rainbow Warrior and Pinkeye knock-em dead everytime.

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    Zebra Midge #20-24

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    Default Re: Succesful Flies for North Georgia streams in late fall?

    Quote Originally Posted by MoscaPescador View Post
    I can't say that I have ever been there, but Google can be your friend.

    Look up "hatch chart north georgia" on Google. You will be surprised on what you find.

    Dennis

    Thanks Dennis. I just printed up a bunch of hatch charts that I've never seen before.

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