Re: Questions RE: Soque River
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Posted by MDickinson on September 10, 1997 at 20:05:41:
In Reply to: Re: Questions RE: Soque River posted by Hooker on September 09, 1997 at 16:27:32:
> The Soque is so productive because its stream
> bed is marble/limestone which increases the pH
> of the water and releases a lot of CO2. CO2 is
> basically plant food which through the process of
> photosynthesis creates a very strong food base for
> the Soque.
> Basically, the more alkaline a stream is, the
> more productive it is, and the more trout mass it
> can support.
> I think that most of the Soque is private which
> allows strict control over catch and release.
> A lot of the streams in North Georgia
> have this potential even the "Hooch". Just stop at
> the Mark of the Potter just south of Helen and
> take a look at their trout.
>Hooker, The reason I asked if any other streams have this potential
is because I have this dream about buying some stream property and managing a trophy
trout area(sort of like Brigadoon, but not as stuffy). I don't think that I could afford to buy any property on the
Soque, it sounds to expensive. Does this seem realistic or should it stay a dream?
Anyway, if you have any thoughts or ideas on this or know anyone who has any thoughts or ideas,
please let me know.
Also, what is Mark of the Potter? Is this a fishing location on the upper hooch?
Lastly, I want to tell that I enjoy reading all your interesting stories
on this chat board. I am so glad I found this board, I have learned tons about flyfishing.
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