Re: Conasauga or Jacks


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Posted by Tim on April 19, 1997 at 20:52:31:

In Reply to: Re: Conasauga or Jacks posted by todd on April 18, 1997 at 16:23:42:

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: : : This time of year, which is better Conasauga or Jacks?

: : This time of year I would go to the Conasauga-You
: : can relie on it being clear.Often this time of year
: : if someone pees in the Jacks it gets muddy.On the
: : Conasauga try to go in at the path down to the river
: : at Paint Bank Gap this water(esp.down stream)holds
: : some good fish.I had a very nice trout rise to a dry
: : the 1st week of April several years ago.This area
: : gets little traffic.Also on your way in or out try
: : Mill Creek on the lower end I've caught Bows on one
: : cast and Redeyes on the next.Last year,the week after
: : opening day I caught a 23" Bow on a Wooley Bugger in
: : Coopers Ck and had a huge Brown come up to look at a
: : Dorato dry and opened his mouth then turned away.
: : The point of this is it doesn't get to cold anywhere!
: : in Ga.for trout not to take flies.

: This guy has no fun...join the real men who use spinners..to catch the large brown trout

Read GRW's many postings on this site, and you will quickly see
that not only does he have fun, he is very knowledgeable about trout
fishing in North GA and more than willing to share his wisdom. Before
you discount what he has to say, you better consider how your own record
would stack up to his (although my guess is that he does not consider
fishing a competition). If you like to spinner fish - great for you. I've
done both, and fly fishing is not only more fun, but often more productive
(big fish and all)



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