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I am looking for a place to do some float tubing that I can work that will not require two cars. Does anyone have any spots where you can get in and out of that is worth experimenting? I have just stumbled into this site and have read a lot of very useful information.
06-25-00, 02:28 PM
Welcome to the board Leto. You might want to try Jones Bridge park you can do a little float tube run and catch some nice trout. The fulton county side is the way I come in and I park at the boat ramp and walk up to the shoals with my gear and float back down. Will be there today at 6:00. I use a camo pattern float tube so if you see me give me a yell. Good Hunting
Thanks for the info on JB. Will all of this hard rain, will it be worth going out today? I definitely will be out there this week. Do you come into JB from 141 or from Jones Bridge Rd off of Holcomb Bridge?
06-25-00, 08:59 PM
corner of Holcomb and the Harris Teeter...sorry I don't know the name....be sure to check the generation....and watch out for Bubba. http://www.georgia-outdoors.com/ubbngto/smile.gif
The name of the road by Harris Teeter is Barnwell. You can go to McGinnis Ferry walk down to the river on the Fulton side and walk up about a 1/2 mile or so the the giant rock (you can't miss it) and float back down. Its a real short float but that area holds fish (unless I'm fishing it).
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