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Dawg Vet
Dawg Vet
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Last Activity: Today, 04:54 PM
Joined: 01-16-01
Location: Waleska, GA in the Good Ol' US of A!
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  • Everything you've heard is totally wrong. There are no trout on Blue Ridge WMA! Heck, the streams are so devoid of life that they have to stock Chinese catfish and they barely survive. No fish, anywhere. Don't waste your time. Fish for trout in the Chattahoochee. Below Atlanta.
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  • I believe that everything you saw was pretty typical for this time of year. Rainbows are usually Spring spawners and can start up about now in our Southern climate. The mayflies were likely either Blue Quills or Blue Winged Olives. Blue Quills are the first hatch of the Spring and can often show up...
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  • Dawg Vet
    replied to SPORTSMAN'S WAREHOUSE
    Preacher,
    I've been in the one in Chattanooga a few times and they always seemed well-stocked. I have a friend that has bought a couple guns there and was satisfied with their service and price.
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  • Anybody been in the new Cohutta shop in Blue Ridge?

    So I was wondering if anyone has been into the new Cohutta shop in Blue Ridge? I came through there today but they were already closed. Any changes since last owners? How’s the tying selection? Any idea if they carry Fishpond gear? I was looking at a Cimarron wader bag and would like to buy local. ...
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  • Dawg Vet
    replied to Brookie tactics
    Right now, water temps will likely dictate everything! I chased Brookies today and with water measured at 40 degrees, action was slow. I did, surprisingly, have a bit of success on dries but dry/dropper is usually best until water warms a bit. Most Brookie streams are quite shallow so dredging bottom...
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  • Yeah, I gotta check out one of them Eagle Claw sticks to put in when I get bored deer hunting! Great idea! Where did you get your rod at?
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