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Old 01-02-18, 10:08 AM   #1
Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Hoschton, GA & Cherry Log Mtn.
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Default Can the Toccoa tailwater be float fished on your own?

I recently did a drift boat float on the Toccoa tailwater. We put in about 10 minutes before generation stopped at 11:00am. We got out of the water at Curtis Switch at 5:15pm with dark closing fast.

I am wondering if a person had their own kayak/canoe could this water be fished by yourself. There seemed to be so many fishy places that we went by or didn't spend a lot of time fishing. My concern is not knowing the time frames and distances I could easily be calling for help in the dark.

Any thoughts are appreciated as I was thinking of being in the kayak market before doing this trip. I think I would only attempt if there was another boat/fisherman with me.
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