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blog BY John Ross ON February 27 - 0 COMMENTS
100 Best: Dukes Creek
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Location: Northern Georgia Type of stream: Freestone Angling methods Fly, spin Species: Browns, rainbows Access Moderate Season: Year-round Supporting Services: Helen Short take: A private trout stream everyone can afford Handicapped access: None Closest TU Chapters: Upper Chattahoochee, Tailwater [ READ MORE... ]
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Location: Northern Georgia Type of stream: Freestone, Tailwater Angling methods Fly, spin, bait Species: Browns, rainbows, few brookies Access Easy to moderate Season: Varies by section Supporting Services: Helen, Atlanta Short take: Hooch by two…mountains and metro Handicapped access: Yes Closest [ READ MORE... ]
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It’s all about the water. Cold, clean fishable water provides quality fishing but it goes well beyond recreation. It also provides for healthy communities and strong economies. Protecting, reconnecting, restoring and sustaining the coldwater fisheries that flow through our communities and lives [ READ MORE... ]
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blog BY Doug.Agee ON October 1 - 0 COMMENTS
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Working on GA Council site.
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AD∙VO∙CATE n.  (AD•vuh•kit) one who defends or supports a person or cause: an advocate for protection of coldwater resources. The Georgia General Assembly will convene at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, January 14, 2013. Keep posted with Peach State Trout about issues and events that affect Georgia's trout  [ READ MORE... ]
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The Chattahoochee National Forest recently announced that it added nearly seven acres of land with over 500 feet of Chattahoochee River frontage to the Forest. The tract lies north of Robertstown, GA and just downstream of Spoilcane Creek. Partnering with the Trust for Public Land, the Forest used [ READ MORE... ]
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Congressman Paul Broun (R-GA). He represents Georgia’s 10th Congressional District from Athens, Georgia and chairs the House Science Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight which is looking into the EPA’s watershed assessment of the proposed Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay Alaska’s headwaters. [ READ MORE... ]
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