Fishing in Rabun County

Rabun County, Georgia is home to 225 lakes, rivers, and other fishing spots.
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Rabun County Fly Fishing Streams –
Seasonal:
Bad Branch watershed (flows into LakeS eed);
Bad Creek watershed (flows into Tugaloo Lake)
Bridge Creek watershed
Crow Creek watershed (flows into LakeSeed)
Dickenson Branch (flows into Lake Burton
Dicks Creek watershed (flows into Lake Burton)
Falls Branch watershed (flows into Lake Rabun)
Flat Creek watershed
Joe Creek watershed (flows into Lake Rabun)
LaCounts Creek watershed (flows into Lake Seed)
Moccasin Creek watershed, except Moccasin Creek downstream
from the Burton Hatchery water intake to the sign marking the approximate normal pool level of Lake Burton
Popcorn Creek watershed
Seals Creek watershed (flows into LakeSeed)
Slick Shoal Creek (flows into Lake Seed)
Timpson Creek watershed
Wildcat Creek watershed
Worse Creek watershed (flows intoTugalooLake)
All other streams or parts of streams not listed below as Year-round. Note: Tallulah River downstream from Lake Burton dam and tributaries to Burton, Seed, Rabun, Tallulah Falls, Tugaloo, and Yonah lakes not listed as Year-round are not trout streams and may be fished year-round and without a trout license.
Year-round:
Chattooga River upstream from the mouth of Warwoman Creek
Little Tennessee River downstream fromUS Hwy23-441 bridge;
Moccasin Creek downstream from the Burton Hatchery water intake to the sign marking the approximate normal pool level of Lake Burton;
Overflow Creek watershed
Stekoa Creek watershed
TallulahRiverdownstream to Lake Burton
Warwoman Creek
West Fork Chattooga River.

Fly Fishing Instruction:
Hatch Camp and Art Farm – Owner:  Scott Low
1060 Joe Speed Rd
Clayton, Georgia
www.Facebook.com/HatchCamp/
Call (706) 782-3747