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Rivers

  • Located high in the north Georgia mountains and far from civilization, the headwaters of the Chattahoochee River offer anglers the chance to catch rainbow and brown trout. Wild as well as stocked t...

  • Chattooga has long been known as a mainstay in the southeast, undammed and smoothly twisting through Georgia. The banks and waters of this nationally recognized waterway remain quite primitive posing ...
  • Although many Georgia outdoor adventurers lament the construction of a nearby dam around 1914, there is still hope for a thrilling visit to this region. The stream is not as healthy and wild as it ...

  • This Georgia classic was the site of many whitewater events in the 2006 Olympics. World class kayaking is available on this widely varying waterway, which flows through western North Carolina as well ...
  • The Cartecay is a perfect introduction into the whitewater world. Northern Georgia offers no better slowly ascending rapids for those who want to ease their way into a bumpy ride.

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  • The Chatahoochee River National Recreation Area is a great place to escape life’s banal routine. It’s rocky banks and twisting waters are a popular draw for tubing, canoeing, and kayaki...