Fly fishing at Noontootla Creek Farms is a small stream fly fishing experience unique to the North Georgia Mountains.
Noontootla Creek normally runs gin clear and takes anywhere from 1/2 day to 1 1/2 days to clear after a rain event. This can be a fly fishing trip life saver if other waters in the state are “blown-out”!
There are two miles of wadeable water consisting of four separate sections, about a half mile each, which have both trophy and stream-bred Browns and Rainbows.
We’re talking classic North Georgia trout water on beautiful Noontootla Creek. It doesn’t get much better than this. NCF water is easily wadeable by anyone. The upper section is a little “tighter” requiring careful casting. The middle two and lowest sections are more open from a casting perspective. Hatches are limited in the Fall & Winter but Spring brings out the stonefly, caddis, mayfly and midge hatches. Summer brings out the terrestrials.
You won’t get bored on this water as it can, at times, be challenging. But the rewards are big as well.
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