Rabun County is crisscrossed with streams, lakes, rivers and other waterways. As such, it is one of North Georgia’s best destinations for fly fishing.
Some of Rabun County’s most popular fly fishing locations include the Tallulah River, the Chattooga River, Moccasin Creek, Warwoman Creek and Black Rock Creek, just to name a few.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources stocks 14 bodies of water in Rabun with trout, and those areas see the most activity among fly fishers. However, there are hidden gems to be found off the beaten path.