Devin Lancaster of RTA – Sep 14th

Wed, Sep 14th at 7:00 p.m. Meeting in person at Manuel’s Tavern. Topic: Tactics targeting brown and rainbow trout, stripe and shoal bass. Devin grew up on Buford Dam Rd in Buford Ga hunting and fishing along the Chattahoochee. Devin is the current fly fishing manager of the Buckhead ORVIS store. He and his Brother Dillon […]

Colorado Trip Report

Several Club members drove out or met up to fish together in Colorado. The group included Ed Chamberlain, Rob Kissel, Eric Davies, Mark Stevens and JD Forrester. We all gathered promptly at my house at 6 am, well make that 6:15 am, well make that 6:30 am, excited and ready for a great trip. As […]

Hazel Creek Video by the Weather Channel

The video highlights our good fishing friend Steve Claxton sent to us by Mike Williams.  Hazel Creek is one of the club’s favorite wild trout streams and is located on the far side of Lake Fontana. Hazel Creek Video  

Greg’s Winter Montana Trip

Please share these pics from my Montana Trip from late November 2013 captions transferred with the pictures I sent you.  So, permit me to give you a caption for each picture.  Feel free to edit the captions. Picture #1:  The Big Horn River also borders some private land, including cattle ranches.  These are black angus […]

Davidson River Club Trip – December 2013

JD’s Report Bob “Taj” Prator and I braved rainy skies to travel up to the beautiful area of Brevard, NC this past Thursday. I had my doubts. It was pouring as I left my house and I was wondering if the trip would be a wash out. I’m very glad I continued because for the […]

Montana Road Trip

JD, Ed, Eric, and Rob go to Montana Months before the departure The first question is how to get there from Atlanta, where to fish, then where to stay… Aug 3 leave Atlanta, stay around Kansas City Aug 4 stay around ?Wyoming? ? South Dakota? Aug 5 arrive Big Horn, stay in Cottonwood Campground Aug […]

Basalt Colorado fly fishing with Cameron Cipponeri

While there may still be some fishing tomorrow–cutthroat in Maroon Bells/Aspen area, private water here on the Frying Pan, or further upstream where we’ve fished twice–we have had a good and interesting three days of fishing. Day one was supposed to be a full day float on the Roaring Fork.  But recent rains…yes, I know, […]

2013 Flows on the Chattahoochee

Spring fishing season is upon us with hints of honey suckle in the air and mountain laurel along with trout lillies in full bloom. As one of our clients exclaimed, “Chris, the fish are just the the gravy, it’s beautiful out here!” We are excited about the new spring season with a better prevelence of […]

Fishing Report on the Tuck

June 1st, 2013 This past Wednesday and Thursday Eric Davis and I went up to the ‘Tuck with NASCAR. The generation schedule was supposed to be favorable and the DH is drawing to a close. On Wednesday we were greeted with pretty high water, which kept the dry fly action down (although we heard that […]

THE SOQUE COMES TO THE CHATTOOGA (BUT NOT NASCAR)

Bob “NASCAR” Chambliss called Ed Chamberlain and I and asked us to go fishing this past Friday (3/23). The phone conversation with NASCAR went about the same with both Ed and I. NASCAR (excited)-Hello, lets go fishing on Friday. ED-That sounds good, how about we go to the Chattooga? I have heard that the dry […]