The members of the Atlanta Fly Fishing Club fish locally, regionally, nationally and throughout the world.

In Atlanta – We arrange group trips locally on the Chattahoochee River (that runs from Buford Dam directly through Atlanta) for Brown and Rainbow Trout.

The Southeast – We fish other cold-water streams in the mountains of North Georgia, North Carolina, Kentucky and Tennessee (view Georgia’s interactive fishing map). Warm water species such as Shoal, Redeye and Smallmouth Bass are also pursued in Georgia rivers and streams throughout the state. Striper and Largemouth bass are fished for in our big lakes.

The Salt – Members chase Bonefish, Permit, Redfish, Tarpon and other saltwater species in Florida, Georgia, North & South Carolina, and the Caribbean.

AFFC members Jimmy Jacobs and Polly Dean have an online zine called On the Fly South which is a great resource for fly fishing the south and beyond.

North America and Beyond – Many of our members have fished locations further away, including famous freshwater fisheries like the White River in Arkansas; the Green River in Utah; the legendary waters of Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming including those in Yellowstone National Park; the Frying Pan in Colorado; the San Juan River in New Mexico; the Bow River in Calgary, Canada, plus, waters in Michigan; New York; New Zealand; Great Britain; France; Patagonia & other areas of South America; British Columbia and Alaska.

The Bottom Line – AFFC Members go fishing!

Cold Water Trips

11/ 16 - 20/ 2022Davidson River, NC See postMichael Greenman
December 5th - 7thSmithgall Woods/Dukes Creek, Helen, GAThe cabin has 5 bedrooms with a maximum occupancy of 10 people or 2 per room. I will be taking 1 room. We need a minimum of 4 people to commit to the remaining rooms.
The costs for each room for the 2 nights is $297. I had to make a 50% deposit to hold the cabin so, if you are interested in going, I will need $148 payment now that is refundable until 1 month prior to the trip.
Michael Greenman