Fly Fishing Guide in West Georgia: the Flint, Chattahoochee, and around the southeast

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Guided flyfishing in west Georgia; casting lessons, fly-tying lessons

Flies & entemology

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Equipment & Techniques


Knots - a couple of my favorite knots here that I believe are superior to standards.

Shooting Heads - haven't quite finished this section, but I use them a lot. Especially lead-core heads with loop attachments. If you have a question, feel free to contact me.

Fly Tying - a couple of different techniques in the Bead-rattle Flies and Stealth Bomber fly sections. 

Casting - "The Most Un-Appreciated Cast" - The under-powered curve cast is not fancy, but it maybe the fish-catching-est cast of them more...


Boats - not quite done with this one either, but if you have a question about outboard jet/jonboat rigs for shallow water & rocky rivers, let me know.

Fly Rods - For performance and economy, Temple Fork Fly Rods can't be beat. They ride my boat's rod rack right next to the $600 big names, and catch just as many fish. The TFO Signature Series is unbelievable at under $100; the Ti-Cr is a hot number and my favorite in the 5, 7 and 8 weights.


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