FLINT RIVER SHOAL BASS - CHATTAHOOCHEE STRIPERS
LARGEMOUTH BASS & BREAM LAKES - GAR & CARP
Where We Fish
The Flint is one of only 40 rivers in the US that runs over 200 miles without a dam. Its fishery for the rare shoal bass is even more unique river. The shoal bass looks and fights like a smallmouth but acts like a trout. We fish the central section of the Flint where it's rocky and shallow, the preferred habitat for the shoal bass.
We also have a few small streams whose names we cannot divulge that offer great fishing for the shoalies. The Flint and these other streams also support a healthy population of red-breasted (longear) sunfish.
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About Your Guide
After growing up in western SC and frequenting the trout streams of NC and north Georgia, Kent moved to west Georgia about 30 years ago. Finding no trout thereabouts, he began seeking various warmwater species with the fly rod. It turned out there were plenty willing to eat a fly...and many were at least as much fin as trout!
After several years of guiding part-time, Kent
apparently had a late mid-life
crisis in 2001 and became a full-time fly fishing guide. He has
fished the streams and lakes of
southeast for over 40
years. His fly fishing experience ranges from the Northwest to the
Caribbean to the South Pacific.
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IN THE PRESS
50 Best Places - Fly Fishing the Southeast by Kevin Howell & Walker Parrott
(Stonefly Press - 2019)
The New Guide for Fly Fishing in Georgia
Fly Fishing in Georgia by David Cannon
(No Nonsense Fishing Guidebooks - 2009)
Fly Fish GA on the
Fly Tyer - Bead Rattle Flies - Summer 2000
C o n t a c t
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