The cold, clear creeks of the Southeast offer some of the best isolated fly-fishing opportunities and unheralded big fish in the country. These remarkable opportunities and more are covered in the Flyfisher’s Guide to North Carolina & Georgia.
This all-new guide is complete with author Nick Carter’s brilliant full-color photography and the same maps that have made this series the best fly-fishing guidebooks on the market. Public land, access roads, campgrounds, parks, boat ramps, hand launches, parking and picnic areas, driving directions and GPS coordinates for access points are all included. No need to worry about getting lost.
This guidebook includes comprehensive coverage of the large rivers, the medium streams and the small brooks. From the high tributaries of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Pisgah National Forest in North Carolina to the broad and rolling Chattahoochee River in Georgia and far beyond, Carter has covered just about everything of interest to fly anglers.
Carter has fished these waters for years. His experiences and stories guide readers through the best fly fishing this Southern Appalachian region has to offer. He has penned numerous articles for a variety of fishing and outdoors magazines—his expertise has earned him a reputation as one of the best fly fishing writers for this under-rated part of the country.
Don’t miss out on this encyclopedia of southeastern fly-fishing knowledge. You will be rewarded handsomely with new locations, memorable experiences and excellent fishing.