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Old 05-24-2013, 01:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Cliff Speed View Post
You can fish most year round trout streams in GA at night but not the Hooch tailwater, however there is at least one great year round, wild brown trout river in GA that you can fish at night, and it does have some really big browns in it, but it's not the Hooch. If night fishing doesn't interest you, the best time of year to target browns is in the fall as the season is starting to close, because that's when browns start spawning and they will feed a lot less selectively and more during daylight hours.
The browns and brookies sure are pretty colored in the Fall when they're spawning, too. You can find some big browns in weird places in the fall spawn sometimes, like 20" fish in little jump-across creeks.
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