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Old 11-09-17, 05:07 PM   #11
Join Date: Feb 2016
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Originally Posted by splatek16 View Post
Really nice report.
Like everyone else that posted the idea of fishing in the "wilderness"/cohutta has been on my radar. Unfortunately, the reports are not that great: a few fish here, a few fish there. I realize that there is more to the wilderness than fishing and it still makes me yearn to get there. Thanks for the reminder. And great photos.
When you fish in the Cohutta, it's more about the Cohutta than it is about fish - you can fish in there, and sometimes you even catch some, but the trout are diabolically sensitive and mostly you're there for the wilderness (largest contiguous wilderness east of the Mississippi). I've fished in there a bunch of times and still have no rhyme or reason to what works, when it works, or why.

Headed up there for two days in two weeks - cannot wait.
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