Time to Go Fishing

th~ You grab a line

I’ll grab a pole

We’ll go fishing in the craw-fish hole -Little Big Town


Have we seen the last of the snow yet here in Blue Ridge, Georgia? I’m not sure I can answer that question. One thing is certain though…warmer weather has slithered in and the folks here in this town are enjoying the change-myself included! For those of you who love nothing more than to bait a hook-the North Georgia Mountains offers some of the best trout fishing. If you’re itching to make your way up to these parts, planning is essential. Think 3 months in advance and by the time May or June arrives thee will be plenty of places to throw in your line.


One place I’m thinking of is The Trout Adventure Trail, where individual hikers, families, and groups can hike. Once you’ve booked your cabin with us, why not take a trip to the Trout Adventure Trail? The Trout Adventure is located in the wilderness of the Chattahoochee National Forest which encompasses Gilmer County and Fannin County (the trout capital of Georgia). This exciting adventure trail travels the national forest for around an hour and a half. Whether it’s the speckled trout you’re interested in or you just want to hike the trail-there something for the whole family to enjoy!




The kids will love earning an official patch for a hike well done. And…if you go along with kids you can earn a patch as well. For camp lovers- there are all types of sites ready for you to pitch a tent or your camper. Let’s face it- a trip to the mountains won’t be a trip to the mountains unless you go hiking or do some real fishing. Even if fishing isn’t your cup of cappuccino, you can always soak your tired feet in a nearby cool stream. For more information you can visit the website at: http://www.troutadventuretrail.org/ . After a day of hiking the trail you can return back to your cozy cabin for some real cappuccino or tasty hot chocolate. Those May evenings are just cool enough to enjoy a warm fire-perfect for roasting marshmallows and chilling with the family.


C’mon-give us a call today to reserve your cabin and don’t forget the fishing poles!

Gotta Run!

Until Next Time~





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One Response to Time to Go Fishing

  1. Thanks for mentioning the Trout Adventure Trail. There is a lot to love in Blue Ridge. Friendly folks in a beautiful place for sure.