We were in North Georgia for most of the past six days, spending quality time with my family and I was able to do a bit of fly fishing as well. The fishing wasn’t as stellar as it has been in years past, but then again I wasn’t in top form either. Lots of missed hooksets, flies in trees, and too much time spent de-tangling terrible casting decisions. Low and slow water didn’t help, but was hardly to blame. Despite all that, there were times everything came together and I landed a few nice fish.
I always enjoy fishing at the cabin but I think my daughter may have enjoyed playing with her cousins more. It was a very relaxing trip, but we still found plenty to do beyond fishing and hanging out with family. Hiking, tubing, catching crickets, four-wheeling, waterfalls, a festival, and a brewery visit – we had a blast. I cherish every trip we take to Georgia and wish we could make it that way more often. Huge thanks to Mom and Dad for having us!