Toccoa River, Union County

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The Toccoa River is one of the most picturesque mountain streams in North Georgia.

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It’s a favorite among fishermen and nature lovers.

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The river follows Georgia Highway 60, one of the most beautiful drives in Georgia.

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5 responses to “Toccoa River, Union County

  1. Thank you for these pictures. You are right about it being crowded on opening day of trout season.

  2. Paula Pearson

    Brian, Love all your pictures. You are doing so much to preserve the history of Georgia. Keep up the good work! God Bless you.

  3. Bones

    I started going to cooper creek in 1967 at the age of 5 with my dad. I still find myself going up a few times every year with my dad at 89 years young.
    While at coopers you have to take the short drive to the deep hole and to the trout hatchery at rock creek all great places thank you for the article.

  4. Hayden Jennings

    I’m almost certain at least that first picture is actually the Toccoa River, because I’ve fished that spot along Hwy. 60 a few times (That’s the highway you see running along the river in the background).

    Either way, I love fishing up there on Coopers Creek and the entire Toccoa watershed. It’s my go-to trout spot

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