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Shortly after that it enters the Chattahoochee. The river isn't very wide or deep in this stretch - but it moves well and isn't too bad for intermediate paddlers if you can find the right lanes. Easy rapids are frequent.
The stretch is very pretty. We did some fishing and caught a few bass. There are trout in this water too - saw them surface many times, but weren't taking my spinners. I wished that I brough some surface lures or flies.
Most of the area is private property - so you can't get out and wade - but fishing from a boat is ok.
We took out where the 255 bridge crosses the River. I don't know for sure how long the trip is, but I would guess about 8 miles. It took us about 3.5 hours going at a leisurely pace.
To Take Out: From the 17 bridge at the creek - continue south down 17 until 255 takes a right turn. Follow 255 till you get to the Bridge over the Chattahoochee. There is parking on the side of the Road.
Free Standing Boat Racks