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Suwanee Creek Fishing near Duluth, Georgia

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Fish for:
  • Brown Trout
  • Crappie
  • Rock Bass
  • Perch
  • Carp
  • Rainbow Trout
Access: Public
Fishing License: Required
Fishing Rules & Regulations: Georgia Fish & Wildlife

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Fishing Times for Suwanee Creek

Fishing Times for Suwanee Creek near Duluth, GA

Best Fishing Times
11:52PM to 1:52AM, and 12:10PM to 2:10PM

Alternate Fishing Times
6:06AM to 8:06AM

Fishing Suwanee Creek, GA on 5/27/2015 will be best from 11:52PM through 1:52AM, and from 12:10PM to 2:10PM. If those times won’t work for you, 6:06AM to 8:06AM looks promising. Remember to adjust these times based on barometric pressure, and weather changes.

Weather for Suwanee Creek

Current Temp: 65.26
Max Temp: 65.26
Min Temp: 65.26
Outside: overcast clouds
Wind: Setting
Wind Speed: 0.09
Wind Direction: South
Humidity: 100
Pressure: 995.89
Sunrise: 5:27 AM
Sunset: 7:39 PM

1 Fishing Reports for Suwanee Creek - Duluth, Georgia

5/15/2011 6:25:33 PM

Suwanee Creek at Chattahoochee River NRA

Suwanee Creek is one of the largest tributaries feeding the Chattahoochee River NRA between Buford Dam and Peachtree Creek. The water of Suwanee Creek is fed by storm drainage run-off, as well as several small, unnamed creeks. For this reason, the water temperature of Suwanee Creek is generally significantly warmer than the Chattahoochee River. One cane find rather large carp schooling at the mouth of the creek between the rip-rap beneath the bridge supporting a natural gas transmission line and the junction of the two bodies of water. The occasional bass and crappie may be caught here, but it is not a common occurrence. The carp are rarely caught by the many fishermen who seek to hook them as they pull into the mouth of Suwanee Creek on their drift downriver on the Chattahoochee River while fishing for trout. Natural bait is not permitted on this section of designated trout water, and a trout stamp is required. This is the case even if your quarry includes only the carp that inhabit this immediate area of the watershed. Fishing for carp here is very challenging, but there are those who know how to tease a carp into biting a fly, an for them, the experience is very rewarding. Trout, however, are rarely caught in the immediate vicinity downstream of Suwanee Creek since the water from the creek is too warm for their liking. Consider a rating of 2 out of 5 to be close to accurate for this water.

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Suwanee Creek is a stream located just 2.5 miles from Duluth, in Gwinnett County, in the state of Georgia, United States. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including brown trout, crappie, rock bass, perch, carp and rainbow trout here. Whether you’re fly fishing, spinning or baitcasting your chances of getting a bite here are good. So grab your favorite fly fishing rod and reel, and head out to Suwanee Creek.

To find this fishing spot check the map shown above or enter 34.03399 latitude, and -84.12075 longitude into your GPS device. View Suwanee Creek Topo Map.

And please remember to check with the local Fish and Wildlife department to ensure the stream is open to the public, and that you have the necessary fishing license. Now what are you waiting for, get fishing!
Suwanee Creek est un ruisseau situé à seulement 2.5 miles de Duluth, dans le Gwinnett County, dans les état de l'Georgia, United States. Les pêcheurs trouveront une grande variété de poissons, y compris la truite brune, marigane, crapet de roche, perche, carpe et la truite arc-en- ici. Que vous soyez pêche à la mouche, filature ou CASTING vos chances d'obtenir une morsure ici sont bonnes. Alors prenez votre canne à pêche à la mouche favorite et la bobine, et partez à Suwanee Creek.

Pour trouver cet endroit de pêche consultez la carte ci-dessus ou entrez 34.03399 de latitude et de longitude -84.12075 dans votre appareil GPS. Voir Suwanee Creek Carte Topographique.

Et s'il vous plaît n'oubliez pas de vérifier avec les poissons de la faune locale et du service pour assurer le ruisseau est ouvert au public, et que vous avez le permis de pêche obligatoire. Maintenant, ce que vous attendez, vous la pêche!
Suwanee Creek es el corriente situado a 2.5 miles de Duluth, en Gwinnett County, en los estado de Georgia, United States. Los pescadores encontrarán una gran variedad de peces incluyendo trucha marrón, tipo de pez, bajo de rock, perca, carpa y trucha arco iris aquí Ya sea que esté la pesca con mosca, hilado o baitcasting sus probabilidades de contraer una picadura de aquí son buenos. Así que coge tu caña favoritos pesca con mosca y carrete, y diríjase a Suwanee Creek.

Para encontrar este lugar de pesca Consulte el mapa que aparece arriba o entrar en 34.03399 latitud, y -84.12075 de longitud en el dispositivo GPS. Ver Mapa Topográfico de Suwanee Creek.

Y por favor recuerde verificar con el local de Pesca y Vida Silvestre del departamento para garantizar la corriente es abierto al público, y que tiene la licencia de pesca necesario. Ahora, ¿qué estás esperando, consiga la pesca!
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