4 fish tale cove Ellijay ( Georgia, US - 30540) Built

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  • Sought out MountainTown Trout River
  • Type: Farm and Ranch
  • Style: Lot / Land "River Frontage"
  • Lot Type: Rectangular
  • Lot Size: 2.1 acres
  • MLS #: 158335


River Frontage on over 2 acres in a private gated mountain community. Enjoy trout fishing from your very own backyard. This is a fly-fisherman's dream come true. The sought after MountainTown is one of the best trout waters in North Georgia.

Only 12 estate lots in this Beautiful New Community on MountainTown Creek! Rhododendrun & Stacked Stone Entrance! Gorgeous Noisy White Water Big lots to insure privacy!

Gorgeous long range blue mountain views, underground utilities, paved roads! The community has an outside fireplace in one common area and will have a fire pit with mountain view in the other common area!

Mountaintown Creek starts its journey near the boundary of the Cohutta Wilderness Area and eventually joins the Coosawattee River. The upper reach of the stream flows through the Cohutta Wildlife Management Area before reaching private land. Depending on the portion of stream you choose to fish, both stocked or native brown and rainbow trout are possible. Although Mountaintown Creek is designated trout water for its entire length, the upper portion of the stream on the Cohutta Wildlife Management Area offers the most unrestricted public access. A good breaking point when discussing the stream is Mountaintown Creek Watershed Structure #2 (Hills Lake). A short stretch of the stream below the privately held lands around the lake is on public land and popular with anglers. Although this stretch of stream is productive, identifying which portions are public and private can be difficult. Difficult wading conditions and heavily-foliaged banks make fishing anything but the most popular pools difficult. Upstream of Hills Lake, the stream flows through a solid block of the Chattahoochee National Forest. This portion is more open and better suited to flycasting. Although access to this stretch requires some hiking, the rewards come in uncrowded fishing for stream spawned trout. Wild rainbows up to 12 inches are possible, and the few browns caught will generally




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