On Friday I had the chance to fish the Tallulah River about 60 miles Northeast of Atlanta. The river flows throuh three lakes that create cold water tailwaters. We fished for about five hours using double rigged nymphs (Prince and PTs mostly). There were four of us wet wading in water that was about 52 degrees (the air temp rose from 51 to 85 through the day). During that period we caught and released over 150 RBT. That is not a typo, that is trout fishing in Northern Georgia. I understand that they stock the River three times a year. I caught a 4 inch beautifully colored RBT, so there must be a small amount of natural reproduction. We caught a number of fish in the 14-15 inch range that also suggested some holdovers. Certainly not a wild trout experience, but one that I would be happy to share with my kids any day.