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I'm thinking of heading to the Georgia/Tennessee/Alabama area after new years. What are the chances of finding lots of good boating in the area? Any specifics or a website would be great.

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Generally that will be the rainy season so hopefully lots of things will be running. Most are all rain dependent. The chattooga should definately be running. the green will be definately be running. Probably others but be prepared for the cold. Boatingbeta.com has most of the popular runs with gauges on it. Russell
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