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I'm planning a 2 day float on CC. I've been on it only 3 times before, and each time we floated Pyatt to Snow. Was thinking about doing Snow to Kelly's Slab. Would you recommend this stretch or doing a float above Pyatt? Fishing for size not numbers, strictly C&R. Thanks everyone

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From my recent experience both stretches provide quality fish, honestly could not say one was better than the other. Snow to Kelly's with this water level is a long float but doable in two days. Depends on how you like to fish: plastics on bottom and thoroughly working the holes I'd go with the shorter option; working buzzbaits, cranks or the like covering water quickly you could do the longer. Be careful with where you plan on camping, there are some really nice people out there and there are some really nasty ones as well. Good luck

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That is a nice fish! If I had thighs like those... Whatever. CC is all about creek height and flow. Snow to Kelly is awesome. Or it was when I was there a while ago. (Mark?) . A float above Pyatt is recommended when the gauge at Kelly is at least 10.5 or more. CC is about fast water when it is hot.

We do Snow to Georges Creek .

Then Georges to Kelly.

And stay at the Carlton Marion Inn because they have beds and air conditioning and showers (that hits your belly if you are tall).

Besides, why are you asking us? You guys are way more attractive and have a big smallie taunting us. You know what you're doing sly dogs.

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