By: Shane Davis, Ryan Homer, and Jordan Downs
the WAYS of the CHATTOOGA RIVER
Born in springs and rivulets high on the south side of Whiteside Mountain, near Cashiers, NC, the Chattooga River flows some 50 miles south-southwest forming the border between Georgia and Oconee County, South Carolina, ending at Lake Tugaloo, dropping from 3,000 feet to 950 feet.
jerry is are top instructor on the rafting and fishing down the Chattanooga.
Donna experts in tubing and swimming. she hold the record of most saved life's.
tom is the most favorite tour guide because of why he acts and how he come to work ready and happy. he experts in kayaking and fishing.