Spolcane creek is a freestone feeder creek to the upper Chattahoochee river near Helen, GA. I honestly I do not know why the state of Georgia stocks this creek. It is one of the most useless creeks I have seen here in Gerogia to stock, there are only a small handful of areas that are open to public to fish and the creek has a very low flow of water almost year round. In the stocked areas of Spoilcane the creek hardly ever gets deeper than a foot of water. Besides Spoilcane Creek’s horrid conditions to fish it is located on one of the busiest and dangerous roads in Georgia (Highway 75), very little parking, and there are a lot of bears Just know if you do try to fish Spoilcane be sure to make sure that you bring bear spray and make sure when parked your car is completely off the main highway ( the few spots that you can park in are very tiny).
Jasus Cree is a freestone, campground creek that is one of the head water streams of the Chattahoochee. It’s the type of creek that you want next to a campground, it is simple, nicely structured, and it is heavily stock. I personally fish this creek every time I go fish the upper sections of the Chattahoochee River because of those facts. It can be troublesome for those that are just learning how to fly fish (it is loaded with Laurel bushes), but for those that are experienced mountain trout fly fisherman Jasus creek can be rather fun and very fruitful.
Realistically there is not much to say about Jesus creek because it is a head water creek. Over the half of a mile are that is stocked there are a couple areas that have very deep holes and long runs, however it is mostly short runs to drop offs, and riffles. Make sure you are fishing these short runs and riffles after a recent stocking, this is where you will find the trout that have moved up stream from the stocking holes.