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Some lakes are public. Others are individually owned. Fishing license is required and some restrictions apply. Please call them for more info.
Big Lazer Creek Public Fishing Area in Talbot County
Size: 195 acres Fish: Bass, bluegill, bream, redear sunfish, crappie, and channel catfish
Lake Facilities: Fishing pier with wheelchair access, concrete boat ramp, restrooms and primitive camping. Fee: Anglers 16 or older must have: a state fishing license plus WMA stamp; honorary fishing license; or one day fishing license Open: All year from sunrise to sunset
Restrictions: Outboard motors permitted at idle speed only. Check fishing regulations for creel and size limits; no live bait minnows are allowed. All fishermen are required to have a valid Wildlife Management Area stamp in addition to a fishing license. Outboard motors permitted at idle speed only.
Contact Information: Owner: Wildlife Resources Division, Ga. Dept. of Natural Resources Phone: 706-845-4180 - Address: Manchester Fisheries Office, 601 third Avenue, Manchester, GA 31816 - Directions: Approximately 7 miles northeast of Talbotton, 1 mile north of Pobiddy Road on Bunkham Road
Carver Park Lake in Muscogee County
Size: 12 acres Fish: Bass, bream, channel catfish and crappie
Lake Facilities: Bank fishing only, restrooms, picnic tables, snacks, trails, gymnasium, swimming pool, accessible to persons with disabilities Fee: No special fees Open: All year, from sunrise until 11 pm. Restrictions: Fishing is from the bank only.
Contact Information
: Owner: City of Columbus Parks and Recreation Dept.
Phone: 706-653-4189 - Address: P. O. Box 1340 Columbus, GA 31902
Directions: On Hunter Road off Schataulga Road near Ft. Benning
Cooper Creek Park Lake in Muscogee County
Size: 48 acres Fish: Bass, bream, channel catfish and crappie
Lake Facilities: Bank fishing, picnic tables, restrooms, playground and nature walking trail
Fee: No special fees Open: All year, from sunrise until 11 pm
Restrictions: No swimming or camping is allowed.
Contact Information: Owner: City of Columbus Parks and Recreation Dept.
Phone: 706-653-4189 - Address: P. O. Box 1340 Columbus, GA 31902
Directions: On Mildgen Road 3 miles east of Columbus off Reese Road and U.S. Hwy 80
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Flatrock Park Lake in Muscogee County
Size: 10 acres Fish: Bass, bream and catfish
Lake Facilities: Bank fishing, picnic tables and restrooms
Fee: No special fees Open: All year, from sunrise until 11 pm
Restrictions: Bank fishing only is permitted. No swimming or camping are allowed.
Contact Information: Owner: City of Columbus Parks and Recreation Dept.
Phone: 706-653-4189 - Address: P. O. Box 1340 Columbus, GA 31902
Directions: On Warm Springs Road 4 miles north of U.S. Hwy 80 (Manchester Expressway)
Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park Lakes in Harris County
Size: 2 lakes - Franklin is 23 acres and Lake Delano is 18 acres
Fish: Both lakes contain largemouth bass, bream, and channel catfish.
Lake Facilities: Picnic tables, tent and RV camping, primitive camping, travel trailer, cabin, and picnicking facilities are available. Boat rentals are available
Fee: $5 parking fee Open: All year. Lake Franklin is open to the public from September through May. During the summer months it is open to group campers only. Lake Delano is open to the public year round. Restrictions: Lake Franklin fishing by permit only. No motors or private boats are allowed on either lake.
Contact Information: Owner: Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park, Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites Division, Ga. Department of Natural Resources
Phone: 706-663-4858 Address: 2970 Hwy 190 Pine Mountain, GA 31822
Directions: Accessible by either GA Hwy 354 or GA Hwy 190 just east of Pine Mountain
Griffin City Reservoir in Spalding County
Size: 375 acres Fish: Bass, bream, channel catfish and crappie
Lake Facilities: Boat ramp only. Fee: No special fees Open: All year during daylight hours
Restrictions: Boats may use electric motors only. Access is available for both bank and boat fishermen, but only electric motors are permitted. Picnicking is allowed, but swimming and camping are not.
Contact Information Owner: City of Griffin - Phone: 770-229-6423 Address: Griffin, GA
Directions: 6 miles W of Griffin on Cheatham, New Salem, and Vaughn Roads, S of GA Hwy 92
Houston Lake in Houston County
Size: 180 acres Fish: Bass, bream, and crappie - Lake Facilities: Boat launching, parking, bank fishing - Fee: None Open: All year, daylight hours only. Restrictions: All motors idle speed only
Contact Information: Owner: Houston County Phone: 478-825-6151
Address:
Region 4 Wildlife Management Fisheries - Directions: 5 miles east of Perry on SR127
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Lake Heath in Muscogee County
Size: 22 acres Fish: Bass, bream and catfish
Lake Facilities: Bank fishing only, restrooms, located in a city park - Fee: No special fees Open: All year, from sunrise until 11 pm
Restrictions: Bank fishing only. . No swimming is permitted.
Contact Information: Owner: City of Columbus Parks and Recreation Dept.
Phone: 706-653-4189 - Address: P. O. Box 1340 Columbus, GA 31902
Directions: On Datchett Drive off Windsor Drive near Columbus Metropolitan Airport
Lake Meriwether in Meriwether County
Size: 144 acres Fish: Bass, bream, channel catfish and crappie
Lake Facilities: Picnic tables and 10 camping units including water and power hookups.
Fee: Daily entrance fee per person Open: All year from sunrise to sunset
Restrictions: Boats may use electric motors only. Private boats with battery operated motors are allowed. No boats with gasoline motors allowed. Swimming is prohibited.
Contact Information: Owner: Meriwether County - Phone: 706-672-1314
Address: Count Commissioners Office, P. O. Box 428 Greenville, GA 30222
Directions: 1 mile southwest of Woodbury, off Georgia Hwy 85 Alt
Menonite Lake in Macon County
Size: 70 acres Fish: Bass, bream, catfish and crappie
Lake Facilities: Boat ramp and restrooms Fee: Daily entrance fee per person Open: All year from sunrise until 11 pm. Restrictions: No motor restrictions, but boats must travel at idle speed only.. Primative camping is allowed by permission a fee. There are no motor size restrictions, but boats must travel at idle speed only. All bream must be kept, and anglers may keep 25 crappie and 6 bass per day.
Contact Information: Owner: Private Phone: 478-472-8096
Address: 750 Miller Road, Montezuma, Georgia 31063
Directions: 5 miles east of Montezuma off GA Hwy 224 and County Road 24 on County Rd 268
Thomaston City Lake in Upson County
Size: 3 acres Fish: Channel catfish, bass and bream. Fee: No special fees. Open: Monday and Thursday only, 5 am until 11 pm, April 1 through October. Restrictions: This managed pond is open to senior and disabled citizens only. Pond is open from April 1 through September 30 only.
Contact Information: Owner: City of Thomaston - Phone: 706-647-9691
Address: Recreation Dept., P. O. Box 672 Thomaston, GA 30286
Directions: On U.S. Hwy 19 North within the city limits of Thomaston
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