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Kolomoki Mounds State Park Lakes in Early County
Size: 2 lakes; 57 acres each Fish: Bass, bream, catfish and crappie
Lake Facilities: Both lakes have aconcrete boat ramps. Two picnic shelters are located on Lake Kolomoki. Boat rentals are available on both lakes. Both lakes have fishing docks and bank fishing access. Camping is also available.
Fee: $5 parking fee Open: All year, 7:00am - 10:00 pm
Restrictions: Outboard motors larger than 10 hp cannot be used on either lake.
Contact Information - Owner: Kolomoki Mounds State Park, Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites Division, Ga. Department of Natural Resources - Phone: 912-723-5296 Address: Route 1, Box 114 Blakley Georgia 31723 - Directions: 5 miles north of Blakely off U.S. Hwy 27 on second Kolomoki Road
Lake Lewis in Berrien County
Size: 1200 acres Fish: Anglers may catch catfish, bass, bluegill and crappie.
Lake Facilities: A boat ramp and handicap accessible facilities are available. A restaurant is open Thursday through Saturday.
Fee: Daily entrance and boat launching fee Open: All year from daylight to dark. No swimming or camping allowed. No fishing from Dam.
Contact Information - Owner: Private Phone: 912-686-5014 - Address: Route 3, Box 2010, Nashville Georgia 31639 - Directions: 4 miles east of Nashville on south side of GA Hwy 76 at the nine mile marker
Paradise Public Fishing Area in Berrien County
Size: 75 lakes, 525 acres total Fish: Channel catfish, bass, crappie and bream can be caught.
Lake Facilities: Boat ramps, tent camping, picnic tables, restrooms, accessible to persons with disabilities. Boat ramps are located on some lakes.
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: Boats may use electric motors only except in Lake Patrick where outboard motors must operate at idle speed, check regulations at gate before fishing. A WMA stamp and a state fishing license, or a 1-day fishing license, is needed to fish. Gasoline motors are allowed in Lake Patrick only, and those larger than 10 hp must operate at idle speed. Only electric motors may be used in other lakes. Swimming is not allowed. There are special creel limits of 5 bass 14 inches long or longer, 15 bream, and 5 channel catfish. Some of the lakes are currently closed to fishing for renovation and restocking. Please check the regulations posted at the gate before fishing.
Contact Information - Owner: Wildlife Resources Division, Ga. Dept. of Natural Resources Phone: 912-533-4792 - Address: Route 1, Box 68 Enigma Georgia 31749-9769 - Directions: 8 miles east of Tifton on the Brookfield-Nashville Road off U.S. Hwy 82 near Brookfield.
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Ray's Mill Pond in Berrien County
Size: 3500 acres Fish:This large mill pond contains largemouth bass, bream, chain pickerel, and crappie.
Lake Facilities: Bank access (free), boat ramp, and restaurant is open Wednesday through Saturday evenings. Rental boats are available. There is no charge for bank fishing from the dam.
Fee: boat launching fee Open: All year
Restrictions: There is a boat launching fee, and Camping is not permitted.
Contact Information - Owner: Private Phone: 912-455-4075 - Address: Route 1, Box 2240 Ray City Georgia 31645 - Directions: 1east of GA Hwy 64
Lakeview Park in Ben Hill County
Size: 20 acres Fish: Bass, bream and crappie
Lake Facilities: Guided tours, bait, tackle, picnic tables and restrooms, a boat ramp, and camping.
Fee: Call for fees Open: All year from sunup to sundown
Restrictions: Trolling motor only. Only electric motors may be used on boats. Channel catfish, bass, and bream have been stocked in the lake.
Contact Information - Owner: City of Fitzgerald - Phone: 912-426-5050 - Address: 363 Perry House Road, Fitzgerald Georgia 31750 - Directions: On Perry House Road 0.5 miles south of Industrial Blvd. in Fitzgerald
Lake Lindsay Grace in Wayne County
Size: 234 acres Fish: Bass, bream and crappie
Lake Facilities: A boat ramp, bank fishing, picnic tables, restrooms, tent camping, swimming, and handicap accessible facilities are available.
Fee: No special fees Open: All year from sunrise to sunset
Restrictions: No race boats. Bank fishing only.
Contact Information - Owner: Wayne County Phone: 912-579-6475 - Address: 1167 Griffin Road Screven Georgia 31560 - Directions: On GA Hwy 99, 5 miles west of the intersection of GA Hwy 99 and 84 near Jesup
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Lake Mayers in Appling County
Size: 170 acres Fish: Largemouth bass, bream and crappie
Lake Facilities: Concrete boat ramps, swimming, picnic tables, restrooms. Access is available from the bank, or by boat via two concrete ramps.
Fee: Boat launching fee Open: All year from sunrise to sunset
Contact Information - Owner: Appling County Phone: 912-367-8177 - Address: 100 Oak Street Baxley Georgia 31513 - Directions: 7 miles west of Baxley off State Road 1300 on County Road 56
Little Ocmulgee State Park Lake in Wheeler County
Size: 224 acres Fish: Bass, bream, channel catfish and crappie
Lake Facilities: Fishing Access from the bank or by boat from a concrete ramp. Boat ramp, canoe and paddle boat rentals, dock accessible to persons with disabilities, picnic tables, camping, lodging, tennis, golf
Fee: $5 parking fee Open: All year during daylight hours
Restrictions: 10 hp motor restriction between sunrise and 11 am, and between 6 pm and sunset There is no swimming. A 10 hp motor restriction applies between sunup and 11 am, and between 6 pm and sundown.
Contact Information - Owner: Little Ocmulgee State Park, Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites Division Georgia DNR - Phone: 912-868-7474 Address: P. O. Drawer 149 Mc Rae Georgia 31055 - Directions: 2 miles north of McRae on U.S. Hwy 319/441
Morgan Lake Camper Park in Long County
Size: 200 acres - Several lakes Fish: Bass, bream, catfish, crappie and others
Lake Facilities: 2 boat ramps and campsites with full hook-ups
Fee: Adults daily fee, children accompanied by parents free.
Open: All year sunrise to sunset except Christmas day
Restrictions: Boats using motors larger than 10 hp must operate at idle speed only, boat access to the Altamaha River NO JET SKIS allowed. Fishing permit required. Can buy permit at Morgan Lake Bait and Tackle Shop. There is an entrance fee. A paved boat ramp, and tent and RV camping are available. Boats using motors larger than 10 hp must operate at idle speed only.
Contact Information - Owner: Private Phone: 912-545-9026 - Address: P. O. Box 1275 Jessup Georgia 31598 - Directions: 6 miles north of Jesup off U.S. Hwy 301; US Hwy 84
Todd Catfish Farm in Toombs County
Size: 2 lakes- 15 and 3 acres Fish: Bass, bream, channel catfish and crappie
Fee: Per pound of fish caught
Open: Thursday through Saturday all year from sunrise to sunset, closed Sunday
Restrictions: Anglers must keep all fish, boats may use electric motors only. Boats may use electric motors only, and anglers must keep fish caught.
Contact Information - Owner: Private Phone: 912-565-7309 - Address: 1323 George Hill Road, Lyons Georgia 30436 - Directions: 11 miles south of the U.S. Hwy 280 and U.S. Hwy 1 intersection on County Road 106
Tuckahoe Wildlife Management Area Lake in Screven County
Size: 10 lakes, from 18 to 2 acres in size Fish: Bass, bream, catfish and jackfish
Lake Facilities: Boat ramps, limited shore fishing and primitive camping. Access to Savannah River and Briar Creek River through boat ramps
Fee: No special fees Open: All year from sunrise to sunset
Contact Information - Owner: Wildlife Resources Division Georgia DNR and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Phone: 912-829-4487 Address: 3246 Pine inn Road Sylvania Georgia 30467 Directions: East Ogeechee to Junction/BrannonBridge Road on Ga Hwy 24
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