The refuge lies on the eastern edge of the Mississippi Flyway in Alabama and Georgia.
The Georgia Unit consists of shoreline along the Chattahoochee River and the Bradley Impoundment. The Bradley Impoundment is comprised of wetlands, agricultural fields, and timberlands. The Alabama portion of the refuge includes the Davis Clark Unit, the Kennedy Impoundment, the Houston Unit, the Molnar Unit, the Upland Unit, and many miles of shoreline along the western edge of the Chattahoochee River and Lake Eufaula. The land of the Alabama portion is a mosaic of wetlands, croplands, woodlands, and grasslands. The habitat of Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge also provides protection for endangered and threatened species such as the bald eagle, wood stork, American alligator and the occasional peregrine falcon.
The refuge provides year-round bank fishing or fishing by boat in waters within the refuge boundaries.
Fish: Bass, bream, channel catfish, crappie and others
Fee: No special fees, Georgia fishing license required , some creel limits
Dates of Operation: Year round, daylight hours only
Directions: On GA Hwy 39 north of Georgetown (follow signs) on Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge
Restrictions: Open to foot travel or bicycle only, or boat access from Walter F. George Reservoir, no electric or gasoline motors allowed, swimming camping, fires and firearms not allowed
Note: The lake is open from sunrise to sunset March 1 through October 31 seven days a week. Bass, catfish, bream, crappie, and other fish species can be caught. The area is open to foot travel only, though anglers can travel by bost from Walter F. George Reservoir to the Bradley Impoundment and launch their boat in the Impoundment. No electric or gasoline motors can be used on boats in the Impoundment. Swimming, camping, fires or firearms are not allowed.