Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake)

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Location:
Lincolnton, GA
United States United States
Coordinates:
33.80579, -82.36052
Distance:
71,100 Acres
Description:

Thurmond Lake is one of the southeast's largest and most popular public recreation lakes. Built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers between 1946 and 1954 as part of a flood control, hydropower, and navigation project, authorized purposes now include recreation, water quality, water supply, and fish and wildlife management. Each year, millions off people utilize the many public parks, marinas, and campgrounds conveniently located around the lake to pursue a variety of outdoor recreational experiences -making Thurmond one of the 10 most visited Corps lakes in the nation.

Thurmond Lake is a man-made lake bordering Georgia and South Carolina on the Savannah, Broad, and Little Rivers. The lake is created by Thurmond Dam located on the Savannah River twenty-two miles above Augusta Georgia and 239.5 miles above the mouth of the Savannah River. The lake extends 39.4 miles up the Savannah River, 29 miles up the Little River, and 6.5 miles up the Broad River in Georgia, and 17 Miles up the Little River in South Carolina, at normal pool elevation of 330 mean sea level, Thurmond Lake comprises nearly 71,100 acres of water with a shoreline of 1,200 miles. The entire Thurmond “Project” contains 151,000 acres of land and water.
Thurmond Dam is a concrete-gravity structure flanked on both sides by embankments of compacted earth some 5,680 feet (over 1 mile), crossing the Savannah River. The concrete section is 2,282 feet long and rises 200' above the riverbed at its highest point. Highway 221 crosses over the top of the dam connecting Georgia and South Carolina. The spillway contains 23 large gates, each 40 feet wide by 35 feet high, for the quick release of water from the lake.
Primary Species: Largemouth and hybrid striped bass.

Aquatic vegetation:

Hydrilla and elodea.

Cover/Structure:

Wooded points, coves, and small islands throughout the length of the lake, inlets, channels.

Spot Access:
Boat Ramp, Parking (car/truck), Parking (boat/trailer), Picnic Area, Power Boats Allowed, Swimming Area, Pier, Disabled access, Shore fishing access, Playground, Restrooms, Beach, Fly Fishing, Wading
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Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 06.13.13

CLARKS HILL IS FULL, 81 DEGREES & CLEAR   Bass fishing is fair but will slow down on the hot, sunny days. Use all the tricks like the 1/4 ounce Strike King Mini jigs, theTexas rigged Trick worm in June bug and the Fat Free Shad Citrus Shad crank baits and work the isolated structure, especially wood with this bait. The Zoom Trick worms are producing on a light rig with a small split shot and the Invisible swivels from AquaTec. Slow cranking a #10 Husky Jerk bait and th...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 06.06.13

CLARKS HILL IS FULL, 76 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is fair and the bass are scattered all over the lake. The majority of the fish caught are isolated and holding tight to cover. Grass mats are still growing off the bottom and the water temperatures are warming really fast. Try fishing in tight to the points and secondary points early and move back as the sun comes up. Before sunrise, look for rising bass and shad or herring. Slow cranking a number 10 or 12 Husky Jerk...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 05.30.13

CLARKS HILL IS FULL, 76 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is fair. The water has a little stain showing up from time to time up in the creeks due to the scattered showers and boat traffic. The grass mats are up so use the flukes. The larger bass will come out of the deeper water in the stumps. Spend some time with the Lowrance LSS2 Touch 9 machines and do some research and hunting o locate the numerous stump patches that are located all over the lake. Don't be afraid to...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 05.23.13

  CLARKS HILL IS DOWN .7 FEET, 73 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is fair but the bite is a struggle. Use baits like the McStick in the shad pattern and #13 silver Rapala’s all day. The grass mats are just on the surface and growing. Bass are in some of the mats and fishing the edges with the Scatter Shad Rap and plastic lizards can work. The majority of the bass seem to be relating to water in the 5 to 8 foot range. On the crank bait, add some Storm Suspend...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 05.17.13

  CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 2.1 FEET, 68 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is very good. The bass are chasing schooling bait fish and the top water bite is really good. Bass will be heavy on the beds by the end of next week and others are hanging around the grassy areas. The weather is expected to continue to improve and get a little warmer as the week goes on. Fish the white spinnerbaits and the soft and hard jerk baits. Zoom pearl Super Flukes are working but take some...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 05.10.13

  CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 4.4 FEET, 68 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is good. The lake has plenty of water and bass are shallow lake wide. The pattern of fishing will change all during the day and everything from top water baits like Chug bugs and Skitter Walks to suspending baits like the Husky Jerks are catching bass. Grass lines are still producing quality bass using the Husky Jerks and plastic worms rigged with no weight. The early morning bite is...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 05.02.13

  CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 5.7 FEET 67 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is very good and the fish have moved to the beds. The main lake bass are after large schools of herring. The blue backs are shallow and are in full force in their spawn. Watching the birds will aide you in finding some of these schools of bait fish. Keep the Alabama rig ready as this will resemble the shad and herring schools the bass are targeting. Wind blown points are good producers alo...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 04.25.13

  CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 6.2 FEET, 67 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is good. Anglers are using a variety of baits and all seem to be catching good fish. Pop R and the Rico are working on the days with clouds and a slight wind. Using 3/8 and 1/2 ounce spinners on the points will catch you a big bass or two on some days. Many of the good size bass are now on the flats either on or around the bedding areas. Use X-Raps in olive green. These are great baits to use on th...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 04.19.13

  CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 6.2 FEET, 63 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is very good. Below the Highway 47 Bridge the water clears up, but gets very dirty north up in the Little River. The majority of the bass are still coming off the main lake and secondary points and especially around the Keg Creek area. The blue backs are spawning and the bass eat them all day. Top water baits, Flukes, jerk baits and crank baits are all catching bass this week. Skitter Props, X Raps...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 04.12.13

  CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 6.4 FEET, 63 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is good and a portion of the bass will spawn in a few days. The males are shallow and the females waiting to go on bed. Use the Husky Jerks along with the spinnerbaits. Some nice bass are still hanging out on the edges of the grass beds and are taking jerk baits. The herring are on the move and the bass are feeding heavy on them. The secret on throwing the jerk baits is to keep them movin...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 04.05.13

  CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 6.8 FEET, 55 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is good and rain has stained the creeks and especially the Little River area. Fish the rocky points with the Carolina rigged six inch lizards in pumpkinseed and a variety of green colors. Fish with the #5 Glass Shad Raps and Rapala hot mustard DT6. Fish cuts near any of the ramps with the crank baits. Then use the Carolina rig in five to seven feet of water off the main lake poi...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 03.29.13

CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 7.3 FEET, 55 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is good and the fish are active and the weather will warm fast. Areas from down near the dam and up to the Little River area are producing bass. There may be some fish shallow but these will all be small males. The Fish Head spin with the small trailer will work in the shallow ditches in the coves. Husky Jerks along with DT6's, Shad Raps and spinner baits will work in the smaller coves and feede...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 03.21.13

  CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 9.3 FEET, 52 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is fair. Down the lake find the warmer water and fish the docks where the front of the docks will be in 8 to 10 foot of water. Use a 3/8 ounce Strike King Spinnerbait with double willow leaf in the chartreuse shad color. Be sure to fish the bait right next to the docks and let the bait hit the corners of the docks. Fish with this bait using 12 pound test Berkley Trilene line. Th...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 03.14.13

  CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 8.9 FEET, 52 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is fair and it about to break loose any day. All we need is a few more warm days and then a full moon. Fish the southern part of the lake in the cleaner water. The #7 and #8 Shad raps in the crawdad and the perch patters are a good bet. The Rapala DT6 and the crawdad in the hot mustard color will also work. Have a Fish Head Spin ready with the smaller heads and a small Zoom Fluke trailer and drag t...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 03.08.13

  CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 8.8 FEET, 52 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is good as the water temperatures rise. Bass are on the move and the early pre spawn bass are getting first choice on that perfect spawning place. The female bass that are being caught are now showing signs of egg swollen bellies. Most of the bass are showing up on your depth finders suspended in ten to fifteen feet of water. These suspended bass are roaming in and out of the shallows and...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 02.21.13

  CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 11.3 FEET, 52 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is fair as the fish are moving close to the wood, docks and points. When the weather and the rains settle into early spring patterns the bas will be roaming the banks later in the day. Theses bass are pre staging on the points and docks and they are biting well especially mid day. As the day starts, go to the 3/8 ounce Stanley jig and use the old Uncle Josh #11 traile...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 02.15.13

  CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 11.6 FEET, 52 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing was a little slow last week with numerous cold fronts moving through the area. Small schools of bait fish can be found throughout the lake and especially on the warmer and sunny days. The afternoon bite has been the best as the water tends to warm up a degree or two by that time of the day. The river bass are still hitting crank baits, worms and jigs. Feeding times are a lot shorter recently and t...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 01.24.13

January 24, 2013   CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 12.89 FEET, 53 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is fair. Stay on the northern side and don't go into and to the back of the creek. The only thing that is biting in the coves and creeks are small bass and Jack. The larger bass are still hanging out on the main lake and on the points and especially the ones that still have some grass on them. Small cuts and short stretches of bank between two points are also producing so...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 01.11.13

January 11, 2013   CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 13.87 FEET, 54 DEGREES & STAINED  Bass fishing is fair. Crank baits will get a relatively shallow bite when working rock and warm pockets. Also work points, humps, and bluff banks on the main river channel or appropriately deep water. Locations with deep rock or wood will be more likely to hold concentrations of fish. The key to finding deep active fish is to find a group holding together or stay with the bait. Sun on rocks, w...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 01.04.13

January 4, 2013   CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 14.44 FEET, 55 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is fair and the best bites are mid lake to the dam. Fish the north eastern sides of the creeks and avoid the backs of the creeks as this water is stained to muddy. The bass are hanging out on the main lake and on the points and especially the ones that still have some grass on them. Small cuts and short stretches of bank between two points are also producing some good bass. Fo...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 12.28.12

December 28, 2012   CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 15.13 FEET, 56 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is slow. The Savannah River is still the place to be fishing. Be aware that the lake water levels are very low. Crank baits and jigs are still the best baits to use. Fish the hot mustard colored DT10 or Bandit 300. A 1/4 to 1/2 ounce jig with a split tail trailer around the smaller rocks and structure will get you some quality bass. On the windy days, fish with the wind and...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 12.21.12

December 21, 2012 CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 15.33 FEET, 59 DEGREES & STAINED Bass fishing slowed down this week. Rain is here and we need a lot more. Expect the cold weather to spark a shad die off. The bass will be coming up to feed on these shad. Fish the channel ledges with deeper diving crank baits like the RS7 Shad Raps and the DT10. Shad and silver colors will work the best this week. Making long casts and keeping the bait in the strike zone longer will be the key. Use a slow, b...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 12.14.12

December 14, 2012 CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 15.33 FEET, 59 DEGREES & STAINED Bass fishing is fair. As the lake continues to drop be sure you pay close attention to the mapping technology on the Lowrance and also consider the Navionics products. Use a small crank bait around the shoreline where you can find some rocks and a # 5 Shad Rap or a ¼ ounce Rat L Trap fished on ten pound test line with a medium action rod will work best. Cover a lot of bank structure and try to get into...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 12.07.12

December 7, 2012   CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 15.3 FEET, 59 DEGREES & STAINED   Bass fishing is fair. The fish are on creek bends and long point’s lake wide. With the recent warm weather, look for the crank bait and spinner baits cast on the bank cover and slowly worked to get strikes. Watch the water temperatures all day and find the warmest water for active fish. Mid day spinner baits down lake in the creeks may work but drag the baits slowly over the structur...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 11.30.12

November 30, 2012 CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 14.5 FEET, 59 DEGREES & STAINED Bass fishing is good and the cold front that came through last week did not have a long term effect on the bass. On the cloudy days you will need to break out the Shad Raps and Husky Jerk baits and get to work. The bass are still in the pockets and coves and they move back to the shallow water chasing food on and off all during the day. When they move back to the deeper water you can still catch them on crank...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 11.08.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”     By Ken Sturdivant   106 Hickory Ridge   770 889 2654   Cumming, Georgia 30040   www.havefunfishing.com   CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 9.6 FEET, 65 DEGREES WITH MOSTLY CLEAR         Bass fishing is good and the bass are shallow. Use a buzz bait early along with the Zara Spook Jr. Hit the humps at the mouths of the creeks. Then head to the creeks behind the shad schools. When the...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 10.13.11

   CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 8.41 FEET, 74 DEGREES WITH MOSTLY CLEAR       Bass fishing is good and the backs of the creeks both up and down lake can hold a schools feeding on small bait schools. Start out the day with the jig and eel in all black and add some extra Berkley bass scent. Work any deeper docks or grass lines with the half way back in the creeks and hit points closest to the creek channel. Later in the day small crank baits with blue and shad colors...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 10.07.11

  CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 7.3 FEET, 74 DEGREES WITH MOSTLY CLEAR       Bass fishing is good and the fish are feeding. Pop R’s and Ito Vision 110 hard baits are good as well as the soft lures. So set up a variety of sizes and colors of Shad Raps, a Manns shallow crank bait and try the light lines this week line the ten pound test Sufix Elite line. Fish the islands, points and the edges of the drop offs. Up in the rivers and creeks where the water will show you a li...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 09.28.11

        CLARK HILL IS DOWN 8.4 FEET, STAINED & 77 DEGREES       Bass fishing is fair but the lake is still dropping. If by some chance the water get a little stained due to a sudden rain shower, go to the bleeding Tennessee shad and the natural perch colors. Work the first part of the retrieve just like you would a jerk bait and crank it like you would a Shad Rap on the second half. Also try this, just jerk bait the first half of the re...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 09.21.11

    CLARK HILL IS DOWN 7.1 FEET, STAINED & 78 DEGREES       Bass fishing is good Largemouth and the spots are staging up and going into their fall feeding frenzy real soon. Look for the ass to relate heavily to shad schools all day. Most of the fish you will see on the Lowrance will be suspending and they are just looking for an excuse to go on a feeding tear. A great bait to use while fishing the points and surrounding areas for these suspending bas...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 08.26.11

“The Southern Fishing Report “   By Ken Sturdivant 106 Hickory Ridge 770 889 2654 Cumming, Georgia 30040 www.havefunfishing.com   CLARK HILL IS DOWN 6.6 FEET, STAINED & 88 DEGREES         Bass fishing has been slow all week and the area needs some rain. Up the river, use the Shad Raps in #5 and #7 in the silver and black back and perch colors. Rip rap rocks around the bridges with shad colored lures is fair. Cast parallel to the roc...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 04.25.11

The Southern Fishing Report   By Ken Sturdivant 106 Hickory Ridge 770 889 2654 Cumming, Georgia 30040 www.havefunfishing.com     April 22, 2011   CLARK HILL IS DOWN 3.5 FEET, STAINED & 73 DEGREES         Bass fishing is good. The fish are now being caught all over the lake and even way up in the rivers. The one common factor they all have is it seems to be that finding the grass, which isn't hard, is the key to catchin...
Have Fun Fishing Ken Sturdivant
over 3 years ago (04/12/2011)

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 04.12.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”     By Ken Sturdivant   106 Hickory Ridge   770 889 2654   Cumming, Georgia 30040   www.havefunfishing.com         April 8, 2011         CLARK HILL IS DOWN 3.1 FEET, STAINED & 61 DEGREES       Bas fishing is good and the fish will be on the beds in ten days. Anglers will be fishing bedding bass. Bass can still be cau...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 04.05.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”     By Ken Sturdivant   106 Hickory Ridge   770 889 2654   Cumming, Georgia 30040   www.havefunfishing.com      April 1, 2011         CLARK HILL IS DOWN 2.3 FEET, STAINED & 59 DEGREES       Clarks Hill large mouth bass fishing is good and a good number of the bigger bass can be caught right now. Start out early with a small top water...
Have Fun Fishing Ken Sturdivant
over 3 years ago (03/29/2011)

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 03.29.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”     By Ken Sturdivant   106 Hickory Ridge   770 889 2654   Cumming, Georgia 30040   www.havefunfishing.com      March 25, 2011         CLARK HILL IS DOWN 3.1 FEET, STAINED & 59 DEGREES       Bass fishing is fair and the plastic worms and Zoom Super Fluke in the backs of pockets will work. Small shad crank baits like the Bandit 200...
Have Fun Fishing Ken Sturdivant
almost 4 years ago (03/22/2011)

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 03.22.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”   By Ken Sturdivant 106 Hickory Ridge 770 889 2654 Cumming, Georgia 30040 www.havefunfishing.com   March 18, 2011     CLARK HILL IS DOWN 3.1 FEET, STAINED & 58 DEGREES         Bass fishing is fair and the fish are ready to start to the shallows. Spend the day with the spinner baits, crankbaits, jerk baits and jigs. Next week the big female bass will head to the shallows looking for an ar...
Have Fun Fishing Ken Sturdivant
almost 4 years ago (03/16/2011)

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 03.16.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”   By Ken Sturdivant 106 Hickory Ridge 770 889 2654 Cumming, Georgia 30040 www.havefunfishing.com   March 11, 2011         CLARK HILL IS DOWN 4.9 FEET, STAINED & 56 DEGREES       Bass fishing is fair and the weather stabilizing will really help the action daily. The lake is full to all accounts and may be up a little with all the rain Georgia has experienced over the last couple of...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 03.08.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”     By Ken Sturdivant   106 Hickory Ridge   770 889 2654   Cumming, Georgia 30040   www.havefunfishing.com       CLARK HILL IS DOWN 5.2 FEET, STAINED & 54 DEGREES         Bass fishing is fair and some fish are into a pre spawn pattern. Most bass are being found in ditches or flats with jerk baits and crankbaits in 15 feet of water or less. On the wa...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 03.01.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”     By Ken Sturdivant   106 Hickory Ridge   770 889 2654   Cumming, Georgia 30040   www.havefunfishing.com      CLARK HILL IS DOWN 5.2 FEET, STAINED & 54 DEGREES         Bass are tight on creek bends down lake as well as main lake points. The fish are slow and all presentations will need to be the same. Use the Zoom gourd green worm on a Texas rig in the ti...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 02.23.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”     By Ken Sturdivant   106 Hickory Ridge   770 889 2654   Cumming, Georgia 30040   www.havefunfishing.com   CLARK HILL IS DOWN 4.9 FEET, STAINED & 51 DEGREES         Bass fishing is fair and the rising water temperatures have the black bass moving. The water temperatures are still in the mid to low 50’s. Work a pearl Zoom Super Fluke also and try the original size an...
Have Fun Fishing Ken Sturdivant
almost 4 years ago (02/15/2011)

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 02.15.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”     By Ken Sturdivant   106 Hickory Ridge   770 889 2654   Cumming, Georgia 30040   www.havefunfishing.com       February 11, 2011   CLARK HILL IS DOWN 5.3 FEET, STAINED & 45 DEGREES         Bass are slow and it going to take the jigs, spoons and worms to entice any strike. The lower lake creeks are slow and the lake came up a foot this week. Try...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 02.07.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”    By Ken Sturdivant  106 Hickory Ridge  770 889 2654  Cumming, Georgia 30040  www.havefunfishing.com   February 4, 2011         CLARK HILL IS DOWN 6.7 FEET, STAINED & 45 DEGREES       Bass fishing is slow. Get out the small crank baits and the #5 shad colored Shad Rap and a few Storm Suspend strips and work the shallows after mid day. The Fat Free small...

Clark Hill Lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) Fishing Report 02.03.11

Bass fishing is still slow and this is a shallow lake that can turn around in less than a week. Bass are on the main lake points where they will stay until mid morning. Then the bass will move out to look for some small forage. So keep your baits small like finesse worms and small crank baits. For the ledges and deeper water, use the number 7 and the number 5 is the one to use for throwing shallow. Carolina rigs can work and use a small finesse worms in sand and icicle in the deeper water up t...

Fish

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Bass, Hybrid Striped (Morone saxatilis x Morone chrysops)

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Bass, Largemouth (Micropterus salmoides)

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Bass, Striped (Morone saxatilis)

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Crappie, Black (Pomoxis nigromaculatus)

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Ace Striper Guide

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Big Fish Heads Guide Service

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Buckhead, GA, United States United States
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Have Fun Fishing

Fishing Lake Lanier Now spend a full or half day with one of the south’s most experienced and skilled anglers, Ken Sturdivant. Ken has been fishing Lake Lanier since the lake was built in 1956 and...
Cumming, GA, United States United States

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