Tribble Mill Lakes


Grayson, GA
United States United States
33.9073, -83.9122
109 and 40 Acres

Two lakes, 40 acres and 109 acres

Fish: Bass, bream, channel catfish and crappie

Facilities: Picnic tables, portable restrooms, small playground, mulched trails, docks

Fee: No special fees

Dates of Operation: All year, from 7 am until sunset

Directions: On Chandler Road 3 miles east of Grayson@ 2425 New Hope Road

County: Gwinnett

Restrictions: Boats may use electric motors only, no trailering in of boats allowed

Note: The lake is open Thursday through Sunday, sunrise to sunset. Channel catfish, largemouth bass, bluegill, redear sunfish, and crappie can be caught. Boats are restricted to electric motors only. Special creel and size limits apply: bream (no length limit, creel limit 25), bass (12 inch size limit, creel limit 5), and catfish (8 inch size limit, creel limit 5).

Tribble Mill Park:This 700 acre park has a 108-acre recreation lake and a 40-acre fishing lake, 3 pavilions, 3.4 miles of paved multi-purpose trails, additional mulched trails for horseback riding and mountain biking, handicap-accessible playground. Hours are from sunrise to sunset.

Spot Access:
Boat Ramp, Parking (car/truck), Picnic Area, Swimming Area, Pier, Disabled access, State picnic area, Electric motors only, Playground, Restrooms, Floating
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Fishing Reports

over 4 years ago (10/08/2012)

Tribble Mill Lakes Fishing Report 10.08.12

 Fished Tribble Mill on sunday(10/7/12) and caught one bass 1 1/2lbs on a black worm. Came back on monday(10/8/12) and caught a 5 1/2lbs bass on a black and red 7in berkley powerbait worm. Both of the fish were caught in the middle of the lake in front of the pier by the pavillion....
Cliff Crosby
almost 6 years ago (07/02/2011)

Tribble Mill Lakes Fishing Report 07.02.11

Use to be the best lake in Gwinnett County Parks to fish from the bank. The Parks Department has sit around and let the lake become over run with aquatic weeds and lilly pads. Seems as no effort has been made to get rid of lilly pads. I was told some grass carp had been released in the lake. If they eat all the aquatic weeds they will become whales. Do not waste your time if you have no boat....



Bass, Largemouth (Micropterus salmoides)


Bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus)


Crappie, Black (Pomoxis nigromaculatus)


Sunfish, Redear (Lepomis microlophus)




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