A section of the Alapaha River in Irwin County, Georgia.
Noted for its excellent Largemouth Bass population, as well as an outstanding hybrid striped bass fishery. 45,180 acres
This reservoir forms at the junction of the Flint and Chattahoochee Rivers in the southwestern corner of Georgia. #40 on Bassmaster's top 100 bass lakes in the US.
The Bibb County Recreation Department maintains a large area for bank fishing access on the upper end of the lake called the fingers. Tobesofkee also is a nice place to take the family for the day.
Located just north of Tallahassee, this 4,000-acre lake has been nationally known for its largemouth bass fishery. The best bass fishing time of year is the spring through early summer (February thro...