Lake Burton

Rabun - Georgia

  • 24 catches


  • 9 spots

This lake holds an impressive quality spotted bass fishery, and is home to the state record spotted bass (8 lbs, 2 oz). Lake Burton supports Georgia's only large reservoir trout fishery.

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Lake Burton Fishing Reports

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  1. First bass competition ever and won first place with a total of 17.5 pounds and won biggest fish with a 7.5 pound large mouth 🙌🙌🙌

    Largemouth Bass with a Green pumpkin sinko

  2. 7 lb. 2 oz. 23 in. Brown Trout

    1. Ricky Jackson 0
    2. Nick Steinhaus 0
      Nice brown! what were you using?
    3. Debbie Ferguson 0
      Beautiful Brown!
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  3. Caught off secondary point while trolling

    Brown Trout with a Lucky Craft deep diver

    1. matthew janofsky 0
      I think you are right. it is a Brown Trout!
    2. Robert Coleman 0
      Never caught a lake trout before, but that looks like a nice brown!?????
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  4. Details: Behind Burton Island

    Not far offshore about 30 feet of water.

  5. 6lb Walleye while trolling

    6 lb. Walleye with a Crank bait

    1. Joe Puhl 0
      has anyone tried weight forward spinner like erie dearie with crawlers.i have been trying to get my boat up there for awhile. good fishing
    2. John c 0
      never caught one that big but I hope to some day.. good job
    3. Michael Dougherty 0
      Very Nice, I can only catch them on live bluebacks. I am encouraged to see one on artificial.
    4. John c 0
      nice one
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  6. Spotted Bass with a shaky head worm

  7. Details: Murray Cove Ramp

    Public Boat Ramp

  8. I would like to know the water temp on Burton. can someone direct to a site to follow the water conditions?

  9. New shiner colored huddleston hoping to get some lunkers

    Largemouth Bass

    1. eastonsutley 0
      Any luck on it I got the bass color 6" thanks for the follow btw!
    2. Sam_Glasgow 0
      Bought some yesterday
    3. DC_del_Castillo 0
    4. Brendan Murphy 0
      sorry about that too.
    5. Chuck LaBruna 0
      Anyway, I apologize that you took my comment wrong, was really just playin with ya. No harm done, all good.
    6. Chuck LaBruna 0
      Well that's all you had to say, bud. I was just kidding around because it looked odd. Figured I'd get a response of "LOL, no (this is what happened)". ...more No need to get all defensive right off the bat.
    7. Brendan Murphy 0
      no my friend said something and then he deleted the comment
    8. Chuck LaBruna 0
      Geez, relax ya frickin pinhead. Was just teasin ya because the only comment here was something about "I don't know you" to absolutley NOBODY. And you ...more think I'M on meth? At least I don't talk to myself
    9. Brendan Murphy 0
      umm are you on meth because you are dumb as shit @wyldechylde77
    10. Chuck LaBruna 0
      Ummm...😐O...k. I'm sure you're quite the man with the ladies, too?
    11. Brendan Murphy 0
      I don't know you
    12. Peyton Dalatri 0
      You gave it to me haha
    13. Peyton Dalatri 0
      Thats mine now haha
    14. Peyton Dalatri 0
      Thats mine haga
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  10. 2-lb spott in summer penn combo

    Spotted Bass with a live herring

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