Stone Mountain Lake

DeKalb - Georgia

  • 9 catches


  • 9 spots

The lake is located in Stone Mountain Park. Fishing is permitted between 6 A.M. and midnight with a valid Georgia fishing license.

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Stone Mountain Lake Fishing Reports

Recently shared catches and fishing spots

  1. This little guy nabbed a popping bug over the dam. Beautiful Fish!

    5 in. Redbreast Sunfish with a Betts Popping Bug

  2. Largemouth Bass with a Zoom Dead Ringer Finesse Worm

    1. Rhett J 0
      Nice catch. I haven't been to Stone Mountain to fish in 25 years. That's a hunker
  3. Details: dropoff near old covered bridge

  4. Largemouth Bass

    1. Vic Murk 0
      nice catch!
    2. Lydell King 0
      Good looking fish my man. New to Georgia and I am going to get me a year pass to Stone Mountain Lake Park. Looks like some real good fishing there.
    3. Tonya Bethune 0
      lol damn rack em up. nice fish!
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  5. Bass

    15 lb. 3 oz. 26 in. Largemouth Bass with a red warms

    1. Steven Prince 0
      I know a 15 lb. Bass when I see one and Jaz, that's no 15 lb. Bass!
  6. Bream

    5 lb. 6 in. Bream with a red warms

  7. pulled two out of fallen tree both spit the hook as I was reaching for there lip to unhook.

    1 lb. 9 oz. 13 in. Largemouth Bass

    1. Raymond Barton 0
      What a good spot at Stone mtn bro don’t have a boat tho
  8. Top of the water and struck on third crank.

    2 lb. 3 oz. 15 in. Largemouth Bass with a Cotton Cordell ripple chrome and blue back

  9. Details: Barracuda

    Man he was a fighter

  10. Details: Largemouth Bass with a Smithwick Suspending Rattling Rogue Foxy Momma

    Took the yaks out to Stone Mountain Lake today. Didn't have any electronics, so I was bank beating around laydowns and submerged timber. My first jerkbait bass! ...more Fun day on the water with @james5nds

    1. j_reyes 0
      completely typed that wrong. that explains why you have a go pro . I just never liked cameras
    2. j_reyes 0
      lol that exo lains it . o just never liked cameras
    3. Christian Holyoak 0
    4. Christian Holyoak 0
      Ok. I love to film most of my fishing trips. It's especially nice for getting big ones on film. Unfortunately, it doesn't have the best battery life, causing ...more it to die before a 7 and an 8 in one day!
    5. j_reyes 0
      I'm just not that much into cameras . The only camera I have is a kodak
    6. Christian Holyoak 0
      Why not @j_reyes ? For me it was between used GoPro HD Hero 1 or new Contour ROAM. I picked the GoPro because mainly the colors are much more vivid. I am extremely ...more happy with my choice
    7. Christian Holyoak 0
    8. j_reyes 0
      I like go pro but I really wouldn't buy one
    9. Christian Holyoak 0
      She definitely put up quite a fight! Bonus of the GoPro I guess lol @j_reyes
    10. j_reyes 0
      lol it was huge put up a fight . Good thing is that if you would of lost it you had proof
    11. Christian Holyoak 0
      @j_reyes I beleive the term is "going Ike" lol. I've gotten a lot lot lot better!
    12. j_reyes 0
      just saw that ten pound beast lol had you screaming
    13. Christian Holyoak 0
      Thank a ton @matt , that means a lot!
    14. Matt Dobson 0
      No problem man. Good blerts you're sharing!
    15. Christian Holyoak 0
      @matt Sweet! You got that changed fast! And thanks @seaturtles !
    16. Sean Wilms 0
      nice congrats on the first
    17. Christian Holyoak 0
      Thanks a lot @matt
    18. Matt Dobson 0
      Sure man. Will take care if it!
    19. Christian Holyoak 0
      @matt Thanks! @matt or @MulletHead Can y'all add Stone Mountain Lake?
    20. Matt Dobson 0
      Nice catch and great blert!
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