Largemouth Bass are the primary focus on the lake but substantial populations of smallmouth, sauger and catfish are found. This 76-mile long lake is one of Alabama's premier fishing destinations. 67,9...
Despite the loss of weeds on the lake, the largemouth remain the biggest draw. Crappie are abundant and there are good numbers of Channel Catfish, sauger and Bluegill. 34,500 acres
Well-known for its excellent striper and black bass, accounting for over 80% of angler interest. Plenty of trophies out there. Nice Crappie available. 10,700 acres
This 3,220-acre reservoir is Georgia's deepest, with steep bluff banks and an undeveloped shoreline. Fish attractors are being placed annually at various locations within Carters Lake.