Lake Blue Ridge Fishing

Guided fishing trip on Lake Blue Ridge

Guided fishing trips on Lake Blue Ridge are a lot of fun. Lake Blue Ridge is 3,300 acres and has 60 miles of shoreline, it’s one of the last lakes in the state of Georgia to have Smallmouth Bass. Although the majority of fish caught on trips will be Spotted Bass, It’s not uncommon to catch a 2 1/2 to 4lb Smallmouth. The Spotted Bass got introduced illegally in the early 90’s, and has now become the thriving population. This reason being is that the two species cross spawn, and the Spotted Bass is the more dominant species. Lake Blue Ridge also contains Largemouth Bass, White Bass and Walleye. All of our mountain lakes are deep clear lakes and fish different from your shallow lakes and ponds. The best way to fish these lakes is down size your line to 6 and 8 pound fluorocarbon, and target step rocky banks, lay downs and long points. The best techniques to use are dropshot, shaky head, jigs, tubes and crankbaits. Book a Fishing Trip on Lake Blue Ridge


Guided fishing trips on Lake Blue Ridge

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