Midway between Atlanta and Augusta, you'll find some of the state's best fishing. From bass, bluegill and catfish, to perch, crappie and sunfish, you can find them all at Lake Oconee and Lake Sinclair. The lakes are both relaxing and rejuvenating ... great places to fish, have fun or simply wind down.
Fishing is regulated by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and requires a fishing license or permit. Licenses can be purchased locally at sporting goods stores, convenience stores and marinas, or by visiting the Department of Natural Resources website.
Below are some of the most common fish species found in lakes Oconee and Sinclair:
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