Terrell County (GA) Fishing Reports, Times, Licenses, and Shops

Fish Species Found in Terrell County Area

Largemouth Bass,  Catfish,  Smallmouth Bass,  Striped Bass,  Walleye,  Bream/Bluegill,  Crappie,  Rainbow Trout,  

Bodies of Water in Terrell County Area

3 Lakes

34 Rivers and Streams

23 Reservoirs

21 other

Terrell County Fishing Reports

  "There are many fish throughout this lake such as largemouth, smallmouth,..." Albany Lake

Terrell County (GA) Fishing Spots

Belmar Lake 4.4 miles
Belmar Lake Dam 4.4 miles
Bentley Lake 7.8 miles
Bolton Lake 5.7 miles
Bolton Lake Dam 5.7 miles
Boyd Lake 3.5 miles
Boyd Lake Dam 3.5 miles
Brantley Creek 5.5 miles
Bynum Lake 7.3 miles
Bynum Lake Dam 7.3 miles
Chamblis Lake 4.9 miles
Chenube Creek 7.8 miles
Herod Creek 6.7 miles
Kennedy Lake 5 miles
Laing Lake 5.8 miles
Laing Lake Dam 5.8 miles
Long Pond 7.2 miles
McGills Pond 8.1 miles
Pine Head Creek 8.5 miles
Prescott Lake 7.7 miles
Rice Lake 8.7 miles
Rice Lake Dam 8.7 miles
Rice Lake North 7.7 miles
Smith Lake 6.4 miles
Smith Lake Dam 6.4 miles
Smiths Pond 5.2 miles
Spear Lake 8.5 miles
Spear Lake Dam 8.5 miles
Stephans Pond 2.7 miles
Stephens Pond 2.7 miles
Turkey Creek 7.9 miles
Walk-Ikey Creek 4.5 miles
Wall Lake 5.4 miles
Wall Lake Dam 5.4 miles
Wolf Creek 5.6 miles
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Georgia Fishing Licenses

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About Terrell County (GA) Fishing

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