What town is Lake Nottely in?
Those that are familiar with the area know that Lake Nottely in the town of Blairsville, Ga. is a small town lake with some of the best fishing in the state.
How big is Lake Nottely in Georgia?
Lake Nottely is a deep, clear mountain lake of 4,180 acres that offers good fishing for a variety of species, but Nottely is probably best known for its trophy striped bass. Nottely is one of many reservoirs built by the Tennessee Valley Authority. It is located entirely in Union County.
Why do they drain Lake Nottely?
Nottely Reservoir serves a number of purposes other than recreation, including flood damage reduction and power generation.
What kind of fish are in Lake Nottely?
Allatoona Dam is a concrete gravity dam on the Etowah River, authorized by the Flood Control Acts of 1941 and 1944. Delayed due to World War II, construction on the dam began in 1946. The reservoir began to fill in during December 1949 and the dam and power station were in operation in January 1950.
Where is Lake Chatuge GA?
Lake Chatuge consists of 3,500-acres in Towns County Georgia and 3,700-acres in Clay County North Carolina. Where Lake Chatuge rests today was once a magnificent hidden valley dotted with homes, churches and family farms often located along or near the banks of the Hiwassee River.
Where can I fish on Lake Nottely?
The highest catch rates for largemouth bass occurred from the Canal Lake Boat Ramp north to Coldwell Cove, but fishing upstream towards Nottely River will also be productive. The rocky face along Nottely Dam is a good secondary alternative if fishing the lower reservoir.
Where can you find walleye in Georgia?
These include lakes Seed, Rabun, Tugalo, Yonah and Hartwell in the Savannah River drainage, lakes Chatuge and Blue Ridge in the Tennessee Valley plus Lake Lanier, Carters Lake, and two lakes in the Rocky Mountain Public Fishing Area.
What fish are in Carters Lake Ga?
Fishing for largemouth bass, spotted bass, flathead catfish, blue catfish, black crappie, white crappie, walleye, rainbow trout, bluegill, green sunfish, redbreast sunfish, redear sunfish, rock bass, spotted sunfish, warmouth and striped bass at Carters Lake in Georgia.