Fishing At Lake Harding
AKA: Bartlett's Ferry Lake
Fishing for largemouth bass, spotted bass, shoal bass, channel catfish, black crappie, white crappie, bluegill, longear sunfish, redear sunfish, white bass, yellow perch, striped bass and hybrid striped bass at Bartlett's Ferry Lake in Georgia.
Stretching along more than 25 miles of the AL/GA border, Lake Harding, AKA Bartlett’s Ferry Reservoir is a great place for boating and fishing. Covering 5,800 surface acres, the reservoir is located just west of Blanton Creek Park, GA. There is more than 150 miles of shoreline, much of which is dotted with brush and boat docks, both are favorite hangouts for fish and baitfish. Several boat launch ramps are available in both states for launching all types of boats. Kayaks, canoes and other small craft can be launched from areas with access for shoreline fishing. Bass, striped bass, hybrid strips, perch, catfish, crappie, white bass and sunfish reside here awaiting anglers. In Spring and Fall most fish move shallow, then deeper in summer and winter. Schooling fish like stripers and white bass will roam, following schools of baitfish. It is not unusual to see them rise to the surface in warm water then go very deep in colder months. Campgrounds are available in both GA and AL. The Overbored At Lake Harding Marina offers many boating, fishing and camping supplies and services.
Primary fish species residing in Lake Harding
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Bartlett's Ferry Lake Amenities
Boat Rental: YES
Boat Launch Ramp: YES
RV Hookups: YES
Convenience Store: YES
Bait & Tackle: NO
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Campgrounds & RV Parks Nearby
Blanton Creek Park Campground - 706 643-7737
Lake Harding GA Map - Fishing & Camping Areas
Overbored At Lake Harding Marina
45 Bonnie Dr
Fortson, GA 31808
Fishing lakes in each state.
Bartlett's Ferry Lake in Georgia.
Information about fishing lakes in Georgia
Lake Harding is home to bass, striped bass, hybrid strips, perch, catfish, crappie, white bass and sunfish in west-central GA.