Still Water Kayak Fishing in Georgia
Georgia is home to over 500,000 surface acres of reservoirs and a wide variety of game fish species. Throughout most of Georgia spotted and largemouth bass, along with striped bass and catfish become the lake-angler’s main focus. Lakes across extreme north Georgia are the best place to target walleye, lake trout, pickerel, perch and smallmouth bass but those aren’t the only species though! Lake Burton holds the current state record spotted bass weighing in at 8 lbs. 2 oz. and Lake Blue Ridge holds the state record muskie that tipped the scales at 38 lbs!
Use the map below to find kayak friendly launch spots near you!
NOTE 1: Launch sites are supplied by our forum members and GKF cannot vouch for the accuracy of any of the launch sites or listed information. Many of the boat ramps and launch sites are on unlisted roads and sometimes do not return the most accurate directions when get directions automatically from geotagged map points. Please notify us of any incorrect information.
NOTE 2: If you do not see the body of water you are looking, try zooming out and switching to satellite view. Many of the smaller bodies of water or not displayed in Google’s map view.
TopGeorgia Kayak Friendly Launch Sites