The diverse reservoir of Lake Burton is known throughout the US, with anglers from Georgia frequently naming it the state’s number one body of water for catching bass. Bass or not, the Lake Burton creates irresistible opportunities for every passionate angler. Loved by seasoned fishermen and rookie beginners alike, the plentiful Lake Burton simply must be experienced first-hand.
Come cast a line and see why. You’ll want to bring your friends and family as well, so check out our FishAnywhere Lake Burton group fishing charters – with our friendly captains and crew, reeling in keepers is as easy as it is fun.
Located near Clayton in Georgia, Lake Burton is one of the six Tallulah River Watershed lakes and one of the best fishing spots in the northeast Georgia mountains. It’s also one of the most popular reservoirs in this part of the United States – with 2,775 acres of surface and 62 miles of natural shoreline, it boasts an ecosystem so diverse that passionate anglers can’t possibly resist it. The odds are, neither will you.
Trust us when we say fishing Lake Burton is an irresistible opportunity.
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Lake Burton is especially generous during its peak fishing season, so do plan your trip sometime between February and May. Warm spring months in Georgia mountains provide another amazing opportunity – to see and experience Lake Burton in all of its beauty. Besides, there’s no better way to celebrate a great catch than to bask in the sunshine onboard our Lake Burton fishing charters.
Among numerous other charms, Lake Burton dazzles with its generosity and ease of access. Being so wonderfully diverse, this body of water requires no particular fishing experience, nor does it limit its visitors to a single one fishing technique. Come as a rookie, and not only will you quickly learn the secrets of spinning, fly fishing, trolling, and jigging, but you’ll manage to catch some big keepers too.
Anglers from all over the Peach State flock to the Lake Burton in pursuit of one special fish – the spotted bass. Other varieties just as common in these waters are largemouth, smallmouth, Guadalupe, white, yellow, and striped bass are surprisingly frequent. Anglers can also enjoy monster catfish (channel, blue, and flathead), bullhead, rainbow trout, crappie, bluegill, carp, gar, and walleye.
Jump aboard with a professional FishAnywhere Lake Burton fishing guide for a once-in-a-lifetime fishing family adventure. Let our friendly fishing guides and captains teach you a trick or two and show you the most productive angling spots in Lake Burton. With so many fishing opportunities to choose from at this plentiful body of water, we guarantee you’ll find the right fit for your family and friends.
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