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Fishing Maps

Fishing Maps

The Wildlife Resources Division is currently developing fishing guides, which include maps, for Public Fishing Areas, major reservoirs and rivers. These new guides will be available online over the coming months. In this section of the website you will currently find access to the boat ramp locator, fish attractor maps, river guides (some) and trout stream maps.

All maps are in PDF format, which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Boat Ramp Locator

Find information and driving directions to 112 WRD boat ramps in Georgia. Find the boat ramp you want to visit next.

Non-WRD Boat Ramps and Boat Ramp Related Information

External Web sites containing information on non-WRD boat ramps, weather conditions, and water levels on many of Georgia's lakes and rivers.

Georgia Reservoir Fishing Information

Georgia offers some of the best and most diverse fishing opportunities in the Southeast with more than 500,000 acres of reservoirs available to anglers. The following provides a description of fishing prospects on 31 reservoirs.

Public Fishing Areas

These areas, also known as PFAs, are intensively managed by WRD for fishing. Did you know they offer other outdoor activities too? Explore one of these truly "Perfect Family Areas" today. There are 10 FAs located around the state.

Saltwater Fishing

Recreational and commercial saltwater fishing information and other programs conducted by the Coastal Resources Division.

Trout Fishing in Georgia

Click here for county maps of trout streams, a listing of trout streams by county, and trout stocking information.

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