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Atlanta Fishing Forecast

Target Species of Fish

Based on historical data for fishing Atlanta, you should target one of the following species for this time of year:
  1. Largemouth Bass

  2. Largemouth Bass

    There is a 22.08% catch rate for Largemouth Bass, based on 34 Largemouth Bass counted.

    Atlanta Largemouth Bass Counts Chart
    Largemouth

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  3. Bluegill

  4. Bluegill

    There is a 18.18% catch rate for Bluegill, based on 28 Bluegill counted.

    Atlanta Bluegill Counts Chart
    Bluegill

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  5. Spotted Bass

  6. Spotted Bass

    There is a 13.64% catch rate for Spotted Bass, based on 21 Spotted Bass counted.

    Atlanta Spotted Bass Counts Chart
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  7. Gizzard Shad

  8. Gizzard Shad

    There is a 11.04% catch rate for Gizzard Shad, based on 17 Gizzard Shad counted.

    Atlanta Gizzard Shad Counts Chart
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  9. Brown Trout

  10. Brown Trout

    There is a 6.49% catch rate for Brown Trout, based on 10 Brown Trout counted.

    Atlanta Brown Trout Counts Chart
    Brown

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  11. Threadfin Shad

  12. Threadfin Shad

    There is a 4.55% catch rate for Threadfin Shad, based on 7 Threadfin Shad counted.

    Atlanta Threadfin Shad Counts Chart
    Threadfin

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  13. Black Crappie

  14. Black Crappie

    There is a 3.9% catch rate for Black Crappie, based on 6 Black Crappie counted.

    Atlanta Black Crappie Counts Chart
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  15. Rainbow Trout

  16. Rainbow Trout

    There is a 3.25% catch rate for Rainbow Trout, based on 5 Rainbow Trout counted.

    Atlanta Rainbow Trout Counts Chart
    Rainbow

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  17. Shoal Bass

  18. Shoal Bass

    There is a 3.25% catch rate for Shoal Bass, based on 5 Shoal Bass counted.

    Atlanta Shoal Bass Counts Chart
    Shoal

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  19. Redbreast Sunfish

  20. Redbreast Sunfish

    There is a 2.6% catch rate for Redbreast Sunfish, based on 4 Redbreast Sunfish counted.

    Atlanta Redbreast Sunfish Counts Chart
    Redbreast

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Recommendations above based on 18 species of fish and 154 fish counted for April around Atlanta.

To date, there are 31 species of fish and a total of 1869 fish counted for Atlanta and within a 30 mile (48 km) radius since 7/14/1932 (92 years).

Last Update: 4/7/2024 8:40:24 AM

*** PLEASE NOTE ***
Please check local, state/province, and federal laws before fishing for any species found on this site. All data is based on historical data found for this area, and in some cases as far back as the year 1600.

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The Top 10 Fishing Spots for Atlanta are the following:

  1. Bald Ridge Hump
    Good hump off the point that had ledges on either side. Good Striped bass area.


  2. Kellogg Creek


  3. Proctors Landing


  4. Rocky Point


  5. Fish Attractor 39


  6. Lake Acworth Dam


  7. Fish Attractor 58


  8. Beaver Island


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  10. Reef Piling
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