The Allatoona Lake Project is a heavily used boating and angling lake located 30 miles north of Atlanta. The area offers fishermen numerous opportunities in terms of locations to fish and fish species. Convenient boat ramps, day use areas and campgrounds are situated around Allatoona. Allatoona Lake is approximately 11 miles long with 12,010 acres and 270 miles of shoreline. Shoreline fishing locations are numerous with many areas offering fishing jetties. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources annually restock the lake through their fish stocking program. Along with native fish found in the lake, this provides a wide variety for anglers. Fish species include bass (largemouth, hybrid, stripped, spotted, and white), crappie, bream (bluegill, redbreast and redear sunfish), gar and catfish.

Our bait recommendations

Here's the baits that our Pros love for this lake.