George Lake Fishing Guide

George Lake is 46,000 acre lake with 50 miles of shoreline and most of the lake is less than ten feet deep that is located in central part of the state, just 8 miles west of Crescent City, Florida and is the second-largest freshwater lake in Flroida.

George Lake is best known for its largemouth, striped bass, and sunfish. You can fish by boat or plenty of shorelines to fish from as well.

George Lake offers great fishing for Largemouth Bass, Striped Bass, Hybrid Striped Bass, Black Crappie, White Catfish, Redear Sunfish, Spotted Sunfish, Bluegill, Warmouth, Bowfin, Chain Pickerel, Longnose Gar, Brown Bullhead and Channel Catfish.

The most popular area to fish Lake George is at an area called Nine Mile Point. The best bait to use at Lake George in this area is to use either Carolina rig or Texas rig plastic worm  works really well.

George Lake Resources

Directions to George Lake

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