Fishing on Lake Allatoona

“Mister Bass” Don Poole ~~ Photograph by Robert Sutherland

Fishing is one of the most relaxing – and exciting – pastimes on Lake Allatoona!

Who needs a fishing license?

Anyone age 16 and older must have a current Georgia fishing license in their possession while fishing in Georgia.  Conservation Rangers may require identification when checking fishing licenses.

When do licenses expire?

All recreational fishing and hunting licenses are valid for one full year (12 months) from the purchase date. Two-year licenses are valid for (surprise!) two full years (24 months) from the day they are purchased.

Click here for information on fishing and hunting licenses for residents and non-residents.

Can I purchase fishing and hunting licenses online?

Yes! The cost of hunting and fishing licenses varies, depending on age and residency.  This link will give you all the information you’ll need to figure out the cost.

Purchase fishing and hunting licenses online by clicking here.

Have a good time fishing on Lake Allatoona!  (But please leave a few big ones for the rest of us.)

Don’t Go Fishing ~ Go Catching with DNR Tips and Links

Click Here for Fish Attractors on Lake Allatoona

Click Here for GA’s 2013 Fishing Regulations