George Sparks Reservoir Sweetwater Creek State Conservation Park Topo Map

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George Sparks Reservoir, in Sweetwater Creek State Conservation Park, is a 215-acre lake only minutes from downtown Atlanta. Originally constructed as a water supply for the City of East Point, the state now manages George Sparks Reservoir as part of the 1,986-acre Sweetwater Creek State Conservation Park. The park’s proximity to metro Atlanta makes it one of the most heavily used day-use recreation areas in the state. The lake bottom was cleared during construction so very little cover remains other than what is found along the shoreline. Any shoreline cover like fallen trees, riprap, or rock piles is a good place to try for bass and sunfish. The upper end of the lake has the most cover and is a good choice in the springtime. Key species: largemouth bass, bluegill, redear sunfish, channel catfish.
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Lithia Springs, Georgia

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