Lake Tugalo Topo Map

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Arguably the most scenic lake in Georgia, 597-acre Lake Tugaloo is also one of the most remote. The incredible beauty of 1,000-foot walls rising straight up from the water’s edge and the possibility of truly trophy-sized largemouth bass make Lake Tugalo an interesting trip indeed. Georgia Power’s 155-foot high Tugalo Dam forms Lake Tugalo on the Tugaloo River. Oddly, the spelling of the river differs from the spelling of the lake and dam. In the Cherokee language “Tugalo” means “fork of a stream.” The dam is just downstream of where the Tallulah and Chattooga rivers join to form the Tugaloo River. Since it is so remote and nearly inaccessible, Tugalo does not receive heavy fishing pressure. What access points there are require a steep and winding drive on unpaved roads. Kayakers and whitewater rafters use the access point on the South Carolina side as a take-out after braving the class V rapids of the Chattooga River upstream of the lake. Key species: largemouth bass, bluegill, redear sunfish, crappie.
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Clayton, Georgia

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