Lakes Rutledge and Brantley Hard Labor Creek State Park Topo Map

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This state park contains two impoundments on Hard Labor Creek; 275-acre Lake Rutledge and 40-acre Lake Brantley. Both lakes offer good fishing from the shore or a small boat. Many other outdoor recreation opportunities are available on-site, making the park a great choice for a family trip. Hard Labor Creek State Park is one of the largest parks in Georgia. The park came into being during the Great Depression when the National Park Service acquired 44 parcels of land that formed the Hard Labor Creek Recreation Demonstration Area. With its proximity to Atlanta and the variety of activities available, the state park receives heavy use. However, most fishing pressure on the lakes is from the shoreline around the picnic areas and campgrounds. Anglers who are willing to hike or who use a small boat should find uncrowded conditions. Especially on Lake Brantley, which has no boat ramp, sliding in a canoe or small johnboat will give you the best access to the lake. Lake Rutledge has a couple of marked fish attractors. Both lakes are shallow; you will find depths to 10 feet in Lake Rutledge, but most of the lake is much shallower. Key species: largemouth bass, bluegill, redear sunfish, channel catfish.
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Rutledge, Georgia

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