West Point Lake Topo Map

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West Point Lake is a 25,900-acre USACE reservoir that extends 35 miles along the Chattahoochee River southwest of Atlanta. The lake spans the Georgia-Alabama border, and is a popular destination with anglers of both states. Impounded in 1974, West Point Lake is one of the few Georgia reservoirs managed under a special regulation for largemouth bass. The minimum length limit is 16 inches. Although many think the limit is in place to produce a trophy bass fishery, the main reason for its implementation was to maintain a higher predator population of sufficient size to keep the gizzard shad population in check. Key species: largemouth bass, spotted bass, hybrid striped bass, crappie, channel catfish.
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West Point, Georgia

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