Banks Lake National Wildlife Refuge Topo Map

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Fantastic fishing for big bass and bream, Banks Lake is a natural “Carolina Bay” of ancient origin. Banks Lake National Wildlife Refuge is part of a much larger blackwater system. The refuge contains many different habitats including 1,500 acres of marsh, 1,549 acres of cypress swamp, and 1,000 acres of open water. Banks Lake averages around 5 feet deep, although a few holes go down to 15 feet. Banks Lake is less acidic than most blackwater systems, which allows largemouth bass and other sport fish to thrive in its waters. A fertile system with good water quality, plenty of forage, and a long growing-season make Banks Lake a great place to fish.
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Lakeland, Georgia

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