Lower Altamaha River Topo Map

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The lower Altamaha River is arguably the best fishing of the entire Altamaha Basin. For both flathead catfish and largemouth bass anglers, the lower Altamaha offers tremendous fishing for those who invest the time to learn its secrets. To the casual eye, the lower Altamaha River does not look much different from the upper or middle sections of the river. The difference is in what’s below the surface—the river is bank to bank fish. Flatheads, largemouth bass, redbreast sunfish, and many other species fill the river and its backwaters. The lower Altamaha is a tremendous fishery that every Georgia angler should experience. As one might expect, the lower river is the biggest. Also, since the Altamaha is nearing the end of its journey to the ocean, tidal forces begin to come into play. Tidal influences are noticeable nearly up to Altamaha Park near the town of Everett. The lower portion of the river is the most popular with anglers.
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Jesup, Georgia

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Mar 2018