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Anybody know where any stocked ponds are in the N. GA area?

Discussion in 'Fishing & Boating Talk' started by _Jake_, Jun 10, 2017.

  1. _Jake_

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    Want to take the kids fishing at a stocked pond to keep them interested in fishing. All of the places around here that I normally go fishing are high pressure areas and they don't have the technique or patience to catch anything. I can reel in fish all day but they don't catch anything. I want to take them somewhere where they will catch a bunch of fish and have a good time to keep them interested in fishing. Whenever we go fishing now they normally end up putting their fishing poles down and go to the playground after about 45 minutes to an hour of not catching anything. Looking for a stocked pay to fish place around the Cherokee area or within a reasonable distance from Cherokee.
     
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    Take them to nature's stocked pond...the ocean!
     
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    How's the water clarity in north Georgia?
     
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    I wish it was that easy. I love saltwater fishing. To get to the ocean is at least a 4 hr drive one way though.
     
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    Gets better the further north you go just depending on where you're at. Most places around here you can see about 2-3 feet deep. Up where I go fishing in Ellijay you can see 6-8 feet deep though.