ROAD BEDS

Why are Road Beds so important in Lake Lanier?

They provide the striper traveling lanes since the lake bottom consists mostly of flooded trees. It is an easier way for them to travel and hunt for bait. Stripers can be located here at some point during the day.

Use these maps in conjunction with your electronics to locate these road beds and to stay on them. You may need a unit with an external antenna like a Point One or an AS GRP.

 

AQUALAND

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BETHEL PARK20160908_135216-2

MUD CREEK & FLAT CREEK20160908_135304-1

ORR CREEK

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FLOWERY BRANCH

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BIG CREEK

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BIG CREEK

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SHOAL CREEK

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SHOAL CREEK

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COCKTAIL COVE

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BALD RIDGE CREEK

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YOUNG DEER CREEK

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SHADY GROVE

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YOUNG DEER CREEK

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TWO MILE CREEK

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TWO MILE CREEK

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TWO MILE CREEK

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FOUR MILE CREEK

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FOUR MILE CREEK AND SIX MILE CREEK

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SIX MILE CREEK

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ATHENS PARK

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LONG HOLLOW CREEK

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ROBINSON20160908_135828-1

SARDIS CREEK20160908_135849-1

BROWNS BRIDGE20160908_135849-2

ADA CREEK20160908_135911-1-1

DUCKETT MILL20160908_135941-1

BOLDING MILL20160908_135955-1

WAR HILL20160908_135955-2

WAHOO CREEK20160908_140033-1

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This blog was created by Steve Scott and is dedicated to educating the casual Striper angler. See my Striper reports in the Coastal Angler magazine and the Georgia Wildlife Resources Division blog.

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