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Lake Seminole Georgia/Florida

Discussion in 'Boating & Fishing' started by KMN-BLU, Jun 22, 2009.

  1. Jun 22, 2009 at 12:05 PM
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    KMN-BLU

    KMN-BLU [OP] less work/more play

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    Anyone ever spend any time fishing on this lake seminole? Its located about 2 hours from me so I am considering buying a houseboat on this lake. Great getaway place for me and gives me a place to escape on weekends and summers.

    Georgia rates it as there #1 large mouth bass lake supposedly. I enjoy fishing year round (except for deer season). I just havent any experience on this particular lake.

    Im looking at a permanently docked houseboat without any motors. Power, TV, Internet, and sewer all included right at the dock hookup. I tie up on the boat on the waterside.

    Here is a link: http://www.teresort.com/ddterphotogallery2.html


    Anyone know anything about this community or the lake area?


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  2. Jun 22, 2009 at 8:18 PM
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    2k6750

    2k6750 Well-Known Member

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    I dont know anything about it, but it looks SWEET!
     
  3. Jun 23, 2009 at 12:20 AM
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    genxer36

    genxer36 Lord of Tomfoolery

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    Best thing to do is rent a boat, or bring your own, or go with a buddy, and cruise up & down the lake & see if it is a lake you would like.

    I have fished different Ga lakes: Jackson,Oconee,Sinclair,Lanier,West point. Out of those lakes, I like Lanier the best. Sinclair comes in 2nd. Lanier has cleaner water & has nice shorelines.

    As for Seminole. I have never ventured that far south. But before sinking some money in a permanent resident on a lake. Investigate it. Worst outcome, You enjoyed a day on the lake & may have liked or disliked the lake.
     
  4. Jul 10, 2009 at 8:54 AM
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    KMN-BLU

    KMN-BLU [OP] less work/more play

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    Im heading back over to Lake Seminole again this weekend. Going to check out the fishing and drive the lake when possible.

    My last trip I encountered a HUGE alligator that swam right by my boat. I thought it was a huge log at first that was floating and suddenly the log had eyes and it swam away. Not really a place I would jump in to cool off.

    Being that its only 2 hours from where i live it would be a great weekend getaway spot if the fishing is as indicated though.
     
  5. Jul 10, 2009 at 10:26 AM
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    genxer36 Lord of Tomfoolery

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    Summer is the toughest time to fish GA lakes. The best fishing is Spring & prespawn March-June & Fall when they fatten up for winter September to December.
     
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