Anglers from throughout the Southeast flock to Allatoona Lake to enjoy world-class fishing. Stripers and hybrids can be caught year-round on both live bait and artificial lures. Conveniently located to the metro Atlanta area, Allatoona Lake provides the perfect weekend getaway to spend time and relax on the lake.

Allatoona Lake is approximately 11 miles long and about 12,000 acres with more than 270 miles of shoreline. The extensive shoreline provides excellent opportunities for shoreline fishing or jetties.  Around the lake you will find conveniently located boat ramps, day use areas and campgrounds.

The Georgia Department of Natural Resources annually restocks the lake through their fish stocking program. Along with native fish found in the lake, this provides a wide variety of fish species for anglers including bass (largemouth, hybrid, stripped, spotted, and white), crappie, bream (bluegill, redbreast and red-ear sunfish), gar and catfish.