What better way to spend a spring day than out on pristine Lake Blue Ridge in the North Georgia Mountains? And now that warm weather is finally here to stay in Fannin County, the fish are biting and outdoors are beckoning you to don a tank top, pack a picnic, and allow the sun to melt away any left over winter blues. Nothing says spring is here like the smell of sun block as you prep for a weekend on the lake!
On Lake Blue Ridge, you'll find several places to fish. But before you unpack your gear and thread your line, you may want to plan first for the kind of fishing that most interests you most. Really, in the springtime, the most exciting fishing is for white bass at the head of the reservoir. But if you're more interested in cat fishing, then try near the dam or in the lakes' many coves. Of course, anywhere on Lake Blue Ridge you'll have luck catching blue gill, perch, or bass. This variety makes Lake Blue Ridge such a unique and fun place to fish.
But, at the end of the day, even if you never catch the first fish, that time hasn't been wasted. You spent your day away from weekend chores and chose a day of outdoor perfection instead of overtime pay. And Lake Blue Ridge will still be there, awaiting the next time you escape the daily grind to restore yourself in the North Georgia Mountains.
Don't miss your opportunity to be one of the few private property owners on this majestic lake! Lake Blue Ridge is approx. 70% U.S. Forest Service. Although this ownership ensures that the waters will stay pristine for years to come, it greatly limits the availability of private properties. So check out lake listings on http://www.realestategamtns.com/.
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