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Georgia Fishing Lodges and Camps


    

Brigadoon Lodge
Brigadoon has over a mile of private river front with 1.5 miles of abutting fishable public water to the north. The trophy sections are divided into 12 exclusive beats. Seven springs and creeks feed the Brigadoon section of the river and there are breathtaking views in every direction. It is especially beautiful in the Spring months of April, May and June when the 300 year old mountain laurels, azaleas and rhododendron are in bloom.

Brigadoon Lodge
P.O. Box 2407
Clarkesville, GA 30523
 

Highland Marina Resort
Located on magnificent West Point Lake and surrounded by the beautiful yellow pines and rolling hills of west Georgia , Highland Marina Resort is ideal for your family’s next vacation or weekend getaway. An area well known by water sport enthusiasts and fisherman alike, West Point Lake offers 27,000 acres for fishing, cruising and skiing fun. Bring your family, a fishing buddy, or just yourself and let Highland Marina Resort's 200 acres of peace and quiet relax and refresh you. If fishing is your game, get ready for the best largemouth, crappie, hybrid bass & striper fishing in the country! West Point Lake has earned the title of one of the hottest fishing lakes in the nation. Anglers from all over the world flock to this lake where six pound bass are common, the lake record largemouth bass is 14.2 pounds!

Highland Marina Resort
1000 Seminole Road
LaGrange, Georgia 30240
Phone: 706-882-3437, 866-378-7001
 

LaPrade's Marina
Prior to VMG’s acquisition of the marina, LaPrade’s was first opened as a fish camp in 1925, and became famous for its family style restaurant and rustic rental cabins. The LaPrades family ran the operation until 1972 when they sold to the Nichols family. The Nichols family ran the camp and marina for 30 years before selling to LaPrade’s Investors and Developers in 2002. LaPrade’s investors planned a residential and commercial development. However, after the financial loss of 50 of the original 91 acres due to foreclosure in November of 2004 and the mysterious fire that destroyed the famous restaurant on the morning of Mother’s Day, May 15th, 2005, they decided to sell. VMG formed LaPrade’s Marina, LLC and purchased the property on March 28, 2006.

LaPrade's Marina
25 Shoreline Trail
Clarkesville, GA 30523
Phone: (706) 947-0010

   

    






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