Muscogee County Georgia Fishing Lakes

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Lakes in Muscogee County Georgia

Place USGS Topo Map
Anglin Lake Fortson
Anthony Lake Fortson
Anthony Lake Fortson
Bearden Lake Fortson
Beaver Lake Midland
Beaver Pond Columbus
Biggers Lake Smiths Station
Billings Pond Fortson
Blackmon Lake Smiths Station
Bonifay Lakes Midland
Britton Ponds Midland
Bull Creek Reservoir Number 14 Fortson
Bull Creek Reservoir Number 26 Midland
Bull Creek Reservoir Number One Midland
Bull Creek Watershed Lake Number 12 Fortson
Bull Creek Watershed Lake Number 21 Midland
Bull Creek Watershed Lake Number 24 Midland
Bull Creek Watershed Lake Number 25 Fortson
Bull Creek Watershed Lake Number 27 Fortson
Bull Creek Watershed Lake Number 28 Fortson
Bull Creek Watershed Lake Number Four Fortson
Bull Creek Watershed Lake Number Three Fortson
Carver Park Lake Columbus
Chapman Pease Lake Fortson
Charter Oaks Lake Fortson
Chattahoochee River Reservoir Columbus
Cherokee Lake Fortson
Clap Hill Reservoir Fortson
Cooper Creek Reservoir Fortson
Cox Lake Upatoi
Crescent Lake Columbus
Debrabant Lake Midland
Flat Rock Lake Fortson
Flatrock Park Lake Fortson
Gates Lake Midland
Hardaway Lake Midland
Head Lake Columbus
Heards Lake Fortson
Hedleys Pond Midland
Herds Lake Mulberry Grove
Hidden Lake Columbus
Jenkins Lake Midland
Jordan Company Lake Smiths Station
Kimbrough Lake Whitesburg
Kitten Lake Midland
Lake Arrowhead Fortson
Lake Chaplin Fortson
Lake Crystal Fortson
Lake Forest Fortson
Lake Ginger Fortson
Lake Heath Fortson
Lake Mary Fortson
Lake Pines Midland
Lake Somerset Fortson
Lambs Lake Fortson
Lindsey Creek Reservoir Fortson
McClure Lake Upatoi
Medleys Pond Midland
Montarella Lake Upatoi
Opossum Lake Columbus
Pine Knoll Lake Fortson
Smith Lake Fortson
Stevens Lake Fortson
Stonewall Jackson Lake Midland
Story Lake Fortson
Thornton Lake Midland
Twin Lakes Smiths Station
Weems Road Lake Fortson
Widgeon Lake Midland
Woodruff Lake Midland
Woodruff North Lake Midland

Above is a map and a list of the lakes in Muscogee County, Georgia. Many are open to public fishing. If you see a lake name that is duplicated, then try to narrow it down using the name of the USGS topographical map which is usually a prominent place or city nearby.