Washington County Georgia Fishing Lakes

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Lakes in Washington County Georgia

Place USGS Topo Map
Adams Lake Warthen
Adams Pond Gumm Pond
Adams Pond North Warthen NE
Adams Pond South Warthen NE
American Ind Clay Company Lake Deepstep
Anderson Pond Sandersville
Andrews Pond Irwins Crossroads
Archers Lakes Downs
Boatright Lake Harrison
Brantley Pond Harrison
Bretts Lake Riddleville
Brown Lake Downs
Burgamy Millpond Warthen NE
Cedar Meadow Pond Sandersville
Chalker Lake Mitchell
Cobb Lake Davisboro
Cochran Pond Tabernacle
Dixie Land Lake Sandersville
Doolittle Pond Tabernacle
Dukes Lake Davisboro SE
Ethridge Lake Riddleville
Francis Lake Chennault
Fuqua Pond Oconee
George Pond Tabernacle
Gilmore Lake Number Three Warthen
Gilmore Lake Pond Number One Warthen
Gilmore Lake Pond Number Two Warthen
Gorbutt Pond Tabernacle
Hamburg Millpond Warthen NE
Hamburgh Mill Pond Warthen NE
Harrison Pond Sandersville
Herds Pond Moran
Hodges New Pond Oconee
Hodges Pond Oconee
Hodges Pond Irwins Crossroads
Jackson Lake Harrison
Johnson Lake Irwins Crossroads
Johnsons Pond Riddleville
Jordan Mill Pond Downs
Jordan Millpond Downs
Kings Pond Sandersville
Lewis Lake Davisboro
Lewis Lake Davisboro SE
Little Pond Oconee
Lower Yarbrough Lake Sandersville
Mathis Pond Warthen
Mays Millpond Warthen
Mays Pond Tabernacle
McCoys Pond Riddleville
Morgans Pond Irwins Crossroads
Morris Lake Riddleville
Orrs Pond Irwins Crossroads
Political Pond Sandersville
Purvis Pond Tabernacle
Ralph Walker Lake Warthen NE
Segars Lake Harrison
Segars Lake Harrison
Segars Pond Sandersville
Shephard Lake Deepstep
Sheppard Lake Riddleville
Smith Lake Davisboro
Smith Pond Sandersville
Smith-Jordan Pond Riddleville
Taylor Lake Sandersville
Thiele Kaolin Mining Company Lake Sandersville
Turners Pond Irwins Crossroads
Upper Yarbrough Lake Sandersville
Veal Pond Oconee
Veal Pond Oconee
Walker Pond Warthen
Walnut Branch Fishing Lake Davisboro
Youngs Pond Irwins Crossroads

Above is a map and a list of the lakes in Washington 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.