About Clarks Hill Lake
Clarks Hill is part of the J. Strom Thurmond Reservoir, located at the South Carolina and Georgia border. The popular location includes the 70,000-acre lake and its many recreational activities such as fishing, boating, swimming, water skiing, hiking, and picnicking. The day-use area is equipped with several picnic shelters. A beach, restrooms, drinking water, boat ramp, and dock are also located in the same area. A variety of rustic cabin rentals are available as well.
The forest that shades the site in the hot summer is a mix of pine and hardwood that is filled with wildlife. If you visit Clarks Lake for fishing or any other activities the large facility provides, you may also see whitetail deer, bald eagles, wild turkeys, and waterfowl on the grounds and around the lake.
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Clarks Hill Lake fishing provides fantastic experiences for catching largemouth bass, and striped bass, bream, crappie, channel catfish, and redbreast sunfish. The lake also provides boating and water sport activities such as jet-skiing, canoeing, and swimming, as well as beautiful hiking trails.
The lake area also provides a fishing dock, fish cleaning stations, and boat ramps to make your visit more convenient. See the Georgia Department of Natural Resources site for info on licensing and permits for your trip.
US Hwy. 378 E.
Lincolnton GA 30817
Clarks Hills Lake Fishing Photos
Great fishing photos of Clarks Hill Lake in Georgia can be found on Instagram like this one if you can make it through all the bikini pics: