Melissa Addington
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 Lake Lanier, Cumming Ga in the foothills of the North Georgia mountains is a great place to live and work. The exciting and varied opportunities offered by the areas expanding economy provide a variety of lifestyles for both the permanent and part-time resident. We have the knowledge and experience of the area to help you find what you are looking for. Let us help you unlock your dream...

Lake Lanier is only 25 miles North of Atlanta. Lake Lanier borders 5 Georgia counties with 500 miles of shoreline and an estimated 38,000 acres under water. Lake Lanier is one of the top Corps of Engineers lake in the Country for recreation. Waterfront homes and lots are available on Lake Lanier, many with their own private docks. Lake Lanier is a great place to live full time or part time. There is easy access to highways and interstates for those who work in North Georgia, Downtown Atlanta and other surrounding areas. Lake Lanier offers plenty of recreational activities, public parks and marinas.

 Cumming is just about 30 minutes or so from downtown Atlanta, This area also offers great restaurants, shopping and entertainment!  See below for current listings:

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 Another popular Lake Lanier pastime is fishing. The lake is noted for its fine black bass fishing, especially for spotted and largemouth bass. Another favorite species of Lanier anglers is the striped bass. This hard-pulling species, a member of the "temperate bass" family, is typically found in saltwater but has adapted well to many freshwater lakes and rivers where it has been stocked. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources performs annual stockings of hatchery-produced striped bass fingerlings since this species does not typically reproduce in freshwater. Lake Lanier is the premier destination in Georgia for striped bass angling, with good numbers of trophy fish available.

 Lake Lanier is a deep, highland reservoir. Successful anglers have learned to focus on offshore "structure" like humps and points to find the fish. Since the lake is nearly devoid of natural shoreline cover, the fish relate to changes in the lake's bottom. Anglers would do well to carefully study a good lake map to find the best offshore structure. A shortcut to this process would be to simply cruise the lake searching for hazard buoys warning of shoaling and shallow water. Fish these areas thoroughly, since these types of abrupt depth changes are the places Lake Lanier fish like to call home.


General Information

Water Release Schedule


Recreation/Water Level Info


DNR, Law Enforcement Div



Boating Safety Courses

US Coast Guard Aux. Flotilla 24


US Coast Guard Aux. Flotilla 26


Atlanta Sail & Power Squadron


Lake Lanier Association



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