Review: Twin Bridges Lake

Posted: September 13, 2013 by Teen Contributor in Activities, Blog, For Parents, Just for Teens, Local, Places, Review
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by Dustyn
This is a place we have passed many times. Mom has said she has wanted to go there for about 11yrs and we never have. So on our way back from Braselton we stopped in and checked it out.
It was pretty amazing.
Its open 7 days a week 24 hours a day. They have people come in and night fish as well as those who practice for tournaments there. It’s a privately owned lake so no fishing permits required and you can spend all day there and picnic as well keep fishing for one price.
I had a ball with my family and my friend Thomas who has only fished one time.  Mom had to help him cause he was trying to cast his rod upside down and not hit the release button.
We spent almost three hours there and we had a good time. There were huge fish jumping out of the water and we were trying to catch those. A cat fish was caught and put on the pole to show how large they are in there. It was at least 20 inches long.
The other cool thing was the wildlife. We were able to be up close to Turkey  Buzzards who were waiting on a tasty worm treat or a fish or two. To see one up close was pretty cool.
We plan on going back again but with a full meal to cook on the grill and just enjoy the whole day there. If you like to fish and want to stay close to the area this is the place to go.   Great friendly atmosphere and full stocked pond.  Although I do think the fish are smarter than us at times. They have figured out to eat the side of the hook to get the worm.
Rating Twin Bridges Lake  an  A
Big D
(I was the only one that caught a small catfish. I released him)
Comments
  1. Pattie Parker says:

    My husband and I have been going there now for 7 years. We love the place. I dont care if I am fishing or not. Love setting up my tent and staying for the weekend.

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