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Live Oak Plantation has a long heritage of providing the best experience available whether it is in bass fishing or quail hunting. We take great pride in the quality of the fish that inhabit the waters around our property. Each of the lakes are meticulously tended to, to ensure that each fish has all the necessities to reach their full growth potential.

Our fishing seasons are close to the rest of South Georgia. Our fish will start running to the beds any time the water gets back above 62 degrees. Depending on the year that could happen anytime from February to April. The post spawn fish will be out cruising looking for the next meal once the water hits 70-80 degrees. The summer months can make fishing very fun because as the water goes from 80-90+ degrees the fish hide in whatever shade they can. This leads to fishing under the mats that surround our lakes. Once the lakes start cooling down, water temperature drops 85-70 degrees, the fun can start. The fish will eat whatever they can fit in their mouth, and this allows anglers to throw any assortment of baits. Throughout the winter months, water temperatures drop to 70-55 degrees, the fish are hunting the shad and gorging themselves to get prepared for the next spawning season.

THE LAKES

Catfish Pond
Size: ¼ Acre
Max Depth: 4’
Average depth: 2’
Water Color: Dark Stain

Lodge Pond
Size: 4 Acres
Max Depth: 7’
Average Depth: 3’
Water Color: Clear

Cabin Pond
Size: 4 Acres
Max Depth: 7’
Average Depth 3’
Water Color: Black Stain

Hawg Hollow
Size: 5 Acres
Max Depth: 13’
Average Depth: 5’
Water Color: Stained

Little O’
Size: 7 Acres
Max Depth: 7’
Average Depth: 3’
Water Color: Black Stain

Bear Pond
Size: 15 Acres
Max Depth: 8’
Average Depth: 3’
Water Color: Dark Stain but clean

Outback
Size: 30 Acres
Max Depth: 10’
Average Depth: 5’
Water Color: Dark Stain but clean

Pilcher Pond
Size: 60 Acres
Max Depth: 7’
Average Depth: 2’ 6”
Water Color: Black but clean

Jim’s Back-Yard
Size: 70 Acres
Max Depth: 21’
Average Depth: 6’
Water Color: Clear

Gator Pond
Size: 115 Acres
Max Depth: 25’
Average Depth: 7’
Water Color: Varies depending on water level