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Lake Seminole is an amazing fishery, but it does present it's navigation hazards! Please read this introduction to boating on Lake Seminole before venturing out on the lake.
Our guides have over 50 years of experience! Come with us and take a trip of a lifetime!
Lodging from single rooms to cabins, RV parking, and dining. Located on the Spring Creek arm.
Waterfront campgrounds, cabins, marina, restaurant and shop. Gas available. Located on the Flint arm.
Restaurant, lodging, marina and shop. Located on the Chattahoochee arm.
Huge tackle selection featuring all the top brands. Rods, reels, lures (bass, crappie and bream),
Live bait (worms, crickets, minnows) and grocery market. Gift shop with lake apparel and essentials. Hot lunch bar, food is slap yo' mama good!
Seminole State Park offers a tranquil getaway via the park's cabins and campsites. Nature trails, mini golf course, beach and swim area, boat launch and 200 seat gathering area available. Located on the Fish Pond Drain arm.
Westside Bait & Tackle is located in Bainbridge, Ga. They have a great selection of top brands as well as hard to find lures. One of these "hidden gem" tackle shops, it's a must stop on your trip.
Restaurant offering Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Located on the Cypress Pond. Great cooking with at home atmosphere.
It all started with Mr. Jack Wingate, "The Sage of Seminole", one of the founding fathers of B.A.S.S. Mr. Jack would provide a daily Lake Seminole fishing report over the radio, newspaper and later the internet entitled "Jack Wingate's Seminole Ramblins" The Ramblins came to an end with his passing in 2011.
Local Lake Seminole guide, featured himself a few times in The Ramblins starting in 2004. Jack's passion for this lake is mirrored in Chris as he carry's on The Ramblins tradition.