Fishing at Black Creek Plantation offers a rare opportunity to fish ponds with both trophy bass potential and the ability to catch bass and bream in numbers that can will keep the kids entertained. Fishing takes place in our 3 stocked ponds ranging in size from 1 to 6 acres.
Bass fishing is catch and release with the exception that each membership is allowed to keep one bass per year. The bass must be at least 10lbs and larger than the prior bass that was taken from BCP. Members may keep all the bluegill, shellcracker and perch they wish.
Reservations for fishing must be made in advance. Only one member and their guest are allowed to fish at a time. There is a limit of 5 memberships per year. Members are allowed to bring up to 3 guest per visit.
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C. Grove holds the pond record at just over 16 lbs. Also the 17th heaviest bass in Georgia ever.