George W. Andrews Lake

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George W. Andrews Lake
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George W. Andrews Dam
Location Early County, Georgia
Coordinates 31°15′32″N 85°06′40″W / 31.259°N 85.111°W / 31.259; -85.111Coordinates: 31°15′32″N 85°06′40″W / 31.259°N 85.111°W / 31.259; -85.111
Type reservoir
Primary inflows Chattahoochee River
Primary outflows Chattahoochee River
Basin countries United States
Surface elevation 105 feet (32 m)

George W. Andrews Lake is an U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lake 29 miles south of Walter F. George Lake and north of Lake Seminole. The lake is very riverine in nature but is noted for good fishing. The purpose of the dam is for river navigation via the lock at George W. Andrews Dam. There is no hydroelectric generation at this location. The lake is named for George W. Andrews.

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