Fishing Reports Rolling In
Despite some lingering snow on the ground, warmer weather is arriving and folks are chomping at the bits for some spring fishing action. Our fishing guides have been out on the water and have sent in several fishing reports. Photo courtesy Keith Brown
The Tennessee River
Kentucky Lake is one of the best lakes for sport fishing in the country, whether it is crappie, bass, bluegill, or catfish you're hunting.
· 184 miles in length
· 2,064 miles of shoreline
· 160,300 acres of water
· Completed in 1944
· Created by Kentucky Dam
Enjoy a vast uninhabited land full of small lakes, wildlife, historical attractions, and trails. The Land Between The Lakes is perfect for those who love to be outside.
· 170,000-acre NRA
· 300 miles of pristine shoreline
· 420 miles of country roads
· 200 miles of hiking trails
· Sandwiched by the lakes
The Cumberland River
Lake Barkley is a younger lake and is slightly smaller than Kentucky Lake, but still offers the same great fishing experiences and boating opportunities.
· 118 miles in length
· 1,004 miles of shoreline
· 57,900 acres of water
· Completed in 1964
· Created by Barkley Dam
Welcome to Kentucky Lake, Lake Barkley, and Land Between The Lakes!
Together, Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley form the largest body of water between the Great Lakes and the Gulf of Mexico. With over 210,000 acres of water, Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley provide plenty of room for fishing, boating, and outdoor recreation.
Bass fishing is outstanding; the lakes provide some of best crappie fishing waters anywhere. Kentucky Lake, Lake Barkley, and Land Between The Lakes is truly an outdoorsman's paradise. We have world-renowned fresh water fishing with largemouth and smallmouth bass, crappie, bluegill, catfish, sauger, and much more.
Land Between The Lakes (LBL) is a unique 170,000-acre National Recreation Area situated between Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Key attractions include The Nature Station, Elk & Bison Prairie, Golden Pond Planetarium, Homeplace 1850s, and Turkey Bay OHV Area.