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Lake Barkley - North
Barkley Dam to Hwy 68/80 Bridge
(Fishing Hot Spots)
L112 - 24"x36"
For all species there are basically two seasons: spawning and the rest of the year. This season corresponds with a rise in the water levels from winter pool to summer pool. This significant fishing destination has been recognized as one of the best largemouth bass fisheries in the nation. Anglers share the water with heavy recreational boat traffic.
57,900 acres
$9.95
  Lake Barkley - South
Hwy 68 Bridge to Dover, TN
(Fishing Hot Spots)
L113 - 24"x36"
For all species there are basically two seasons: spawning and the rest of the year. This season corresponds with a rise in the water levels from winter pool to summer pool. This significant fishing destination has been recognized as one of the best largemouth bass fisheries in the nation. Anglers share the water with heavy recreational boat traffic.
57,900 acres
$9.95
  Boone Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A399 - 24"x36"
Supports and excellent black bass and striped bass fishery with the majority of interest directed towards largemouth and smallmouth. Catch and release rates here surpass 90%.
4,510 acres
$8.95
  Center Hill Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A400 - 24"x36"
Quality largemouth, spotted and smallmouth bass. Possibly the best walleye lake in the state. Check out the white bass, bluegill and catfish.
18,220 acres

$8.95
 

Cherokee Lake - North
(Navionics)
PM5026 - 24"x36"
Largemouth bass is the fish of choice on Cherokee, keeping up with the reputation as an outstanding bass lake in both size and numbers. There is a solid population of smallmouth. Also available, crappie, stripers and hybrid stripers. Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
30,200 acres

$12.95
   

Cherokee Lake - South
(Navionics)
PM5027 - 24"x36"
Largemouth bass is the fish of choice on Cherokee, keeping up with the reputation as an outstanding bass lake in both size and numbers. There is a solid population of smallmouth. Also available, crappie, stripers and hybrid stripers. Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
30,200 acres
$12.95
Cherokee Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A401 - 24"x36"
Largemouth bass is the fish of choice on Cherokee, keeping up with the reputation as an outstanding bass lake in both size and numbers. There is a solid population of smallmouth. Also available, crappie, stripers and hybrid stripers.
30,200 acres
$8.95
  Lake Chickamauga
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A402 - 24"x36"
Despite the loss of weeds on the lake the largemouth remains the biggest draw. Crappie are abundant and the are good numbers of catfish, sauger and bluegill.
34,500 acres

$8.95
Dale Hollow
(Fishing Hot Spots)
L119 - 24"x36"
Known nationwide for trophy smallmouth. The world record caught in the water in 1995 (11 pounds, 15 ounces) still stands. Largemouth are common and walleye numbers and quality are increasing. Add rainbow and take trout, muskie, crappie, bluegill and catfish.
21,800 acres
$9.95
  Douglas Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A404 - 24"x36"
One of the most productive waters in East Tennessee. Largemouth bass draw the most attention. Catfish are targeted by both sport fishermen and commercial anglers. Quality crappie and bluegill available.
30,400 acres

$8.95

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Fort Loudon
(Fishing Hot Spots)
L736 - 24"x36"
Fort Loudon is known for producing quality Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass. The lake is popular with tournament anglers. Nearly 85 percent of all black bass caught are largemouth bass. Tournament results since 1993 have shown the lake holds good numbers of fish and high numbers of big fish.
14,600 acres
$9.95
 

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Tellico Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
L735 - 24"x36"
The Tellico Lake is located at the base of the Appalachian Mountains. The lake has cool water with low nutrients. The lake does not support high densities of fish, but largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, white crappie, bluegill, rainbow trout and walleye provide good angling opportunities.
16,056 acres
$9.95
Kentucky Lake - Central
Blood River to Big Sandy
(Fishing Hot Spots)
L121 - 24"x36"
The placement of "secret" brush piles by private parties is a Kentucky Lake tradition. Find some and get into fish like never before. Largemouth in the 8 pound range help make Kentucky Lake one of the nations top bass waters. How about smallies near 7 pounds?
160,300 acres
$9.95
  Kentucky Lake - North
Kentucky Dam to TN/KY State Line
(Fishing Hot Spots)
L120 - 24"x36"
The placement of "secret" brush piles by private parties is a Kentucky Lake tradition. Find some and get into fish like never before. Largemouth in the 8 pound range help make Kentucky Lake one of the nations top bass waters. How about smallies near 7 pounds?
160,300 acres
$9.95
Nickajack Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A405 - 24"x36"
Largemouth bass are found all over the lake. While there is not an overabundance of smallies, fish do reach the 7 pound mark. Both black and white crappie and channel cats available.
10,900 acres
$8.95
  Norris Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A406 - 24"x36"
Bass interest most anglers on Norris with largemouth and smallmouth leading the way. The striper population is on the rebound and 30-50 pound fish are common. Walleye and crappie are present.
34,200 acres

$8.95
Old Hickory Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A407 - 24"x36"
Home of Mabry Harpers world record walleye (41 inches, 25 pounds), however walleye are not targeted by anglers. There is a tremendous largemouth population and quality stripers. Crappie and white bass round out the most popular species.
22,500 acres
$8.95
  J. Percy Priest Lake
(Navionics)
PM5107 - 24"x36"
Three species of black bass, striped bass, Cherokee bass and catfish top the wish list here. Crappie and bluegill provide panfish action. Only 10 miles from Nashville, Priest is considered one of the finest smallmouth lakes in Tennessee. Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
14,200 acres
$12.95
J. Percy Priest Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A408 - 24"x36"
Three species of black bass, striped bass, Cherokee bass and catfish top the wish list here. Crappie and bluegill provide panfish action. Only 10 miles from Nashville, Priest is considered one of the finest smallmouth lakes in Tennessee.
$8.95
  Reelfoot Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A409 - 24"x36"
Created by a violent earthquake in the late 1800's, this flooded area is one of the most fertile and productive lakes in the US. A recent study found it supports 1,250 pounds of fish per acre, including forage, rough and game fish. Probably the best crappie lake in the nation.
15,500 acres

$8.95
Tims Ford Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A410 - 24"x36"
Three species of black bass, striped bass, Cherokee bass and catfish top the wish list here. Crappie and bluegill provide panfish action. Only 10 miles from Nashville, Priest is considered one of the finest smallmouth lakes in Tennessee.
$8.95
  Watts Bar Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A411 - 24"x36"
Strong populations of both large and smallmouth bass. White crappie dominate. White bass, stripers, channel and blue catfish and bluegill top the featured species list.
$8.95

Watts Bar Lake - Central
(Navionics)
PM5049 - 24"x36"
Strong populations of both large and smallmouth bass. White crappie dominate. White bass, stripers, channel and blue catfish and bluegill top the featured species list. Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
38,600 acres
$12.95
 

Watts Bar Lake - West
(Navionics)
PM5050 - 24"x36"
Strong populations of both large and smallmouth bass. White crappie dominate. White bass, stripers, channel and blue catfish and bluegill top the featured species list. Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
38,600 acres
$12.95

Watts Bar Lake - East
(Navionics)
PM5051 - 24"x36"
Strong populations of both large and smallmouth bass. White crappie dominate. White bass, stripers, channel and blue catfish and bluegill top the featured species list. Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
38,600 acres
$12.95
  Woods Reservoir
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A413 - 24"x36"
Trophy largemouth are the draw here. The crappie numbers are excellent, as are those for smallmouth bass. Every so often a musky will sneak up to surprise bass anglers.
3,980 acres

$8.95