Lake Highlights

Reelfoot Lake-

Located in the northwest corner of Tennessee, Reelfoot is noted for fishing, wildlife viewing, and waterfowl
hunting. The 15,000 acre lake was created by a series of earthquakes in 1811-1812 that caused the Mississippi River to flow backwards for a short period of time before land separated the lake from the river. Reelfoot is known for its vast amount of stump fields filled with big healthy white and black crappie!

Pickwick Lake-

Running 50 miles, Pickwick runs through three states, and provides 490 miles of shoreline. Pickwick is a fisherman’s dream! From deep ledges, to shallow flats, it has it all! Here you can expect to catch a lot of big crappie, as well as a great atmosphere with multiple historic restaurants, and sight seeing areas!

Kentucky Lake-

The seventh largest manmade lake in the country covering 250 square miles, and just over 160,000 acres. This historic lake has it all for a memorable fishing getaway. It is choked full of manmade structure, and a abundance of off shore ledges that has made the lakes overall fish population great! You can expect to catch a mix of solid black and white crappie here!