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Smith Fishing Adventures LLC
Smith Fishing Adventures LLC

Harrison • 17 ft • 2 persons

Based out of Harrison (Chattanooga area), Smith Fishing Adventures LLC is your ticket to a memorable time on the water.

"First, I’d like to thank our incredible guide and captain, Greg!" —⁠ Hannah,
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trips fromUS $190
Knoxville Fishing Guide Service
Knoxville Fishing Guide Service

Kodak • 18 ft • 3 persons

***Catch and release only*** Knoxville Fishing Guide Service is a friendly river guide business run by Jason Jeffrey, offering full and half day fishing trips on the Clinch , French Broad, and Holston Rivers.

"My sons and I met Jason for a morning fishing excursion on the French Broad River in mid-June." —⁠ Laura,
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trips fromUS $325
FishNashville Hybrid/Striper
FishNashville Hybrid/Striper

Mt. Juliet • 22 ft • 24 persons

FishNashille’s team of elite guides are on the water chasing hybrids and stripers every day in order to ensure their clients a great day on the water catching fish.

"Absolutely thrilled with our fishing trip with Brian from Fish Nashville!" —⁠ Robert,
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trips fromUS $300
Striper Bandit Guide Service
Striper Bandit Guide Service

Morristown • 26 ft • 6 persons

Striper Bandit Guide Service is located in Morristown, TN and offers to show you a memorable time on beautiful Cherokee Lake in East Tennessee.

"Jamie was GREAT! This was my 1st time fishing for strippers." —⁠ Vincent,
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trips fromUS $350
StriperXtreme Guide Service
StriperXtreme Guide Service

Rutledge • 24 ft • 5 persons

StriperXtreme is freshwater fishing charter run by Captain Bobby Crabtree during the entire year.

"Fantastic morning fishing with Captain Bobbie Crabtree for striped bass." —⁠ Tim,
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trips fromUS $350
Cherokee Lake Fishing Charter
Cherokee Lake Fishing Charter

Rutledge • 23 ft • 6 persons

Launching out of Rutledge, Tennessee, Cherokee Lake Fishing Charter is offering fun-packed fishing trips on the bountiful Cherokee Lake.

"We went out immediately following the Independence Day holiday, so the fish were skittish." —⁠ Kelly,
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trips fromUS $350
Running River Fishing Charter
Running River Fishing Charter

Middle Valley • 20 ft • 2 persons

If you’re ready to love fishing in Middle Valley, book a trip with Running River Fishing Charter.

"We didn’t catch the big one but we caught a few nice ones." —⁠ Scott,
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trips fromUS $250
Big Ridge River Guides
Big Ridge River Guides

Sevierville • 19 ft • 3 persons

If you're here to make the most of fishing in Sevierville and throughout the knoxville area look no further than Big Ridge River Guides.

"Me and my 14 year old son Kasyn went fishing with Ridge on July 16, 2024." —⁠ Bob,
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trips fromUS $375
Markybob Catfishing
Markybob Catfishing

Kingston • 24 ft • 6 persons

Quality Catfishing with Markybob Catfishing on Watts Bar. With 25+ years of Catfishing for Blue, Flathead, and Channel Cats, Captain Mark can put you on Catfish.

"We were a family group of five spanning 3 generations and Mark was easily comfortable with all of us." —⁠ Lauri,
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Skylar Hamilton Guide Service
Skylar Hamilton Guide Service

Dandridge • 21 ft • 3 persons

If you’re in the market for a day to remember, look no further than Skylar Hamilton Guide Service.

"One of the best fishing experiences ever.  While on vacation in the Great Smoky Mountains and staying in Jefferson County, I wanted to experience the great fishing that East Tennessee had to offer." —⁠ Josh, Virginia
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trips fromUS $350
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fishing Charters in Tennessee

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Angeln in Tennessee

Cast your line here once, and it’s easy to become a Tennessee fishing fanatic. This landlocked state boasts some of the best freshwater fishing in the United States, a secret that more anglers are discovering each year. Many visit “The Volunteer State” to experience the heart and soul of country music, which draws inspiration from The Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee’s mighty rivers, and other wonders this state has in store. This rich land holds dozens of lakes, man-made reservoirs, and more than 20,000 miles of streams. For anglers, this translates into a whole lot of action—from fly fishing to Catfish “noodling.”

Top Fishing Spots in Tennessee

Reelfoot Lake

Reelfoot is one of the smaller fishing Lakes in TN (12,000 acres), but it boasts the biggest reputation. Tucked away in the northwest corner of the state, Reelfoot Lake offers the best Crappie, Bluegill, and Bass fishing in the south (in that order). In fact, the Crappie fishing here so good that Reelfoot Lake supports the only commercial Panfish fishery in the U.S.. While Largemouth Bass are only the third most popular catch in these waters, don’t let that give you the wrong impression—the fishing is excellent.

Douglas Lake

When it comes to Crappie fishing in Tennessee, Douglas Lake is second only to Reelfoot. You can also catch Bass here throughout the year, with local Largemouths growing as large as 12 lbs in spring. This fishing hole is located less than an hour’s drive east of Knoxville, which makes it relatively accessible compared to its competition.

Dale Hollow

Located right at the top of the state, Dale Hollow Lake is practically synonymous with Tennessee Bass fishing. In fact, the world record Smallmouth Bass was caught right here in 1955, as well as the 3 heaviest Smallmouths ever recorded. These legendary game fish reach their peak between March and May, but continue to produce fantastic action on summer nights. Good fishing continues through winter, but the pace is much slower. Dale Hollow also holds Largemouth Bass, White Bass, and loads of Crappie. In December and January, anglers here have the opportunity to catch Muskellunge, as well.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

For the best Trout fishing in Tennessee, look no further than the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Here you can cast your line for native Brook Trout in hundreds of miles of streams. The well-known Little River also hosts Rainbow and Brown Trout, as well as Smallmouth Bass.

Tennessee River and More

Anglers in Tennessee are lucky enough to get wind of this river twice, both in the east and along the state’s western border. More than anything, the Tennessee River is famous for producing monster Catfish (the Cumberland and Mississippi Rivers are equally notable). Tennessee is home to more than 22 species of Catfish, the most common being Blue, Channel, and Flathead. The state record is a 112-lb Blue caught in the Cumberland River.

As if the sheer size of these bruiser were not enough, many people like to add a little intrigue by “noodling” for Tennessee Catfish. This method, also called “grabbling” or “hand fishing,” is a hands-on approach which involves pulling Catfish directly out of holes and crevices in the river (recommended for children age 13 and up).

Need to Know

Budget

Considering just how fantastic the angling here is, the cost of hiring a Tennessee fishing guide for the day seems like a steal! Half day trips (4-6 hours) cost $200-$300, while full days (7-8 hours) range from $250-$500, depending on the size of your group. Most guides run small jet boats or drift boats that can carry 2-3 passengers.

Specialty trips like Catfish noodling tend to be more expensive, starting at $300-$400 for the first person with an additional $200-$300 for each guest after that.

Regulations

Anglers age 16 and older must purchase a TN fishing license. Resident anglers between age 13-15 need to carry a youth license. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency offers two types of recreational fishing licenses: one which covers all species, and one which covers all species except for Trout. You must purchase a Trout-inclusive license if you plan to fish for this species.

Some locations such as the Reelfoot Lake require a special permit in addition to a fishing license. Size and bag limits apply to most species, and these vary depending on the lake, stream, or reservoir you fish in. See local regulations ahead of time, or hire a local guide who will help you fish responsibly.

Techniques

Tennessee fishing methods vary depending on the species and the time of year. Casting, jigging, and popping are common techniques used to catch many fish in the lakes. It’s also common to troll for Walleye and to fly fish for Bass, Trout, and Musky.

With over 300 species of fish to catch and many exciting ways to do it, there’s no doubt a fishing trip in Tennessee will be one to remember!

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January

The start of the year can be a great time to target Smallmouth Bass on Dale Hollow or Blue Catfish on the Tennessee River. The bite tends to be slower, so patience and a warm outfit are key!

February

You can continue to enjoy good fishing for Smallmouth Bass on Dale Hollow, or try your luck fishing for Stripers on the lower half of Norris Lake.

March

Smallmouth Bass fishing is picking up momentum on Dale Hollow, while Crappie are becoming more active on Kentucky Lake and Percy Priest. 

April

Largemouth Bass are beginning to bite more. Try your luck in Pickwick Lake and other waters using a shallow-to-medium diving crankbait in shad colors.

May

Largemouth Bass are still at their peak, while many other species are also giving anglers in TN a run for their money! Grab a guide and come catch Bass, Sauger, Trout, Catfish and more!

June

Smallmouth Bass are past their peak, but fishing for them at night is still spectacular. Cast your line in deeper parts of the lakes to catch big Bluegill.

July

In July, you can enjoy excellent fishing for Catfish on the Mississippi River and Largemouth Bass in Kentucky Lake. 

August

Anglers throughout the state are hooking into Largemouth Bass left and right. Head to Reelfoot Lake for remarkable Bluegill fishing and mix things up a little.

September

Autumn is a great time to fish for Striped Bass, especially in the headwaters of Norris Lake. Meanwhile, Trout and Smallmouth Bass are ready to give you the fight of your life!

October

Head to Great Smoky Mountains National Park for a slice of the Trout fishing TN is famous for, or enjoy catching Crappie and Largemouths in the lakes.

November

Even as winter approaches, you can expect excellent fishing in Tennessee. Largemouth Bass, Trout, Crappie, and more are biting in waters state-wide.

December

Come December, anglers on Dale Hollow have a chance to fish for Musky. Bass and Crappie will continue providing action all through winter, but expect the bite to be slower.

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