Tennessee Fishing Reports, Times, Licenses, and Shops

Fish Species Found in Tennessee

Largemouth Bass,  Bream/Bluegill,  Crappie,  Catfish,  Smallmouth Bass,  Brown Trout,  Carp,  Bullhead,  Rainbow Trout,   and 75 more

Bodies of Water in Tennessee

358 Lakes

9,861 Rivers and Streams

791 Reservoirs

1,180 other

Tennessee Fishing Reports

  "Today 8/10/2019, I caught a Bowfin just north of the bridge from the dyers..." Dyers Creek

  "Jackson Lake is one of my favorite lakes to fish with the family. ..." Jackson Lake

  "Beech Lake near Lexington (TN) is putting out big bass this year - I..." Sycamore Lake

  "From the time I was about 11yrs - 19 yrs (1995-2003) of age, I would fish..." Boyds Creek

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Tennessee Fishing Spots

Alexander Creek 5.7 miles
Ashland Branch 8.1 miles
Belfast Creek 7.7 miles
Benford Creek 8.2 miles
Buchanan Branch 7.1 miles
Caperton Lake 5.3 miles
Clem Creek 5.3 miles
Comstock Branch 3.8 miles
Coops Branch 8.6 miles
Cortner Branch 4.6 miles
Davis Branch 5.9 miles
Dry Branch 6.7 miles
Dryland Creek 3.4 miles
Fall Creek 2.7 miles
Flat Creek 6.2 miles
Holland Branch 8.4 miles
Hurricane Creek 5.2 miles
Ledford Branch 7.9 miles
Mud Creek 8.9 miles
Mud Creek 7.1 miles
Opossum Creek 7.7 miles
Osteen Branch 7.8 miles
Pettus Branch 6.4 miles
Powell Creek 3 miles
Rabbit Branch 4.4 miles
Rich Creek 8.6 miles
Shelbyville Dam 7.1 miles
Simmons Branch 8.6 miles
Snake Creek 5.1 miles
Spring Creek 8.3 miles
Sugar Creek 4.4 miles
Sutton Creek 5.8 miles
Swings Lake 5 miles
Taylor Branch 8.6 miles
Weakly Creek 5.4 miles
Wilson Creek 7.2 miles
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Tennessee Fishing Licenses

Join us as we discuss the Tennessee Fishing License options, fishing rules and fishing regulations. Please remember to check with the local Fish and Wildlife department to ensure the Fishing Spot is open to the public, and respect all signs indicating private property or restricting access.

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Fishing in the state of Tennessee, there are plenty of bodies of water to choose from. In fact, there are 12,190 bodies of water where fishing could be possible, such as Chickamauga Lake, Red River and Old Hickory Lake. Fish for Catfish, Crappie or Bullhead or one of the other 33 fish found in this state; and if you need gear get your fly fishing gear, baitcasting setup, trolling equipment, or spincasting gear out and find your new honey hole.