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Kentucky Lake

Kentucky Lake

Kentucky Lake is the 25th largest lake in the United States, and the seventh largest as far as man-made lakes are concerned. The surface area covers 250 square miles, or just over 160,000 acres, stretching 184 miles from Gilbertsville, Kentucky to Pickwick Dam in Tennessee. It is the largest body of water between the Great Lakes and the Gulf of Mexico.

Fisherman will enjoy a good largemouth bass population which is a popular target in the spring, summer and fall months. Anglers also love to catch crappie, in which the lake has an abundance. Bluegill and redear sunfish are a popular species in the spring months. And there's always many yellow bass to catch, which creates a fun environment for kids and novice anglers. Fishing guides are available for hire for those wanting to familiarize themselves with Kentucky Lake.

Recreation boaters enjoy Kentucky Lake not only due to its enormous size, but also because it's part of the Great Loop, a waterway circling the eastern United States. Whether it be on houseboats, cruisers, ski boats, or wave runners, pleasure boaters are sure to find Kentucky Lake a wonderful experience.

Nashville, TN

Nashville, Tennessee

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