The Eastern Tennessee Fishing Map Guide is a thorough, easy-to-use collection of detailed contour lake maps, fish stocking data, and the best fishing spots and tips from area experts.
The book features fishing maps, detailed area road maps and exhaustive fishing information for Eastern Tennessee’s truly unique fishing waters, including several TVA reservoirs nestled in the mountains and some of the state's best trout streams. It’s all wrapped up in this handy, 240-page, 8 ½ x 11” spiral-bound volume.
Features editorial by Jeff Samsel, Larry Self and Vernon Summerlin.
Whether you’re after stripers on Cherokee Lake, smallies on Watauga Lake or trout on the South Holston River, you'll find all the information you need to help you enjoy a successful day out on the water on one of Tennessee’s many excellent fisheries.
Know your waters. Catch more fish with the Eastern Tennessee Fishing Map Guide.
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Includes maps and fishing information for these lakes:
|Boone Reservoir aka Boone Lake||4,520||Sullivan, Washington|
|Calderwood Reservoir||536||Blount, Monroe|
|Campbell Cove Lake||77||Polk|
|Cherokee, Lake||30,300||Grainger, Hamblen, Hawkin|
|Davy Crockett aka Nolichucky Reservoir||Greene|
|Douglas Lake aka Douglas Reservoir||30,600||Cocke, Hamblin, Jefferson|
|Fort Loudoun Lake||14,600||Blount, Knox, Loudon|
|Fort Patrick Henry Lake||893||Sullivan|
|Holston Lake, South||6,336||Sullivan|
|Indian Boundary Lake||96||Monroe|
|Indian Mountain State Park Lakes||21||Campbell|
|Melton Hill Lake||5,720||Anderson, Kent, Knox, Lou|
|Norris Lake||34,200||Anderson, Campbell, Claib|
|Parksville aka Lake Ocoee||1,930||Bradley, Polk|
|Tellico Reservoir aka Tellico Lake||16,056||Blount, Loudon, Monroe|
|Watauga Lake||6,430||Carter, Johnson|
Includes maps and fishing information for these watersheds:
|Clear Fork of the Cumberland Watershed|
|Clinch River (Upper) Watershed|
|Clinch River Watershed|
|Conasauga River Watershed|
|Fort Loudoun Lake Watershed|
|French Broad River (Lower) Watershed|
|French Broad River Watershed|
|Hiwassee River Watershed|
|Holston River (North Fork) Watershed|
|Holston River (South Fork) Watershed|
|Holston River Watershed|
|Little Tennessee River Watershed|
|Nolichucky River Watershed|
|Ocoee River Watershed|
|Pigeon River Watershed|
|Powell River Watershed|
|Watauga River Watershed|