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Lake Cumberland provides the perfect spot to reel in your next trophy striped bass during your stay at Jamestown Resort and Marina! These bass, or Stripers are they are affectionately referred to throughout the area, commonly measure more than two feet in length, and are a thrill to catch for anglers of all skill levels. Need help finding your...
With the headwaters of the Kentucky River only six miles away, the Pinecrest Camp Lodge is the perfect hub for your Kentucky fishing getaway. Pinpoint a spot, cast a reel and kick back, and admire the grandeur of the surrounding Daniel Boone National Forest. Your next trophy fish awaits!
There is plenty of great fishing for almost all species of freshwater fish including crappie, white bass, catfish and blue gill when you plan your trip to the Bluegrass State! And, the resident fishing guide at King Creek is one of the best crappie guides on Kentucky Lake! Whether you are an experienced angler, or just learning the basics of...
Bass, pan fish, catfish, and sauger lurk in the waters of Kentucky Lake, waiting to be lured in by you on your Kentucky Lake fishing vacation. Bring your own fishing boat along or rent one and head out with an experienced Big Bear Resort fishing guide. Stock up on bait and tackle at the marina!
Kentucky Beach Resort has a unique location on the Blood River offering unbeatable Kentucky Lake fishing. The resort provides fishing supplies plus boat and pontoon rentals for days on calm waters with little boat traffic - excellent for crappie fishing, plus bluegill, catfish, and bass of all kinds.
Great care and years of experience have gone into creating the lodge's private, man-made bass fishing lake. Enjoy the fruits of this labor with excellent fly fishing, or try the new "Cast and Blast" package. Get a taste of the lodge's excellent hunting and fishing in one unique trip!
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One of Kentucky's greatest creations has a big fish story similar to many of the nations' great waterways. It was born upon the completion of the Barkley Dam and impounded by the U.S. Army Corps of... more