Buckhorn Lake and its tailwater sit nestled among the foothills of the Appalachians, where anglers come to fish for bass, crappie, and muskie. This 1,230-acre body of water sits in the eastern-central area of Kentucky. Monster muskies and some aggressive bass catches put this fishing spot on the map. You’ll find many great opportunities for fishing along the 60-mile shoreline. Those fishing by boat can access the lake at one of the several public boat ramps. You’ll find some hefty, 30-40-inch muskies in the tailwater. The best time head to the lake or tailwater to pursue these fish is from February to March. Don’t pass up this fine fishing destination!
Buckhorn Lake and Tailwater Fish:
Buckhorn Lake and Tailwater boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Buckhorn Lake and Tailwater.