If it’s big fish you’re after, head to Grand Lake O’ The Cherokees. This 46,000-acre lake is home to some giant crappie, catfish, and bass. Located in the northeast corner of the state, this lake offers 460 miles of shoreline to discover. In addition to the giant fish already mentioned, you can also catch bluegill, white bass, hybrid stripers, paddlefish, and bream. You can fish from the shore or venture out on the water using one of the many boat launches. If you don’t have a boat, you can rent one at a boat rental shop or marina – several of which are located around the lake. In the upper regions of the lake, you’ll find some good cover, which provides excellent hiding places for the fish. The boat docks are also a popular place to fish. During the winter and in the hot summer months, the fish tend to move to the deeper water, hiding around humps, islands, and ledges.
Grand Lake O’ The Cherokees Fish:
Grand Lake O’ The Cherokees boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Grand Lake O’ The Cherokees.