One of Tennessee’s top fishing destinations is Cordell Hull Reservoir. The fishing in this 13,920-acre reservoir attracts fishermen from all over the nation. The habitat here is great for fish and includes many rocky banks, bluffs, points, and spots with thick vegetation. Here you’ll find plenty of walleye, sauger, stripers, hybrid striped bass, white bass, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, catfish, crappie sunfish and paddlefish. You can fish from the 380 miles of shoreline, or head out on a boat using one of the more than twenty boat ramps. If you want to plan a weekend excursion with the family, there are several nearby camping options.
Cordell Hull Reservoir Fish:
Cordell Hull Reservoir boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Cordell Hull Reservoir.