When it comes to excellent bass fishing, Fort Loudoun Lake is the place to go. Known for its thriving population of largemouth smallmouth and white bass, this lake is also a great place to catch bluegill, sunfish, crappie, and catfish. You’ll find dozens of boat ramps around this 14,500-acre lake. Many people fish from power boats, but the fishing along the 360 miles of shoreline is also good. Since most of the lake is surrounded by private homes, finding a public fishing spot can be tricky. There are several public docks that offer plenty of brush in which crappie and bass like to hide. And if you’re exploring the lake by boat, you’ll find plenty of ledges, channels and humps that provide great gathering spots for large schools of fish.
Fort Loudoun Lake Fish:
Fort Loudoun Lake boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Fort Loudoun Lake.