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The True Tennessee Walleye Experience
Catching Walleyes Down South

Tennessee walleye fishing today provides anglers with a significantly improved walleye fishing experience from past years. Most anglers are not familiar with the high quality walleye fishing that can be found in Tennessee. In the past quality walleye fishing was somewhat hard to come by in this state. However, in recent years, the state of Tennessee has breathed new life into the walleye fishing sport.

Today the best areas of the state for walleye fishing can be found in the central and eastern lakes in the state.

Old Hickory Lake and Norris Lake traditionally have strong high quality walleye populations. Watauga Lake, Dale Hollow, and Center Hill have also been identified as being some of the top walleye producers in Tennessee. Center Hill's walleye population is smaller, but the walleye population continues to increase each year. You will most likely not find trophy sized fish on this lake, but in the years to come they may become more common on this body of water. Currently, one of the easiest ways to find walleye on this lake is near the Ragland Bottoms access ramps. Late winter and the beginning of spring tend to offer the best walleye fishing times as the walleye spawn upstream in rivers during these months.

During the spring, Tennessee walleye will move into feeder streams connected to the lakes to spawn. If the lake is completely closed off from other water sources then walleye tend to spawn in areas of the lake that have shallow bars or in areas near deeper water. Top places for spring walleye fishing are usually found around dams and in spots where creeks and rivers open up into larger cold water lakes. Slow trolling methods in these areas are highly recommended.

Nightcrawlers and spinners are the bait of choice. Many anglers will dip their nightcrawlers in worm-glo to make them a bright green color. Crankbaits are highly popular throughout Tennessee as well. On Old Hickory Lake there are a few deep spots were banks have fallen away. Walleye tend to be present in these areas where there have been rocky slides. In the summer anglers should troll in the deeper areas of the state's lakes and rivers for walleye. Fishing at dusk and dawn during the summer will offer anglers the most success. Topwater plugs have even been found effective during the later evening and night time hours.

Tennessee walleye fishing has increasingly improved over the last years from quality stocking that has taken place throughout the state. There are varied restrictions on walleye fishing throughout the state of Tennessee. These regulations can also be varied depending on the body of water and where fishing is taking place. There are also many strict regulations regarding the types of baits allowed for walleye fishing in many regions of the state. As a result, anglers need to make sure that they are keenly aware of the regulations for the areas that they are fishing.


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