Fishing

@ Dale Hollow

The average water temperatures of Dale Hollow Lake ranges from 45-80 degrees, and the deepest area of the lake is in the main channel near the dam, totaling 130 feet. Dale Hollow Lake is one of the few lakes in Tennessee, and our nation, that provides an unobstructed view of nature and natural beauty at its best due to the restrictions of private boat docks and the removal of trees from the shorelines.

The quality of the water in Dale Hollow Lake is important for the Dale Hollow National Fish Hatchery, located below the dam. The hatchery is the largest federal trout hatchery east of the Mississippi River, producing 1.5 million trout per year, totaling 300,000 pounds. Dale Hollow Lake is a popular wintering area for the bald eagle, our American symbol. These beautiful birds can generally be observed from mid-December to mid-February.

Annual Dale Hollow Bass Classic
34th Annual
FALL DALE HOLLOW BASS CLASSIC
Hosted by Byrdstown-Pickett Co. Chamber & Star Point Resort
Fish Dale Hollow Lake for trophy smallmouth and largemouth Bass! $500 Big Fish Winner each day, as well as other cash prizes. Entry fee is $150 per boat, two-man buddy system. Call or download the application form to sign up.
Oct 26 to 27, 2019
931-864-7195
4th Annual
4th Annual
SPRING BASS CLASSIC 2018
Hosted by Sunset Marina
$150 entry fee for the first 150 boats. Come experience spring bass fishing, tournament style, on world-renowned Dale Hollow Lake! Entry forms may be picked up at Byrdstown Town Hall in early 2018. Registration begins at 9 a.m. on TBA, 2018 at Byrdstown Town Hall.
Apr 14 to 15, 2018
(931) 864-6215