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Norris Lake has over 56 species of fish. The clear deep waters of Norris Lake create a perfect habitat for stripers, walleye, largemouth, smallmouth, bluegill, catfish and black crappie. Famous for its trophy-size stripers, walleye and catches of black crappie, Norris has become a favorite destination for anglers across the country. Ask for fishing tips at the dock before your trip. Want a fishing report that you don't see here? Call us at (423) 626-5826.


Straight Creek Boat Dock
Fishing Report

May 3, 2016

Lake Level: 1011.21 (Predicted as of midnight May 5, 2016

Walleye- Slow but should start being seen and caught under lights in two to three weeks.

Rockfish- Slowing down, but those that have been caught are being caught on alewives.

Shellcrackers/Bluegill- Good. Bluegill are being caught on crickets. Shellcrackers are being caught on pieces of worms. Bluegill and shellcrackers are being caught around brush or rock ledges.

Largemouth Bass- Beginning to be caught on flukes or spinner baits. Chartreuse seems to be the best color.

Smallmouth Bass-Being caught on pig n jig. Green or Brown seems to be the best color.

Crappie- Slow. Night crappie fishing should begin to pick up in two to three weeks.



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