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Tennessee Fishing

Fishing in Tennessee

Tennessee is home to 30 different kinds of fish. And, thanks to the efforts of the Tennessee Valley Authority and the US Army Corps of Engineers, Tennessee is home to the “Great Lakes of the South”. With more than 29 big lakes in public province, you will have multiple opportunities to fish for striped, largemouth, small mouth and white bass, rainbow trout, walleye, Muskie, crappie and catfish to name just a few.

Fly Fishing in Tennessee

Tennessee has some great rivers for fly fishing. If you are interested in learning about fly fishing or fly tying we recommend visiting The Dubbing Teasers website. This fly fishing family has about a century of experience and shares that experience in a collection of DVDs. You won't find a group of nicer folks that love the sport and like to share it with others. For kids and Boy Scouts make sure to check out Knack's DVD that will help your scout get his fly fishing merit badge.

Tennessee Non-Residents Fishing License

3 day all species- $30.50
3 day no trout- $10.50
10 day no trout - $15.50
Annual no trout - $26
Annual all species -$51

Fishing in Georgia

If you're going to be fishing in Georgia as well please view our Georgia fishing page for information and regulations on fishing in the Peach State.

Fishing Picture by Feel NY Yankee