Reel in good times when you fish in Tennessee. With plenty of great lakes, streams and bountiful fishing holes across the state, Tennessee is quite the catch!
Find stocked ponds at Tennessee's pay lakes and fish farms, or let one of our knowledgeable guides lead you to some of the lesser known fishing destinations. For skilled anglers, Tennessee's fishing tournaments offer big prizes for big catches. Fish for fun in Tennessee!
Cherokee Park Campground
Cherokee Park, a beautiful 178 acre public park on the banks of pristine Cherokee Lake, features 74 campsites equipped with water and electrical hook-ups, and bathrooms with hot showers and a dump-station for self-contained trailer rigs. Cherokee Park offers picnic pavilions, Disc Golf Course, public restrooms, boat launch area, marina, and children's playground areas. ...more
Cherokee Rod & Gun Club
Facilities include lighted outdoor pistol and rifle ranges, trap and skeet shooting, muzzle loading, black powder cartridge shooting, archery range with Rinehart 3-D Targets set in an unique hunting environment, easy walking trails, fishing. Adult and youth leagues, youth and adult educational programs, NRA instructor courses, turkey shoots, military weapons match and Service Rifle Clinic. ...more
Cherry Hill Farm
Cherry Hill Farm is a local, family owned farm and is nestled among the rolling hills of middle Tennessee. Located in Dickson County 45 minutes west of Nashville, we are easily accessible to those who are looking for a fun family weekend outing. ...more
Chickamauga Reservoir, with 810 miles of shoreline, has 35,400 square acres of surface area. It was constructed for the purpose of electric power, flood control, navigation, recreation, an adequate supply of water and other related benefits. ...more
Chickasaw National Wildlife Refuge
Chickasaw National Wildlife Refuge lies in the Lower Mississippi River floodplain along the Chickasaw Bluff in western Tennessee. Chickasaw NWR currently encompasses 25,006 acres and includes the largest block of bottomland hardwood forest in Tennessee. ...more
Chickasaw State Park
Chickasaw State Rustic Park is situated on some of the highest terrain in west Tennessee, with water recreation on Lakes Placid and La Joie. Chickasaw was one of Tennessee’s earliest state parks and has always been a place of classic state park recreation, nature, and scenery in an historic environment. ...more
Clearwater Canoe Rental & RV Park
If you are thinking of a canoe trip or just want to lie back and camp on the Buffalo River, Clear Water Canoe Rental will give you the excellent service you deserve. Over 1/2 mile of scenic river bank to camp and have a good time fishing. ...more
A wonderful river to fly fish, bring a stealthy approach, delicate presentation and small flies to the Clinch River, one of America’s premier trout streams. The Clinch tailwaters flow 13 miles from Norris Dam, at River Mile 80, to Highway 61 Bridge in Clinton, Tennessee, at River Mile 67 and can be accessed at several locations. ...more