Find largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, sunfish, blue and channel catfish brimming in this TWRA (Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency) lake on Oak Dain Creek in Hardeman County. Whiteville Lake is on Oak Dain Creek in Hardeman County, Tennessee and is used for recreation purposes. It was built in 1943. It has a normal surface area of 147 acres. It is owned by Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA). Whiteville Lake is of earthen construction. Its height is 21.5 feet with a length of 1450 feet. Its capacity is 1853 acre feet. Normal storage is 666 acre feet. It drains an area of 12.04 square miles. Whiteville Lake fishing tip: Try bluegill fishing with worms and crickets. Look for bream beds in shallow water, appearing as indentations about two feet in diameter in the bottom 12-18 inches underwater.
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