Bill Dance Signature Lakes currently include lakes in all three regions of the state, touching several state parks and Tennessee counties.
Brown's Creek Lake
Located in Natchez Trace State Park, this 167 acre beauty includes a boat launching ramp, fish attractors, fishing pier and rental boats.
This 36,240 acre reservoir on the Tennessee River boasts 40 miles of shoreline and is home to stockings of crappie, walleye, and Florida largemouth bass.
Dale Hollow Lake
Situated on the Kentucky/Tennessee border, this 27,700 acre reservoir is home to the current world record smallmouth bass.
With 555 miles of farmland and residential shoreline, this lake has ample amounts of different fish for anglers.
Fall Creek Falls Lake
Fall Creek Falls lake is located in one of Tennessee’s largest and most visited state parks that sprawls over 20,000 acres across the eastern top of the rugged Cumberland Plateau.
Herb Parsons Lake
Located in Fayette County, this 177-acre lake is a great spot for catfish and crappie.
This 160,000-acre reservoir on the Tennessee River is the largest artificial lake by surface area in the United States east of the Mississippi River.
This 1000-acre lake is located in Carroll County and is complete with a boat launching ramp, fish attractors, a fishing pier, and rental boats.
With a max width of 1.2 miles and a max depth of 210 feet, this 34,200-acre reservoir is the largest lake on a tributary of the Tennessee River.
Old Hickory Lake
Situated on the Cumberland River, this 22,500-acre reservoir is owned and operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers.
This Tennessee Valley Authority reservoir is 43,100 acres of serious fishing. It’s home to major sport species including Largemouth, Smallmouth, and Spotted Bass. Bluegill, Redear, Sunfish, and Catfish.
Located in the upper northwest corner of the state, this 10,247-acre lake is the largest natural lake in the state.
Tims Ford Lake
This 10,700 acre lake has 250 miles of shorelines, is bordered by 5 cities, and has six islands that are accessible for camping and exploring.