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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

April 20, 2017

Lake Level: 1015.90 (Predicted as of midnight April 22, 2017)

Walleye- Slow, but should be starting to hit soon. Walleye are being taken by trolling with spinner and worm combos. Some are being taken under lights at night.

Rockfish- Good using alewives.

Shellcrackers/Bluegill- Bluegill are starting to be taken on crickets. Shellcrackers are being caught using red worms.

Largemouth Bass- Good. Largemouths are being taken off rocky points with crankbaits.

Smallmouth Bass-Being caught in deeper water on fly and rine.

Crappie- Slow durinig the day. Crappie that have been taken during the day are being caught on grubs. They are beginning to show up under the lights at night, and are being taken on minnows.



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