Fishing on Norris Lake

With 14 different species of fish, Norris Lake is a prime fishing destination in Tennessee. It is most well known for bass fishing, but you can also catch crappie, trout, bluegill, catfish and more! Its large number of deep water coves, pristine shoreline, and depth make Norris Lake popular for fishing. The best times to go fishing on Norris Lake are the spring months of April, May and June, but you can fish all year long!

When you go fishing on Norris Lake, make sure you have a valid Tennessee fishing license! You can purchase a Tennessee fishing license from the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency website, or a county clerk, sporting goods stores, hardware stores and boat docks. License fees help pay for fishery and hatchery management, habitat development and protection, lake maps and more. Don’t miss out on the chance for a great catch when you go Norris Lake fishing!

3 Rivers Angler

3 Rivers Angler offers guided fishing trips with experienced guides that will take you on a trip of a lifetime fishing the Clinch River for brown and ...

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Clinch River

The Clinch River is nestled in the mountains of East Tennessee, the Clinch tailwater is 13 miles in length and flows from Norris Dam, at River Mile 80...

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Cove Creek Charters

Cove Creek Charters has over forty years of experience fishing Norris Lake. Utilizing various methods of fishing to catch striper and bass, they will ...

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East Tennessee Guide Service

East Tennessee Guide Service offers 4 hour and 8 hour guided fishing trips for some of the best largemouth bass, small mouth bass, and striper on Norr...

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Fish On! Guided Tours

Fish On Guided Tours is a full time guide service operating year round on the Clinch River and Melton Hill Lake. Fish On! has been featured on WBIR's ...

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Jay's Striper Guide Service

Capt’n Jay Girardot, owner and operator of Jay’s Striper Guide Service, specializes in live bait striper fishing in East Tennessee on Norris Lake....

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