Watts Bar Lake's unlimited coves and islands with natural sand beaches make an idea lake for all water sports. It is fed by three major rivers and at least six large creeks. Anglers may choose from wide-open flats to narrow winding river channels in which to fish. There are plenty of jumbo crappie as well as lunker largemouth and small mouth bass and trophy stripers. The abundance of most types of fresh water fish will provide lasting memory for the avid fisherman. Watts Bar is particularly suited for family vacations with numerous commercial resorts and boat docks.
Watts Bar Lake provides an abundance of fresh water fish. Largemouth, (April-June) daytime, (July-Aug.) at night. Smallmouth, (Oct-Dec.). Bluegill (summer, willowfly in July) Crappie, (spring and fall), Catfish, (June-Aug.) June when spawning. White Bass (Aug.-Sept.) Strippers, (Oct.-Nov.) at Moon Island, spring and fall at Thrift Neck Island and below dam. Sauger, (below dam Nov.-Feb.)
Address: From Spring City, TN, take Hwy 29 S to Hwy 68 E. Follow signs to dam.
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