Lake Cumberland

Wayne - Kentucky

  • 446 catches

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  • 172 spots

The state record striper (58.25 pounds) was caught on Cumberland. Thirty pounders are available in good numbers. Nice bass a bonus. 50,250 acres

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Lake Cumberland Fishing Reports

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  1. Practicing Social Distancing on Lake Cumberland.

    Smallmouth Bass

    1. check me out when ya get time
    2. Daniel Baker 0
      I call those days a mental health day. Nice smallie, pretty fish.
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  2. Kyle Wilmoth and partner Blaine Mattingly pulled off a win this weekend in a Kentucky Bass Federation High School Series Tournament on Lake Cumberland. Conditions ...more was brutal, High 30s, raining and windy.

    Largemouth Bass

  3. Hybrid Striped Bass with a shiners

    1. check me out when yall get time
    2. Buddy Pierce 0
      great picture!!!
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  4. 17 1/2” rainbow caught on a gulp nightcrawler

    17 in. Rainbow Trout with a Berkley Gulp! 3 in. Fry

    1. check me out when ya get time
  5. 18 in. Smallmouth Bass with a Wacky rig

  6. First time fly fishing, caught 2 rainbow trout and one brown trout, this is one of the rainbows, they were so hard to catch and were slippery suckers, beautiful ...more though.

    1 lb. 7 in. Rainbow Trout

    1. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      nice work!!
  7. 5 lb. 6 oz. 22 in. Smallmouth Bass

    1. Kev Henson 0
    2. Eric Aldridge 0
      Sweet. Back in creek?
    3. Marty Wilburn 0
      Nice Smallmouth
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  8. 5 lb. 6 oz. 22 in. Smallmouth Bass with a swimbait

  9. Smallmouth Bass

    1. Otto Shragal 0
      Beautiful fish. Congrats
    2. Marty Wilburn 0
      Nice Smallmouth
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  10. Smallmouth Bass with a Creek Chubs

    1. Clinton Blackburn 0
      suckers and what we call the horn heads. not sure what they are actually called. lol
    2. Clinton Blackburn 0
      all the way to the backs of the creeks.
    3. Bryan Schuler 0
      Curious which Creek Chub?
    4. Bryan Schuler 0
      Curious which Creek Chub?
    5. Eric Aldridge 0
      Nice. That way back in a creek. Man that water is green!
    6. Jon Mullins 0
      Good catches!
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