Fort Loudon is known for producing quality largemouth and Smallmouth Bass. The lake is popular with tournament anglers. Nearly 85 percent of all black bass caught are Largemouth Bass.
Little devil ate my crappie jig. Two pound line, and a baby spinning reel with no power. I had to chase him down and ask nicely for my jig back, lol.
My grandson Braxton help me release some fish I weighed in. This was a 2 1/2 pounder. He sure loves to fish and be around it.
Bass interest most anglers on Norris with largemouth and smallmouth leading the way. Solid numbers of both are reported. The striper population is on the rebound. Walleye and Crappie are present.
Strong populations of both large and Smallmouth Bass. White Crappie dominate. White bass, stripers, channel and blue catfish and Bluegill top the featured species list. 38,600 acres
The black bass population on Tims Ford is composed of largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass. Largemouth are the most abundant of the three and are the target of most anglers on the lake.