Fort Loudon Reservoir

Knox - Tennessee

  • 221 catches


  • 71 spots

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.

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Fort Loudon Reservoir Fishing Reports

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  1. 1 1/2 LB Largemouth on the Neko rigged senko

    1 lb. 8 oz. 14 in. Largemouth Bass with a Neko Rigged Senko

  2. 2LB Largemouth on Niko Rigged Senko

    2 lb. 15 in. Largemouth Bass with a Niko Rigged Senko

    1. Tony Alleman 0
      Thanks, John. No apologies necessary. Was a good atmospher in Neyland. At least in the first half. We will get back there. Good luck to the Dawgs the rest of the ...more way and I hope you guys can put it on Florida again this year.
    2. John Reese 0
      good lookn fish. Georgia fan here, sorry about Saturday night
    3. Tony Alleman 0
      Was off the water for almost 2 months with a bad motor. Repowered and this was the first fish back. Feels good being back on the water.
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  3. Striped Bass with a live shad

    1. C Wolf 0
      Nice Fish!
    2. Looks like your at the dam its great fishing there.
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  4. Striped Bass with a Live shad

  5. 3 1/2 LB Large Mouth on a Neko Rigged Senko - Sweet Tater Pie

    3 lb. 8 oz. 19 in. Largemouth Bass with a Neko Rigged Senko

  6. 1 1/2 lb Large Mouth on a Neko Rigged Senko - Sweet Tater Pie

    1 lb. 8 oz. 14 in. Largemouth Bass with a Neko rigged senko

    1. Tony Alleman 0
      Always representing.
    2. steve PORTWOOD 0
      its all because you were wearing the BIG "T", good job,
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  7. This one was only 1 1/2 LB. Did not make the cut for the picture.

    1 lb. 8 oz. 14 in. Largemouth Bass with a Shaky Head

  8. Caught several this day. Multiple locations.

    2 lb. 16 in. Largemouth Bass with a Spinner bait

  9. 4 LB and 2 LB both on spinner bait

    4 lb. 1 oz. 19 in. Largemouth Bass with a Spinner bait

  10. 3 lb. 1 oz. Largemouth Bass with a Lunker City SwimFish

    1. Aldo Rosado 0
      My first 3 lb. Bass was June 16, 1983, I was so happy. I've been bass fishing since the age of 5, but never got any with some size until 1983. I wanted to taxidermy ...more that bass and the taxidermy laughed at me and said she's too small go get you a bigger one. My feelings were hurt. 22 years later I went back into that taxidermy and the owner was still alive and I said do you remember me when I walked in with a 3 lb. Bass and you laughed at me about it in 1983 . He sighed and said what is this about? I sighed and showed him pictures of 100 10 lb. Bass up to 14 lbs. and he said good God all mighty is that you. I said I'm a Professional Bass Angler. I just wanted to tell you that if you had not laughed at me I would've not pushed it harder to do better. You actually made me into a better angler by laughing. He apologized and I said no need to apologize I'm here to tell you thank you, but he was shocked. I gave him a 12 lb. Bass for his wall.

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