Norris Lake

Union - Tennessee

  • 265 catches

  • 1K+ followers

  • 164 spots

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.

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Norris Lake Fishing Reports

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  1. First cast into feeding fish with birds feeding as well! Caught 2 over 36" this weekend.

    Striped Bass with a 5" swim bait in ghost color

    1. jeff mcelroy 0
      awesome catch
    2. Daniel Mitchel 0
      Nice striper!!
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  2. Near laydown

    3 lb. 3 oz. 20 in. Smallmouth Bass with a IMA Deep Fry 95 (Gold & Green)

    1. David Hilton 0
      That's great
  3. 23” Walleye trolling Strike King 6xd an hour before sunset.

    23 in. Walleye with a Strike King 6xd

    1. Jimbo Harwood 0
      Great fish!!
  4. Striped Bass with a live bait

    1. Very nice! What part of the lake?
    2. Jason Thompson 0
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  5. Details: 3 lb. 6 oz. 204 in. Largemouth Bass with a zoom blue sapphire bug

  6. Striped Bass with a live bait

    1. Marty Murray 0
      Awesome catch... Hard to hold these biguns up for a pic aren't they! Curious what kind of live bait and bait size? Also, trolling I assume and/or how did you ...more catch? Lastly, did you happen to get weight/length or can estimate? Trying to catch more myself.
    2. Timothy Barr 0
      Wow very nice
    3. Brian Wingard 0
      Damn man. Fish on !!!
    4. Awesome catch!!
    5. Will Stewart 0
    6. Darrell McNeal 0
    7. Darrell McNeal 0
      That's a big , nice
    8. Noah Shapiro 0
      Nice one
    9. jeff mcelroy 0
      monster, good fish
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  7. 21” Walleye trolling 15 feet deep.

    Walleye with a Strike King 5xd blue, white, yellow

  8. Lafollette up the valley. Not the best day fishing but any day fishing is a good day :)

    Smallmouth Bass with a plastic worm

    1. It a larger mouth guys
    2. That's a spot! Nice work Jennifer
    3. πŸ™‚
    4. Robert Coleman 0
      Looks like a Spotted Bass! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
    5. πŸ‘πŸ‘Nice.
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  9. 36", 13 lbs in 30' at 3:15 AM. 3 must be the lucky #? I expected it to weigh more!

    13 lb. 36 in. Hybrid Striped Bass with a Live Shad

    1. Rich Pardy 0
      Man what a striper, congrats man!! I need to quit sleeping at 3 am and get out on a dock!!
    2. Marty Murray 0
      You never know what you will catch off a dock in the middle of the night. No boat waves or hot sun to deal with either! Best times for me & quiet too! ;o)
    3. 3:15 am. Dedication!
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  10. Two 13” Crappy from kayak with Berkeley Flickr Shad.

    Crappy with a Berkeley Flickr shad

    1. That seems to be pretty typical.
    2. Drew Mackay 0
      Thanks, I did pretty well the first few days but haven't done much the last few days.
    3. 1 or 2 ounce egg sinker with 2 to 3 foot leader.
    4. Drew Mackay 0
      Hey Michael, when you are fishing with shiners for stripers how do you rig it?
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