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Welcome to KentuckyLake.com, your number-one source for all things Kentucky Lake, including the regularly updated Kentucky Lake fishing reports as well as Lake Barkley Fishing Reports. Whether you are heading out for a brisk February afternoon of fishing for crappie and black bass or enjoying a late-summer evening of bluegill fishing, our Kentucky Lake fishing reports give you what you need to know. Find out what's biting and even a few tips and tricks from fishing guides who have grown up fishing the waters of Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. It's all about the thrill and experience.

North Lake Barkley and Kentucky Lake Fishing Reports
Kick'n Bass Guide Service Report
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Summer is in full swing here at Kentucky Lake! 90-degree highs on some days have been nice with a light breeze. Of course we are also experiencing the occasional gully-washer too. Overall the weather and the fishing are hot and in the summer swing right now. Water temp has been holding at about 80.5 degrees in the morning and heating up a few degrees on the sunny days. Crappies, whitebass, yellowbass, bluegill, catfish of all kinds and largemouth are being caught from the KnB toon.."
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(Updated 6/10/19
Brandon Hunter's Fishing Report
" Summer is here and the hot days and warm nights will have the bass fishing heating up for the next few weeks. The water temps are getting pretty stable in the low 80s and the post spawn fish that move out are well on their way..
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(Updated 6/6/19) 
Shell Diver's Guide Service Report
"On May 21st I had a really good day of fishing in real shallow water at the back end of a creek on Lake Barkley. We caught all those bass on trick worms casting to shallow wood and by flipping the bushes with creature baits. The area we were fishing had significantly cooler water and the bass were very healthy and fat!y.. ".
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(Updated 5/28/19)
Big Kahuna's Fishing Report
" On the fishing end of the spectrum  it was a tough spring in my boat. I will say that the Crappie fishing in my boat was a struggle, and leave it at that. I was able to find some White and Yellow Bass on some days to mix in with what Crappie we could capture. As of late things have shown some improvement. I have had some days where I was able to make some pretty good catches of Bluegill, and White Bass. s..
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(Updated 5/21/19) 
Capt. Kirk's Fishing Report
" I didn't fish this past weekend but lots of people did.  I drove by four ramps and all were full of empty trailors.  Talked with about eight boaters who had fished and every boat had the same story...NO FISH!  Not surprising with such dramatic change in weather. Although I'm sure a few others caught fish.  A month ago I was catching them pretty good.  I plan on catching 'em again soon! ."
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(Updated 2/4/19)

South Lake Barkley & Kentucky Lake / Blood River Area Fishing Reports
Scott Patton Fishing Report

Finally, it’s trying to turn Fall, it’s something I have been waiting for and I’m sure a lot of you guys have been also. I’m starting to catch a few more good fish on topwater, my favorite of course is the Lucky Craft Gun Fish and Sammy! But I always have a buzzbait and other style top water nearby. You have to let the fish tell you what they want. Normally shad patterns are what the bass are looking for here on Kentucky lake.


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{Updated 9/27/2018)
Tennessee State (updates weekly)
General Fishing Reports (both Lakes)
USACE Lake Barkley (updates weekly)

Notice:  The fishing reports shown on this site are provided to you as a insight from our top fishing guides around Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Kentucky Lake fishing Reports and Lake Barkley fishing reports are updated when the guides submit them.  

 


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