Tennessee Fishing Destinations

Indian Boundary Lake

Black Crappie Blue Catfish Bluegill and 4 more species

Indian Boundary Lake, located in Tennessee, is a popular fishing destination known for its diverse fish species and beautiful scenery. Anglers can expect to catch smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, sunfish, and catfish.

In addition to fishing, visitors can enjoy hiking, camping, boating, and swimming in the calm, clear waters of the lake. The nearby Cherokee National Forest offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities and exploring.

Anglers looking to catch smallmouth bass should focus on fishing in rocky areas, while largemouth bass tend to congregate around submerged logs and vegetation. Crappie can be found near the dam, and bluegill and sunfish are abundant throughout the lake.

The best time to visit Indian Boundary Lake for fishing is from March to May and September to November. During these times, the average temperature ranges from 50-70 degrees Fahrenheit, making for comfortable fishing conditions.

Some helpful fishing tips for Indian Boundary Lake include using live bait, such as worms or minnows, and fishing during the early morning or late afternoon when the fish are most active. Additionally, anglers should consider using light tackle and fishing in shallow areas for the best results.

Overall, Indian Boundary Lake is a great fishing and outdoor destination for anglers of all skill levels. With its abundant fish species, nearby activities, and beautiful scenery, it's definitely worth a visit. Get driving directions.

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Fish Species

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Crappies are members of the sunfish and the black bass family.

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This is the largest catfish of the family Ictaluridae, reported to grow to 120 lb. (54 kg).

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Today the bluegill is one of the most popular panfish species in North America.

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The kelp bass, a member of a large group of seabasses, which inhabit the eastern Pacific, is a robust fish ...

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There is no doubt that the smallmouth bass rivals the largemouth in popularity.

Boat Launches

Access Ramp
Toqua Boat Ramp
Notchy Creek Boat Ramp
Maloney Road Park Boat Ramp
Ballplay Boat Ramp
Fairview Road 2418, Madisonville
Citico Boat Ramp
Highway 28, Fontana Dam
Fontana Road 12574, Robbinsville
South Northshore Drive 10920-11098, Knoxville
Neyland Greenway University Of Tennessee
T V A Access Blount County
Topside Road 2317, Louisville
Morganton Cemetery Road Loudon County
Cherokee Drive 1003, Vonore
Connatser Drive 999, Loudon County
Loudon Highway 29272, Loudon County
Meigs County
Calderwood Highway 6676, Blount County
Calderwood Highway Blount County
Slickrock Creek Trail Monroe County
Meadow Branch Road Graham County
Cable Cove Road Graham County
Joyce Kilmer Road 1986, Graham County
County Road 641 Russell County
Shepard Hollow Road Russell County
Indian Boundary Boat Ramp Monroe County
Great Smoky Mountains Expressway 5453, Jackson County
Church Street Jackson County
Wells Springs Road Campbell County
Claiborne County
Highway 33 South 5799, Claiborne County
Boat Access Claiborne County
Sr 65 Dungannon
Big Cherry Road Wise County
Lake Keokee Loop Lee County
Lake Haven Road 999, Farragut
New Henderson Road Anderson County
Solway Park Oak Ridge
Morgan County Highway 3098, Wartburg
James White Parkway Knoxville
Massey Branch Road 1184, Robbinsville
Canada Road 14091, Tuckasegee
Cable Cove Road, Fontana Dam
Joyce Kilmer Road 1920, Robbinsville
Mead's Quarry Lake Ramp
Co Op Road 4406, Rockford
Alcoa Highway Knoxville
Alcoa Water Plant Boat Ramp
Louisville Boat Ramp
Mountain View Road 332, Norris
2nd Avenue Scott County
Melton Hill Park Boat Ramp
Melton Hill Dam Boat Ramp