Tennessee Norris Lake Fishing Hot Spots Map

Tennessee Norris Lake Fishing Hot Spots Map
Tennessee Norris Lake Fishing Hot Spots Map
The first reservoir created by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), Norris Lake was formed in 1936 with the completion of the Norris Dam, which impounded the Clinch River. Though it’s mainly tasked with providing hydroelectric power and flood control, the lake is utilized for several other purposes. The combination of these functions cause large fluctuations in the water level, which can affect angling and other recreational activities. Norris is rendered relatively infertile by shoreline erosion and the resulting loss of nutrients. Because of this, it will never hold as many fish as nearby reservoirs. Still, fishing is quite popular on the lake, and a well-informed angler can be productive. Black bass (largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass), crappie and walleye are all commonly pursued by anglers, though the lake’s reputation traditionally arose from producing large striped bass. The cold water on the bottom of the lake allows for year-round trout fishing in the lake’s tailwater. Featured Species: Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Striped Bass (Rockfish), and Walleye Map Features: Lake Profile Fishery Information Fishing Tips and Techniques 50 Accesses 245 Fishing Points of Interest
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Product Details
This is a style code DV lake map, sized  24x36 or 18x24 inches, folding to 6x9 inches, great for a boat, tackle box or large pocket.  The format of the maps in the DV style have the characteristics of the sample pictures and features listed below.
  Sample of map style and features:
Large Lake MapSize: 24 x 36 or 18 x 24 in. size, folds to 6 x 9 in.
Materials: Made of durable, waterproof material
GPS: Color-coded marked fishing areas, GPS waypoints and grid
Other Features: Shaded contour areas and boat accesses
Small Lake Map