Fishing

Find the best places to fish in Kentucky

Kentucky is an angler's paradise. From two of the largest man-made lakes in the country, Kentucky and Barkley Lakes, to great streams and creeks, there are plenty of places to wet a line in Kentucky. Lake fishing and river fishing in the Bluegrass State offer up a wide variety of species for anglers to pursue. Giant blue cats in the Ohio, trophy bass and crappie and even the Muskie Capital of the South, all await the eager fisherman in Kentucky's vast waterways. Whether you’re planning on some prime Kentucky lake fishing or want to try your luck on a trout stream, all you need is to get your license and decide where to fish first – find a full list of places to fish in Kentucky here.


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Frankfort, KY
Bank access to Elkhorn Creek, open to statewide hunting seasons, except modern firearm,
Glasgow, KY
Barren River Lake, 48 developed sites, fishing in the tailwaters and downstream, boat ramp
Taylorsville, KY
Slip rentals, boat rentals, fishing & boating supplies
Taylorsville, KY
24 miles of multi-purpose trails, 3,050 acre lake, 1,200 acre park, full service marina, 42 RV/camp sites, 10 sites specifically for trailering in horses.
Taylorsville, KY
3,050 acre lake, 10, 741 acre WMA, hunting and fishing, shooting range, multi-use trails available in adjacent Taylorsville Lake State Park
Butler, KY
Canoe & Kayak trips offered up to 18 miles, trips on the middle & south fork of the Licking River, headwaters of Kincaid Lake, opportunities for fishing is good on many trips,...
Buckhorn, KY
Buckhorn Lake, 18 campsites with electric, boat ramp, dock
Dawson Springs, KY
729 acre WMA, hunting and some fishing opportunities, borders Pennyrile State Forest, unique geological formations, some terrain rugged and steep
Perry Park, KY
170 acres, borders Kentucky River in Owen county, numerous species to hunt, fishing in Kentucky River, no designated trails but hiking is popular on unmarked paths
Olive Hill, KY
22 miles, flows through Carter Caves State Resort Park, several access points, fishing for variety of species
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