We are finally just around the corner from another glorious spring here in East Tennessee, which means it’s a great time of year to start planning those exciting outdoor adventures again. There are so many things to do in East Tennessee, making your options for stunning outdoor adventures near limitless. If gorgeous spring weather inspires you to get out for some fishing, then our East Tennessee bed and breakfast is the perfect place for you to spend some time this spring. East Tennesse fishing is extraordinary, with a variety of locations to choose from. You’ll find swift mountain streams full of trout, peaceful lakes swimming with bass, and wide open rivers filled with fish of all kinds. Book your stay at Whitestone Country Inn this spring, and experience East Tennessee fishing first hand for yourself.
The Best of East Tennessee Fishing
Whitestone Country Inn, a AAA 4-Diamond, Select Registry bed and breakfast, is located on 360 beautiful acres on the shores of Watts Bar Lake. Our secluded retreat along the shores of one of Tennessee’s most extensive lake networks, provides our guests with a peaceful country space and a much needed retreat from the fast-paced world around us. With 39,000 acres of lake fishing just out your door, guests at Whitestone Country Inn have some of the best East Tennessee fishing at their fingertips. Head down to the Inn’s own marina, where you’ll find kayaks, paddleboats, and canoes available for your use. Craney Creek Marina is also nearby, and offers boat rental along Watts Bar Lake, or there are East Tennessee fishing guides that can take you on an unforgettable Tennessee adventure. Now through June is a great time to catch Largemouth Bass and crappie throughout Watts Bar Lake, but before you go make sure you understand current fishing regulations along the lake.
There are also wonderful trout fishing opportunities throughout East Tennessee. With trout fishing peaking in many areas, it’s time to scout out that favorite fishing spot, and spend a quiet day on the rivers of Tennessee. The Clinch River Tailwater starts at the base of Norris Dam, near Norris, TN, and is one of the most well known tailwater streams in Tennessee, currently holding the record for the largest Brown Trout at 28lbs. 12oz. Another favorite East Tennessee trout fishing location is the Hiwassee River, where the constant water temperatures allow for year-round trout fishing, and is a wonderful location for a guided fly fishing float trip. Other great choices include the Watauga River and the Holston River, where you’ll find the best fishing now through August. All of these rivers and more make great East Tennessee fishing destinations, and are within easy reach from Whitestone Country Inn. Book your stay now, and get started on an unforgettable East Tennessee fishing adventure.