Written by: Danielle Wilson
Lake Cumberland fishing draws anglers year round because of the sheer size of the lake; its deep, clear, water and rocky structure provide ideal conditions for catching Stripers, Trout, Walleye, and Crappie.
If your preference for fishing Lake Cumberland is to go after Trout in the tailwaters of the Wolf Creek Dam, Lake Cumberland fishing guides are licensed and familiar with the water release schedules of the Wolf Creek Dam. They can make your cold weather fishing experience safer and more productive.
You can check the generation schedule on the Nashville District webpage of the U.S.Army Corps of Engineers before planning your trip. Releases from Wolf Creek Dam predicate the best areas for Cumberland River fishing. Also, Cumberland River Trout feed heavily when the water first rises from a dam release so this is a prime time to catch huge numbers of Trout.
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