Amazing Fishing At Dale Hallow Lake
Dale Hallow Lake Fishing Hot Spot
Dale Hallow Lake is a fishing hot spot. It currently holds the small mouth worId record, but it is also a productive lake for big, brown fish. It has all the ingredients—first and foremost, there’s clear water. Then there’s loads of irregular features, bluffs, rocks, gravel mixed with red and tan clay in some areas. Dale Hollow is the smallmouth pinnacle. According to Bill Dance, you should put it on your “fish list.” All this makes Dale Hollow a must-visit locale for anglers, whether they be in the next county over, the next state, or anywhere in the country. Anglers really do come from all over to fish for Dale Hollow’s smallies. This includes those from all over the South, the Midwest, the Northeast and some.
Fishing is good anytime of year at Dale Hallow. However, from mid-November to Mid-April is ideal when water temperatures are below 60 degrees. And the colder season is the target time, especially when it comes to catching a trophy brown fish. And with today’s high-tech winter apparel, and plenty of deep banks/coves to get out of the wind, the fishing trip is tolerable for anglers facing the cold.