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Kentucky Fishing Lodges and Fish Camps


 

Grider Hill Dock Indian Creek Lodge and Restaurant
Grider Hill Dock on Lake Cumberland Kentucky is designed for your convenience. The Lodge, Restaurant, Cottages and Dock are within walking distance of each other at the waters edge!

A 50,000 acre lake, which stretches over 100 miles in distance, shimmers before your eyes. This man-made wonder has a shoreline so extensive that it would take a 1,225 mile voyage by boat to see its entirety. Behind you and along the shore the foothills of the mighty Cumberlands tower, clothed in the seasonal foliage of the hardwoods, and interspersed with hemlock, cedars and pines.

Fishing is great, and can be enjoyed any time you're ready. You're as likely as the next person to land a 40-pound striper, a lunker smallmouth or a string of bluegill that will tax your strength to carry.

Grider Hill Dock
115 Grider Hill Lodge Road
Albany, KY 42602
Phone: 1-866-387-5501
Email: info@griderhilldock.com
 
 
Big Bear Resort
Fishing. It's what has earned Kentucky Lake a reputation that few bodies of water can amass. A world-class fishery that attracts bass, crappie, smallmouth, panfish, sauger, white bass and catfish anglers from around the globe, Big Bear Resort is right in the center of the action.

Kentucky Lake itself is a 160,000 acre impoundment that boasts 2,380 miles of breathtaking shoreline. Countless bays, inlets and points with a 170,000 acre nature reserve on the Eastern shore make angling here one of the most awe-inspiring sightseeing trips you will ever fish.

Kentucky's warmer climate means a longer growing season that results in big and aggressive bass and panfish. Huge numbers of outsized black bass and crappie are main staples of anglers that regularly harvest quality, as well as quantity, gamefish. Having a seven-pound Kentucky Lake largemouth going spastic on your line is a real treat, no matter what type of fish you normally seek - and we've got plenty of them!

Great fishing can be found almost anywhere on the lake, but some of the best crappie and bass can be found right around the resort in Bear and Malcom Creek. Big Bear Resort has participated in setting artificial cribs and fish attractors in bays around the resort. Plus, with no closed angling season on Kentucky Lake, you can enjoy Big Bear fishing year 'round.
 
Big Bear Resort
30 Big Bear Resort Rd.
Benton, KY 42025
Email: stay@bigbearkentuckylake.com
Phone: (270) 354-6414
 
 
Sportsman's ANCHOR RESORT
On Kentucky Lake
12888 US Hwy. 68 E
Benton, KY 42025
Phone: 270-354-8493
EMAIL: sportsmansanchor@mchsi.com
 

Eddy Creek Marina Resort
Eddy Creek Marina Resort is located at the northern end of Lake Barkley, only 10 miles from the canal that connects Lake Barkley to her sister lake, Kentucky Lake. Combined these lakes offer 160,000 acres of water and expansive shorelines ideal for boating, fishing, hunting, golfing, hiking, camping, shopping, wildlife viewing and relaxing. Land Between the Lakes, located between Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley offers visitors a chance to experience 170,000 acres of wildlife, history, and outdoor recreation such as a 40' dome planetarium, elk & bison range, and countless miles of ATV and horseback riding trails.

Eddy Creek Marina Resort
Lake Barkley
7612 State Route 93 South
Eddyville, Kentucky 42038
Phone: 270-388-2271
Email:information@eddycreek.com

Lost Lodge
Lost Lodge tries to create a place where families, singles, or retirees can come to relax, boat, swim, fish, or just get away from the routine of everyday life. The cabins are all unique and have been decorated individually, so you can stay in a few different ones, then pick a favorite!

Their philosophy is to make everyone feel at home at their place (they are about as laid back as you can get) and enjoy meeting all the new guests each year and appreciate all the old friends who return year after year. Come on down to Lake Cumberland and build some vacation memories at Lost Lodge.

Lost Lodge
265 Lost Lodge Road
Somerset, KY 42501
Phone: 606.561.4451, 877.562.4451
Email: info@lostlodge.com

 

    






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