Lakes We Guide
Cave Run Lake, Kentucky
This 8,300 acre impoundment of the Licking River is nestled in the Daniel Boone National Forest and offers thousands of acres of musky rich water. Pristine shorelines and local tourist opportunities make for a great vacation.
Cave Run Lake is located in northeastern Kentucky between the cities of Frenchburg and Morehead. Cave Run Lake is known as the Muskie Capital of the South with good reason. On September 21, 2001, the new state record muskie - 54 1/2 inches and 44.75 lbs - was caught here by Tony Grant. The waters are also great for bass, crappie, catfish, and trout fishing.
Click here for more info on Cave Run Lake. For daily lake reports you can call 606-783-7001. A five minute video tour of the lake is also available by clicking here.
Green River Lake, Kentucky
In the middle of its own state park, this 8,200 acre lake is located in the middle of south central Kentucky's cave country and offers several Musky honey holes!
Green River Lake is located in south-central Kentucky, south of the town of Campbellsville and northwest of Lake Cumberland. It is almost due north of Dale Hollow Lake, which straddles the Kentucky/Tennessee border. In addition to excellent musky fishing, anglers also target Green River lakes largemouth, smallmouth, and Kentucky (spotted) bass, as well as white bass, bluegill, and crappie.
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Gregg fishes several of Minnesota's trophy waters
during the Summer & Fall months.