Tennessee Walleye Charters!
Headquartered at beautiful Willow Grove Resort on Dale Hollow Lake with Walleye, Bass, Musky and Crappie charters on Dale Hollow and Walleye and Sauger charters on the fabulous Cumberland River and Walleye charters on the Powell and Holston Rivers, all in Tennessee!
CALL US TO LEARN ABOUT YOUR LODGING OPTIONS AT 931-403-2501!
Pricing Guide (Fishing Only) for Dale Hollow The limit per person for Walleye is 5 fish per day - 16 inches long - Crappie is 15 fish per day - 10 inches long and Musky is 1 fish per day - 50 inches long.
$450 1 or 2 People
- 6 hour Charter (or limit)
Add $50.00 for an additional person up to a total of 4 People (where applicable)
Pricing Guide (Fishing Only) for The Cumberland, Powell or Holston Rivers The limit per person for Walleye is 5 fish per day - 16 inches long. The limit for Sauger is 10 fish per day - 15 inches long.
$450 1 or 2 People
- 6 hour Charter (or limit)
DALE HOLLOW LAKE
Tennessee Walleye Charters provides fabulous Walleye, Bass, Crappie and Musky fishing on Dale Hollow Lake. The Bass and Musky fishing are year around, with the Crappie and Walleye April through October. Our Walleye Guide is the world-famous Jeff Brown who is widely considered one of the best Walleye fishermen anywhere!
CUMBERLAND RIVER WALLEYE AND SAUGER - HOLSTON AND POWELL WALLEYE
Tennessee Walleye Charters stays busy fishing for Walleye and Sauger on the Cumberland River near Gainesboro, Tennessee all winter long. The beautiful flowing waters of the Cumberland River are loaded full of big fish. The Cumberland River is a world class Sauger and Walleye destination!
We also offer Walleye charters on the Holston and Powell Rivers in Eastern TN.
The Fishing for all of these waterways begins November 15, running through the end of March!
Be sure to book your November through April Walleye and Sauger trips on the Cumberland River and Walleye trips on the Powell and Holston Rivers in Eastern TN! You are really going to love this exciting way to fish these beautiful rivers!
See below an average stringer of Cumberland River winter Sauger (you are allowed 10 Sauger each) as well as some of the huge Walleye we catch:
DALE HOLLOW LAKE WALLEYE, CRAPPIE AND MUSKY FISHING!
Tennessee Walleye Charters offers fishing for Walleye, Musky and Crappie on Dale Hollow Lake! Dale Hollow Lake is located on the Kentucky/Tennessee border. Dale Hollow is a deep cold-water lake that is known for the world record Smallmouth Bass. A little-known secret is that Dale Hollow Lake also has a huge population of Walleye, Musky and Crappie!
The Walleye Fishing begins in April through the spring and summer until October. We mostly troll or fish under the lights at night but also provide bottom bouncing worm trips during the days beginning in June until the end of the season.
The Crappie run is May, June and July. The Musky fishing is year-round.
Tennessee Walleye Charters offers Musky charters on Dale Hollow. Musky is a very elusive fish, known as the fish of 10,000 casts. Although they are not caught as often as Walleye on Dale Hollow, they are extremely cherished and revered trophy fish! Dale Hollow holds the record for the most Musky caught over 50 inches, held by my dear friend EC Reagan, who recently passed away. I am blessed that he shared with me his techniques, lures and honey holes. Since the Musky in Dale Hollow have to be 50 inches long just to keep one. This keeps the population of huge fish healthy and protected.
Please click on the following link to view a Musky trip video that will give you an idea of how we fish these beautiful fish.
BASS FISHING ON DALE HOLLOW
Tennessee Walleye Charters also offers Bass fishing on Dale Hollow Lake - year round! Our Bass guide is BASS Pro Mike Casada!
Mike is a lifelong outdoorsman that has fished all over North America and has fished Dale Hollow for over forty years. Mike is also the former owner of Cumberland Pro Lures, a nationally recognized lure manufacturer brand featured in BASS, FLW and Wired2fish and has been a member of BASS and FLW since 1992.
This style fishing is "running and gunning" Bass tournament style casting of lures with "hands on" instructional training.
What to Bring with You – Check List
You will need to bring lunch, drinks, warm clothing, soft soled shoes (tennis or deck shoes), sun glasses, sun screen, hat, cooler for fish fillets and rain gear (if predicted). Fishing License is (mandatory).
Deposits & Cancellation Policy
A $100.00 deposit is required when you make your reservation for any StriperFun fishing trip. The deposit is non-refundable, but we will reschedule with at least two (2) weeks advance notice. Re-scheduling requests or cancellation without at least two (2) weeks advance notice will cause your deposit to be forfeit.
Re-scheduling is not allowed because of predicted foul weather, including predicted rain. We fish in the rain and your boat is covered. The Captain reserves the right to re-schedule if the weather turns bad on the day of the trip. Generally, this decision will be based upon high or dangerous muddy water, hazardous travel conditions (snow or ice) or frequent lightening the morning of the trip. If your trip is cancelled because of the aforementioned dangerous conditions, your deposit is good for another day.
Where we are located
For East Tennessee trips we launch from different locations and this information will be in the email we send you.
For Cumberland River or Dale Hollow trips, StriperFun Guide Service is headquartered at beautiful Willow Grove Marina and Resort. We launch from Gainesboro TN for river trips.
You can also call 931-403-2501 to book your charter!
Fishing Guide Service
Call 1-931-403-2501 • www.striperfun.com