Bass & Trout Fishing with Breckenridge Fishing Guides

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Hybrids, Largemouth, Smallmouth, & Spotted Bass, Crappie, Walleye, & Trout

russ breckenridge with largemouth bass from norfork lake
March - Norfork Largemouth



crappie fishing with breckenridge guide service norfork lake
April - Norfork crappie


This species is a cross between a white bass and a striped bass. They tend to run with the stripers so your chances of catching one while striper fishing are good.

White bass, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, spotted (Kentucky) bass, we catch 'em all. Once the striper action calms down for the morning most of our guests like to fish for bass.

If bass fishing is not your choice, Lake Norfork has some excellent crappie fishing. There are several hundred fish covers around the shoreline made of submerged trees. The crappie fishing in these piles is very good. It takes a different approach due to the clear water.

There are very good populations of walleye in Lake Norfork. Many large walleye are taken each year. But catching a Lake Norfork walleye is not an easy task unless you know where to go, and how to fish for them.

Lake Norfork is moments away from record-producing trout waters. The North Fork River, which is the tailwater issuing from Norfork Lake Dam, holds good populations of rainbow, German brown, cutthroat, and brook trout. The North Fork River produced what was for a long time the largest brown trout ever caught in the world, and that fish is still number two on the World All Tackle record books.

The North Fork empties into the White River just four miles below Norfork Dam. From the confluence you can go 20 miles up or downstream and enjoy excellent trout fishing. Breckenridge is familiar with fishing both of these fine trout fisheries.

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October - White River trout fishing

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