Top North Carolina Fishing Lakes

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LakeLatitudeLongitudeCommunity Rating (Votes)
Alligator Lake35.647070-76.3411325 (1)
Azusa Grotto Lake00135.206694-80.6747405 (1)
Northeast Prong35.891217-75.8623595 (1)
Lake Burlington Rese36.205240-79.4191435 (1)
Clinard Lake36.140987-80.3311745 (1)
The Frying Pan35.779811-76.0985455 (1)
Shelley Lake35.860608-78.6605105 (1)
Panther Lake35.567573-78.6960575 (1)
Lake Logan35.414771-82.9281674.8 (4)
Greenfield Lake34.205533-77.9376514.5 (2)
Dodsons Lake35.879063-79.6315714.5 (2)
Auman Lake35.249287-79.5942954.3 (6)
Lake Benson35.670825-78.6299884.2 (5)
Lake Adger35.336951-82.2101514 (7)
Roanoke Rapids Lake36.476581-77.7182574 (5)
Lake Twitty35.022786-80.5057444 (4)
Lake Sheila35.190798-82.3741154 (4)
Lake Cheoah35.457216-83.8861024 (2)
Gum Swamp Lake34.912849-79.5637994 (2)
Aberdeen Lake35.139037-79.4324074 (1)
Crappie Lake35.053465-79.5691294 (1)
Horseshoe Lake34.820131-78.6525544 (1)
Bald Mountain Lake35.469891-82.1888534 (1)
Mallard Lake36.000441-80.4023484 (1)
Aquone Lake35.178906-83.6677734 (1)
Latest North Carolina Fishing Reports
May 18th, 2015 - Tuckertown Reservoir
Report By:
Guest
Fishing Rating: 4      Water Temperature: 0
Redear sunfish are biting as well,lots of talk of bluegill and crappie as well.
May 14th, 2015 - Tuckertown Reservoir
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Guest
Fishing Rating: 3      Water Temperature: 0
Perch are biting,you will want a boat to access them.canoe/kayak prefered to get into the shallows.
May 14th, 2015 - Tuckertown Reservoir
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Guest
Fishing Rating: 3      Water Temperature: 0
Perch are biting,you will want a boat to access them.canoe/kayak prefered to get into the shallows.
May 13th, 2015 - Lake Lure
Report By:
skriete
Fishing Rating: 5      Water Temperature: 65
The yellow perch and white bass have slowed while they spawn. The largemouth are done spawning and on fire. We\'ve been catching them on crankbaits on first drop-offs near shallow bays. Try super flukes and jerkbaits. Look for the yellow perch and white bass to start feeding in the next few weeks. Bluegill will start their spawns soon.
April 28th, 2015 - Chatuge Lake
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Guest
Fishing Rating: 1      Water Temperature: 65
Lake Chatuge fishing was slow today. We used Storm Blue Chrome Orange, Livingston Real Chad, Pumpkin Seed Worms. We even tried our luck at trolling. Went from one end of the lake to the other. Saw plenty of fish on the fish-finder however they weren\'t interested in whatever you presented. Could the \"spots\" have started there spawn.?
April 14th, 2015 - Falls Lake
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Guest
Fishing Rating: 3      Water Temperature: 65
Out Monday 4/13 Got on water about 9:30 A fished until 1:45 towards the dam area and landed 7 bass 13\" to 15\".all caught on green 6\" lizard carolina rigged and fished slow.5 out of 7 on timber
April 9th, 2015 - Lake Hickory
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Guest
Fishing Rating: 2      Water Temperature: 53
Sat April 4 2015 Slow day of fishing had 6 small large mouth and one 3+ large mouth all on main lake points and walls jerk baits and Carolina rig not April fishing
April 7th, 2015 - Lake Lure
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skriete
Fishing Rating: 5      Water Temperature: 60
The fishing has been outstanding on Lake Lure over the last week. Largemouth bass are aggressively hitting shad raps, jerk baits, and rattle traps along the creek basins in the back bays. Fish are holding on these edges in 8 - 20 foot water. For yellow perch, fish the 5 - 10 foot weedy bays with worms or minnows under a cork. You will also pick up some bull bluegill doing this. Smallmouth bass are holding where he Rocky Broad River flows into the lake. They love their crankbaits. White bass will start showing up in mid May and last until the end of July as they blitz the bait near main lake points. Book a trip aboard Lake Lure Fishing Excursions today! The fishing is hot and the lake is beautiful as always.
October 8th, 2014 - High Rock Lake
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Guest
Fishing Rating: 1      Water Temperature: 0
Crappie biting exceptionally well around brush in 3 to 8 feet of water fishing about 3\' deep with cork and a jig. White being the best color.
October 7th, 2014 - Tom-A-Lex Lake
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Guest
Fishing Rating: 1      Water Temperature: 0
Lake is dead
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State Fishing Records
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State Fishing Information
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