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Gibson County Lake Sponsored by

Date 09-Aug-10
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Conditions : GIBSON CO. LAKE: Catfishing is good. Fish are being caught on liver, night crawlers and stink baits. Bass fishing is excellent. Fish are being caught on crankbaits and large plastic worms. Crappie fishing is fair. Fish are being caught on small minnows. Bluegill/Redear fishing is good. Fish are being caught on worms and crickets. The water is clear. Water temps in the upper- 80’s.

Reported by: Tennessee W.R.A

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About: -

Gibson County Lake is approximately 560 acres.  The lake divided into two distinct zones - a recreational zone and a fishing ONLY zone.

Location: Approximately 5 miles east of Trenton off Vaughns Grove Rd. 

Lake Information: (731) 855-2990.  

Fishing Facilities: Boat launching ramp - Fish attractors - Handicapped accessible fishing pier - Bait & tackle - Rental boats

  • Bass
  • Bluegill
  • Catfish
  • Crappie

Misc Info: - Creel Limits – Bass – 1 (18” minimum), Bluegill/Redear (in combination) – 20, Blue and Channel Catfish - 5, Crappie- 30 (10" minimum).

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