Davy Crockett Lake in Tennessee

General Description

Davy Crockett Lake is found in Crockett County Tennessee, approximately 4 miles west of the Humboldt county line, off State Highway 152.  

From I-40: Take exit 80B (U.S. Highway 45) north to Humboldt. Stay on bypass west of Humboldt. Turn right on State Highway 152W.

Davy Crockett Lake is 87 acres and has restrooms and picnic areas.  Fishing facilities include a boat launching ramp, fishing pier, and boat rentals.  For more information call (731) 784-3889.


Largemouth Bass: 10 per day, no length limit.
Bluegill: no creel or length limit.
Redear: 20 per day, no length limit.
Crappie (all species): 30 per day, 10 inch minimum length limit.
Blue/Channel Catfish: 5 per day in combination, no length limit.

TWRA Family Fishing Lakes License, Permit and General Information

What you can catch

Fish Species Found

You can find Largemouth bass,  bluegill,  crappie,  redear sunfish,  blue, channel & flathead catfish in Davy Crockett Lake.

Fishing Tips

  • Most catfish are caught with the familiar hook, line, and sinker method, but try jug fishing for catfish.
  • Use a Number 1 hook baited with chicken livers, catalpa worms, or nightcrawlers.
  • Fasten the line to a sealed plastic jug and watch out!

Contact Information

Region 1 Office: 731-423-5725
Toll-Free:  800-372-3928
E-mail the office

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