Whiteville Lake in Tennessee

General Description:

Whiteville Lake can be found two miles south of Whiteville on U.S. Highway 64, off Old U.S. Highway 64, to Whiteville Lake Lane.  Whiteville is 158 acres and offers a picnic area for visitors.  The fishing facilities include a boat launching ramp and a fishing pier.  For more information call  (731) 423-5725.


Largemouth Bass: No creel limit for fish 18 inches and less in length, only one fish over 18 inches in length may be harvested per day.
Bluegill: no creel or length limit.
20 per day in combination, no length limit.
Crappie (all species): No creel or 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

Largemouth bass - bluegill - crappie - redear sunfish - blue & channel catfish.

Fishing Tips:

  • Try bluegill fishing with worms and crickets. 
  • Look for bream beds in shallow water. 
  • They will appear as indentations about two feet in diameter in the bottom 12 to 18 inches underwater.

Contact Information

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

Interactive Map of Whiteville Lake
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