The average cost for a four hour trip in Tennessee River is $380, while the average cost for an 8 hour trip is N/A. Prices can vary based on trip duration, boat size and amenities, and the type of fishing your group is looking to do. View all Tennessee River Charters here.
There are no shared trips currently available in Tennessee River. View all Tennessee River Charters here.
The most common charter boat types in Tennessee River are:
The average charter boat size in Tennessee River is 21 feet.
Come cast a line in the Tennessee River! This plentiful river offers some truly amazing opportunities that are on the top of every angler’s bucket list. Flowing from eastern Tennessee into Alabama, the Tennessee River brings legends and massive fish to every angler who fishes these waters. The amazing fishing adventures of the Tennessee River shouldn’t be experienced alone, so gather your family and friends and find one of our professional guides to show you the way!The 650-mile long Tennessee River is home to some of the largest species in the country, boasting 100-pound specimens of blue catfish, excellent fishing for smallmouth bass, and some truly exceptional striped bass keepers. Giant flatheads are common in this area too, so take your pick. The muddy water of Tennessee River is known for its unusual abundance, with avid storytellers creating a picturesque fishing lore around it. Whether you believe in folk tales or not, fishing the Tennessee River is pure magic. Whatever time of year you visit, the water of the Tennessee River will reward you with legendary catches. The fishing season here lasts all year long, giving you ample freedom to plan your trip at your will. If you’re interested in exploring the surrounding nature too, come in the spring or summer – the fishing opportunities will still be as numerous as in autumn and winter. Since there’s never a shortage of keepers in the Tennessee River, productive fishing methods here are just as abundant. This gives you a great chance to teach your kids the unusual craft of fly fishing, though other techniques are frequently used too. From spinning and trolling to wading and bow fishing, the possibilities in the Tennessee River are truly endless regardless of species, season, or your own preference.Endless possibilities can also be said about the amazing bountiful species of fish you can find with our Tennessee River fishing charters. Spanning from the most popular, which are blue catfish and striped bass, to the often overlooked muskellunge or crappie, this body of water has something to offer for everyone’s taste.If you’re not particularly keen on exploring new fishing grounds alone, find our nearest Tennessee River fishing charter. Our friendly guides and captains will make your adventure even more exciting by letting you in on local angling secrets and taking you to hidden fishing spots known only to experienced anglers. Come spend your trip with us and return home with amazing fish and memories. Check out our available Tennessee River fishing charters today!