• CAPTAIN JIM’S DALE HOLLOW FISHING REPORT

    StriperFun Guide Service - Tennessee Walleye Charters
    (931) 403-2501 http://www.striperfun.com captainjim@striperfun.com
  • Specializing in "Trophy" fishing as the owner of StriperFun Fishing Guide Service in KY and TN and TN Walleye Charters, Captain Jim Durham is a licensed guide who has fished the Cumberland Plateau and KY and TN year round for over 50 years. Captain Jim is a U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Marine Captain and is the creator of the “Striper Fish like a Pro” instructional DVD series as well as his own line of fishing lures.

  • CAPTAIN JIM’S DALE HOLLOW FISHING REPORT

    Greetings to all my Dale Hollow fishing report readers!

    Tennessee Walleye Charters will begin Walleye charters again on Dale Hollow starting in April (as we do each year, offering Walleye trips APRIL THROUGH LATE OCTOBER!). Our calendar is already getting filled in!

    If you want to get in on the terrific Dale Hollow Walleye fishing, get your date of choice “locked in” soon!



    In the mean time as a reminder, Tennessee Walleye Charters offers Walleye and Sauger charters ALL THROUGH THE WINTER MONTHS on the Cumberland River just a few short miles from Dale Hollow!

    If you want to get in on the terrific Cumberland River Walleye and Sauger fishing now through late March, call me at 931-403-2501! We hope to hear from you!




    PLEASE SEE BELOW a short excerpt from my latest Cumberland River Walleye and Sauger report that should get you excited!

    CAPTAIN JIM’S CUMBERLAND RIVER FISHING REPORT

    Provided by Captain Jim Durham

    Owner StriperFun Guide Service, Tennessee Walleye Charters, Superbaittanks.com, Captain Jim Marine Electronics & Captain Jim Lures and much more……

    DATE OF REPORT: January 20th, 2018

    • Latest water temperature: 47.2 ° F surface (Cumberland River): January 20th, 2018

    Greetings to my readers! I hope that the world finds you and your family doing well!

    KAPOW ! BAM! KAPOW! BIG FISH AND LOTS OF THEM!!!!!

    CUMBERLAND RIVER WALLEYE AND SAUGER FISHING WITH TENNESSEE WALLEYE CHARTERS!

    With charter services offered for Walleye and Sauger on the Cumberland River each December through late March every year, Tennessee Walleye Charters produces dozens of nice stringers of delicious Walleye and Sauger each winter season.

    As we now move through January, the "Walleye - Sauger bite" continues to heat up on the Cumberland River in Tennessee! We are now booking strong for the prime 2018 February and March dates!

    With clients coming in to fish with StriperFun Guide Service and Tennessee Walleye Charters from all over the country (32 States and 3 countries last year!), don’t delay your booking if you want to experience this fabulous fishing fun!

    COME GET YOURS! Click the link below to book:

    https://www.striperfun.com/pages/bookacharter.php

    WILLOW GROVE RESORT LODGING

    As a professional fishing guide who has boated and fished on Dale Hollow Lake and the Cumberland River for over 50 years, I always want to make sure my customers are taken care. For super nice cabin accommodations on Dale Hollow, I always recommend Willow Grove Resort!



    Imagine waking up overlooking one of the largest and most scenic lakes in the Eastern United States. Dale hollow is truly paradise! It has over 620 miles of shoreline (average depth 80 feet) with over 27,000 plus acres of crystal clear water

    Willow Grove Resort Marina offers spacious lodging in a variety of cabin settings right on Dale Hollow Lake with great lake views!

    All Willow Grove Resort lodging rentals have cable TV, microwave, small refrigerator and coffee maker as well as year-round heat and air to keep you comfortable. We pride ourselves on the cleanliness of our rooms!

    To book a Cabin, call Captain Jim Durham at 931-403-2501 and I can take your deposit and customize your entire trip for you, including boat rentals as well as fishing trips!!

    TO READ THE FULL CAPTAIN JIM’S CUMBERLAND RIVER FISHING REPORT – CLICK THIS LINK:
    http://www.fishin.com/forums2/conten...FISHING-REPORT
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