• Dale Hollow Dave’s smallmouth report 5-6-2019

    Dale Hollow Dave Trophy Fishing
    (615) 477-7888 http://www.trolldhl.com/ trolldhl@yahoo.com
  • Dave has the keys to unlock what is widely known as one of the most humbling bodies of water in all of North America, and his innovative techniques have been featured in InFisherman magazine and Musky Hunter magazine. Trophy Trollers provides an unparalleled experience on gorgeous Dale Hollow Lake featuring trout, smallmouth, muskie and walleye. Contact Dave to book a guide! *NO FISH, NO PAY GUARANTEE*

  • Dale Hollow Dave’s smallmouth report 5-6-2019

    Smallmouth fishing on Dale is picking up after the spawn. Surface temp 69-70 they’ve started moving out. Crank baits, live bait, spoons and jerk baits are doing the job. It should really heat up over the next week or two.


    Dale Hollow Dave smallmouth charters are all catch and release. I can accommodate up to 5 anglers comfortably. For booking info 6154777888
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