The habitation around Lake Arnold in Tennessee provides a range of fishing opportunities for the ten different species found here. From residential buildings, jetties and wild woodland, there is a variety of structures to fish toward. The contrast between the urban environment and the woodland and submerged trees in the lake gives the angler new choices and new challenges each time they fish.
Key Features include:
- 1400 acres of lake to explore with tens of thousands of fish present
- Authentic Tennessee venue with submerged trees, building and jetties to target fish
- Specimen-sized fish for each ten species