Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency

TWRA's Region 4 - East Tennessee

Reservoir Fisheries Management Program

East Tennessee Fishing Piers

 

Are you looking for a place to fish? You might want to try one of the piers listed below. They are accessible to the handicapped and are brushed regularly to increase anglers chances of catching fish. Further information can be obtained by calling the Region IV office at (800) 332-0900.

County

Location

Site

Type

Built

         

Anderson

Melton Hill Res.

Solway Bridge Park

Fixed Pier

2001

Blount Chilhowee Res. Route 129 Deck (2) 2007

Campbell

Cove Lake

Cove Lake State Park

Floating Pier

1998

Carter

Watauga Res

Rat Branch Access Area

Fixed Pier

1999

Grainger

Cherokee Res.

Quarry Hole (Hwy 25E)

Fixed Pier

1999

Hawkins

Holston River

Surgoinsville

Deck (3)

1998

Loudoun Tellico Res. Lotterdale Cove Fixed Pier  

Knox

Ft. Loudoun Res.

I.C. King Park

Fixed Pier

1990

Knox Ft. Loudoun Res. Concord Park Fixed Piers  

Knox

Ft. Loudoun Res.

South Knoxville Bridge

Bank

1992

Monroe

Tellico Res.

Ft. Loudoun Park

Fixed Pier

1993

Sullivan

Ft. Patrick Henry Res.

Warriors Path State Park

Fixed Pier

1991

Sullivan

South Holston Res.

Observation Knob Park

Fixed Pier

1995

Washington

Boone Res.

Winged Deer Park

Boardwalk

1995

 

 

Cherokee Lake Pier - winter

An example of how many of the fishing piers are brushed

 

Rat Branch Pier - Watauga

This pier is located on Watauga Reservoir at the Rat Branch access area

 

Melton Hill Lake Pier

The above is located on Melton Hill Reservoir near the Solway Bridge

 

Chilhowee Reservoir Fishing Pier

One of the two piers located about mid-reservoir on Chilhowee

 

Concord Park Fishing Pier

Located near Concord Park Marina on Fort Loudoun Reservoir

 

Fort Loudoun Park Fishing Pier

Located at Fort Loudoun Park on Tellico Reservoir

 

Lotterdale Cove Fishing Pier

Located in Lotterdale Cove on Tellico Reservoir

 

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