As a very small way of saying “Thank You” for all of the hard work and sacrifices men and women in the military make, campgrounds and RV parks around the nation would like to offer free camping for active military. Please visit our park when you wish to spend some R & R. Active military will be required to present active military I.D. at the time of check in. The offer is for active military and members of their immediate family only. Purchase one night get one night free. Please call the park directly as reservations are required.731-584-7880
Are you planning to tent camp this year? Or a place to hike and fish? We’ve got you covered! Have an RV? No problem, we have paved sites with full hook-ups.
Swimming pool, bath house, marina store. Plus, we have a museum onsite as well.
Call today to reserve a spot 731-584-7880
The Tennessee River lakes are home to more than 100 main species of fish, about 20 of which are caught regularly. These lakes, especially Kentucky Lake, are justifiably famous for crappie, bluegill, catfish, stripers, sauger, and largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted bass.
Artificial fish attractors – everything from old tires to great brush piles to stake beds – have been constructed in nearly all major creeks holding at least 10 feet of water. The attractors create a habitat for small fish; the small fish in turn lure the larger ones. A study conducted in Kentucky Lake by fishery biologists revealed that one acre of brush in a fish attractor averaged nearly 3,000 bluegill, 1,500 crappie, 580 catfish, and two largemouth bass.
If you are looking for a great place to stay and a great place to fish – look no further than Birdsong Resort & Marina. Call 731-584-7880 to reserve your home away from home.
Have you made your reservations for Fall Crappie fishing season? Call today while there are still a few vacancies 731-584-7880
Season begins around the first week in October as the morning water temperatures drop to around 70 degrees. The baitfish will then move into the bays to feed up for winter and the Crappie will follow them to do likewise.
The fish will first show up around the mouths of the bays near the old creek channel and river ledges just as they do in the early prespawn stages of spring. However, they will move into the bays a little quicker than in the spring as the water cools.
The fall fishing patterns will last until the water temperatures drop to the lower 50’s, normally around the end of November at which time the baitfish and Crappie will move out to the deeper water winter areas on the main lake.
Are you and your family ready for a week-end get-a-way? At Birdsong Resort, Marina & Campground we are offering an extra FREE day with any 2 day reservation booked for May. That’s right 3 days for the price of 2.
Call Lynnette or Kim to schedule your reservation today…2 days reservation get you 3 days of fun, relaxation, campfires, fishing, boating…. Call today 731-584-7880