Cave Run Lake is a large lake located in eastern Kentucky and is open for fishing. The lake is 8,270 acres in size and is known for its excellent fishing for large-mouth bass, muskie, and other game fish. It is one of the few lakes in the area that allows motorized vessels and has plenty of shoreline access to make fishing easy.
Cave Run Lake has become a popular destination for anglers from all over the region. In addition to its excellent fishing, it also offers plenty of recreational activities such as swimming, boating, camping, hiking, and more. The lake also serves as a stopover point for migrating waterfowl which can be seen throughout the year.
The lake is managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and they are responsible for keeping it open to the public. The Corps works hard to ensure that there are safe boating channels and access points so that everyone can enjoy their time on the water.
To ensure that everyone stays safe while on the lake there are several restrictions that must be followed such as no swimming near boat ramps or docks and no feeding wildlife near public access areas.
Fishing at Cave Run Lake requires a valid Kentucky fishing license with a trout permit if one wishes to fish for trout or salmon species in certain areas of the lake. As with any body of water, fishing regulations differ from state to state so any anglers should be sure to check their local regulations before heading out onto Cave Run Lake.
Yes, Cave Run Lake is open for fishing! Anglers must have a valid Kentucky Fishing License with a Trout Permit if they wish to fish for Trout or Salmon species in certain areas of the lake but all other species are open year-round with no restrictions.