Marrowbone Lake is a tranquil lake 19 miles north of Nashville, that was once home to Native American tribes. Today, the ... More
Marrowbone Lake is a tranquil lake 19 miles north of Nashville, that was once home to Native American tribes. Today, the scenic waterway is a favorite fishing hole, well-stocked with bass, crappie and channel catfish. Boat-launching areas, fishing piers and fishing license sales are among the many amenities they offer. After a day on the water, visitors can dine at picnic tables in the shade or relax at one of the public recreation areas along the lake. Restrooms are stationed throughout the park.
went 07/15/12 a most relaxing day got there about 6am rented boat and trolling motor left at 12;30 saw about 6 people all day maybe heard 3cars a real relaxing day willl be returning soon.Had lots of bites caught some fish!
We just bought a canoe and tried it out here first...glad we did! It's nice not worrying about getting swamped by a speed boat, and no noisy interruptions to the frogs, birds and splashing fish. The check-in station has licenses, bait to include worms, minnows and crickets and a few items you may have forgot. They rent boats for 8 bucks, bring your own trolling motor and battery, and you pay 5 for each angler, and you have to show your fishing license as well. We'll be going back again soon and will be looking forward to some fall colors as well.
Marrowbone lake is set up to accommodate every type of fishing. There are nice spots from the bank and picnic areas to fish from the shore, there are rental boats for those that just want a fun day on the lake, and a great boat ramp for folks with boats. It is nice that only electric motors are allowed so fishing is rarely disturbed except for those rather funny moments when someone falls overboard trying to pull a fish in. The lake has a great variety of fish and I impressed with the number of hits and catches I made. I would recommend this little secret of a lake to any level of fish enthusiast.
this is a wonderfull little lake that does not have all the high speed boats or water crafts ziping around it is just you and the lake with the trees all around you. this is also a stocked lake so your kids have very high odd on catching something.
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