Kerr Lake Catfishing
Kerr Lake -- Buggs Island Catfishing :
The Kerr Lake Catfish Association (KLCA) takes pride in promoting the sport of catfishing on John H. Kerr Reservoir/Buggs Island Lake. A passion for
the sport, experiencing the fun and excitement of catfishing at its best.
Striving to promote the spirit of catch & release, to protect more large fish, allowing them
to live long enough to reach true trophy status. Catfishing on Kerr Lake in Virginia can be a fishing trip landing that trophy cat.
Kerr lake is nationally known for its fishing and home to the second-best trophy catfishing water in the state.
Kerr Lake/Buggs Island is about 48,900 acres at full pool and has one of the best fisheries in the state. Blue and flathead catfish have become very popular, with a tremendous opportunity for anglers to catch trophy cats. Allthough traditionally channel catfish have been the most sought after catfish.
With a bunch of good fishermen out on the lake & rivers there's just no telling what might show up.
Come on out and join us fon the lake. You never know what tips and advice anglers
will share with you.
Catfishing although serious business you
will find many of the guys who enjoy trading tips, stories and planning
the next trip out on the big lake for a monster cat.
Welcome to our new site. We
still have a ways to go and more information
will be added weekly as time permits. Feel free to browse around,
but just a warning you may find yourself
visting this site often. As many of us well
know how addicting the sport can be. Don't
be at all surprised if you happen to come
down with catfish fever.
This site promotes catch- and- release
One reason people have been catching so many trophy catfish throughout the state is because of the spirit of catch-and-release displayed among the serious catfishermen.
Our plans include covering the following areas:
- Local areas around Kerr Lake/Buggs
- Island for Lodging
- Local restaurants
- Local bait and tackle shops
- Recommened Tackle