Fishing Spots in Greene
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New Angler

Elizabethton, TN

#1 May 15, 2011
I am interested in finding good places to fish in Greene County. I have had the best success at Paint Creek pond. Not much luck in the river, but found mention of several places like a resevoir somewhere along the Asheville Highway...somewhere behind the convenience center. Not sure where. Also, I found a reference to a place in Baileyton called Lakeview Estates. Anyone know of these places. Are they any good? Are they accessible? I don't have a boat, so I need some place to fish from shore.
bob

Nashville, TN

#2 May 15, 2011
New Angler wrote:
I am interested in finding good places to fish in Greene County. I have had the best success at Paint Creek pond. Not much luck in the river, but found mention of several places like a resevoir somewhere along the Asheville Highway...somewhere behind the convenience center. Not sure where. Also, I found a reference to a place in Baileyton called Lakeview Estates. Anyone know of these places. Are they any good? Are they accessible? I don't have a boat, so I need some place to fish from shore.
You can go in at Kinser Park and if you can find it you can access the water at nolichucky view golf course. It is hard to find but i have had success in there. Also just past this point a ways down to the left is another place but its always been to shallow to get to.
bill dance

Morristown, TN

#3 May 15, 2011
they will puy your ass in jail if they catch you at lakeview estates ,the y are the biggest crappy in there you ever saw ,i used to sneek in there years ago ,they are some big fish in there ,the law ran me off a few times ,so fish at your own risk
Looper

United States

#4 May 15, 2011
I would rather let you guys bang my wife as give away my favorite fishing spots.
New Angler

Elizabethton, TN

#5 May 15, 2011
Some fine upstanding husband you must be.
Looper wrote:
I would rather let you guys bang my wife as give away my favorite fishing spots.
New Angler

Elizabethton, TN

#6 May 15, 2011
So explain this place to me. I found it on a website for fishing spots and it sounded like it was a state owned resevoir. It was defintely listed as place you could fish. Is it not publicly owned?
bill dance wrote:
they will puy your ass in jail if they catch you at lakeview estates ,the y are the biggest crappy in there you ever saw ,i used to sneek in there years ago ,they are some big fish in there ,the law ran me off a few times ,so fish at your own risk
Johnny Woods

Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

#7 May 15, 2011
New Angler wrote:
So explain this place to me. I found it on a website for fishing spots and it sounded like it was a state owned resevoir. It was defintely listed as place you could fish. Is it not publicly owned?
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Sounds to me like he's a guy protecting his fishing spot. I got a day off Tuesday (Angela Lingying will be filling in for me) I'll be out there @ lakewiews
ada

Fort Campbell, TN

#8 May 15, 2011
lakeview is privetly owened they have no tresspassing signs up everywhere
I knew better

Smyrna, TN

#9 May 16, 2011
Lakeview Estates is owned by Donald Giesler. A good old fashioned phone call might go a long way. You might want to join here as well. http://www.easttennesseefishing.com/index.php ?
New Angler

Johnson City, TN

#10 May 16, 2011
Thanks for the info. Will do.
I knew better wrote:
Lakeview Estates is owned by Donald Giesler. A good old fashioned phone call might go a long way. You might want to join here as well. http://www.easttennesseefishing.com/index.php ?
parker

United States

#11 Jul 4, 2012
Is paint creek pond any good what's the deal with it
Alfred E Newman

Greeneville, TN

#12 Apr 13, 2013
Tore it up today. I caught 7 rainbow keepers and a couple dozen fingerlings up Paint Creek. Great day to fish. Started with artificial spinners and spoons. No deal. Switched to corn and went as deep as I could find a pool (desperate measure)...the more corn the bigger the trout. Seriously. 1 piece = fingerling 5 pieces = keeper Going back tomorrow with the Green Giant.
wowza

Kingsport, TN

#14 Apr 14, 2013
PoopyBallZ wrote:
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What's the green giant? And I've never used corn before.
Green Giant is a brand name of canned corn. I usually just buy the cheapest one.
Guy

United States

#15 Apr 14, 2013
I realize it isn't in Greeneville, but wading the Noli either in Embreeville or Chestoa is great for smallmouth, just make sure the river is below 1000 cfs or else it is a little dangerous.
Alfred E Newman

Greeneville, TN

#16 Apr 14, 2013
Hit the deep hole at Paint Creek again this morning. Nothing is hitting very well on top except the little ones. Can't get anything to hit artificial. I put a couple of the smallest split shot about 18-24" from the hook to sink the corn faster and BAM!!! It's a good hole, but you have to get the corn to the bottom quickly or the current will ride you out of the hole. Still using the #13 hook and overloading it with corn otherwise the little one get on it or strip it off. Caught 4 about 9-10" this morning before church. Might go back tonight after dinner.
Alfred E Newman

Greeneville, TN

#17 Apr 14, 2013
Guy wrote:
I realize it isn't in Greeneville, but wading the Noli either in Embreeville or Chestoa is great for smallmouth, just make sure the river is below 1000 cfs or else it is a little dangerous.
Good to know. Thanks. Nolichucky was way too fast and muddy yesterday for my light tackle. Might try this next weekend though. I've caught some nice flatheads on the Asheville Highway at the dam years ago before they fixed the road down there. Gizzards and livers seem to work the best way back then.
joe

United States

#18 Sep 13, 2013
Anyone ever fish the industrial park pond in mosheim? Is it legal or do you need permission? Also what's in it?
Nate

United States

#19 Jul 3, 2016
joe wrote:
Anyone ever fish the industrial park pond in mosheim? Is it legal or do you need permission? Also what's in it?
I've never been ran off from there, but I do know there is bass, crappy, and some monster catfish in there. I turned all my catch loose in there last year from Lake Cherokee. As far as I know they are still in there.
beetle spin

Greeneville, TN

#20 Jul 3, 2016
Sneak into the Greeneville water commission municipal supply intake plant on buckingham road. The intake pond is up on top of the hill. It is FULL of fish as the water is straight from the river. Go at night or on a weekend.
Bass Man

United States

#21 Jul 3, 2016
Looper wrote:
I would rather let you guys bang my wife as give away my favorite fishing spots.
I probably done hit that ass and bet anything your fishing spots also. Sorry buddy

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