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Green River Lake Spillway provides anglers with plenty of bank fishing and other amenities that include: restrooms, playground, picnic areas, security lights, paved parking, and a boat ramp.
Green River Lake Tailwater boat ramp provides boaters access to the Green River and is the start of the Green River Blue Water Trail System.
Jason Fitzgerald shows off a 25 inch walleye that was collected for spawning at the Minor Clark Fish Hatchery, before being returned to the Green River Lake Tailwaters.
Walleye congregate below Green River Lake Dam from December-March giving anglers an excellent potential to catch trophy size fish (≥25.0 inches), like this 27 inch walleye collected and released during annual sampling.
Green River upstream of Roachville Ford is very scenic and offers excellent fishing for smallmouth bass, musky and rock bass.
Ryan Kausing holds a 42 inch musky collected and released during a sport fish survey conducted near Roachville Ford Access.
Looking upstream from the gravel ramp at American Legion Park at the Hwy 417 Bridge in Greensburg, KY.
Cory Woosley shows off a pair of 17-inch smallmouth bass collected and released in the Green River near Greensburg, KY.
The view upstream of the Greensburg City Ramp. This park provides bank fishing access and riverside cabin rentals for a weekend get-a-way.
Smallmouth bass population assessment results show excellent numbers of smallmouth bass with trophy fish (≥20.0 inches) present.
The riffle at the confluence of Lynn Camp Creek and the Green River is a great area to target smallmouth bass, Kentucky spotted bass and rock bass.
Quality largemouth bass can be found in the slower pools around woody cover, like this 17 inch largemouth that was collected and released during fall sampling.
Rock bass were the most abundant fish sampled in pool 6. Anglers should expect an excellent potential for catching trophy rock bass (≥10.0 inches). Target areas with slow-moderate current with chunk rock banks.
Green River, near Munfordville, KY, offers anglers and boaters a variety of deep pools, shallow riffles, cold springs and spectacular views not to mention an excellent fishery.
David Baker holds up a nice Kentucky spotted bass (left) and smallmouth bass (right) collected and released during spring sampling near Munfordville, KY.
Green River from the Dennison Ferry Day Use Area in Mammoth Cave National Park. This scenic area has canoe access, picnic areas and an abundance of wildlife.
Green River Ferry located in Mammoth Cave National Park allows boaters to launch boats on the downstream side of the ferry. Be sure to yield to ferry traffic.
Channel catfish are found throughout the entire Green River with the potential for trophy size (≥28.0 inch) fish. Anglers should target slow, deep pools around log jams.
Houchins Ferry, located in Mammoth Cave National Park, provides boaters with access to the river. A camp ground and picnic shelter is located at the ferry crossing.
Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resource personnel navigate their way upstream in a jet drive electro-fishing boat to conduct sport fish surveys on the Green River near Greensburg, KY.