Lookout Shoals Lake -
Formed in 1915, Lookout Shoals has 37 miles of shoreline and 1,305
acres. A relatively shallow lake with many rocky areas, Lookout
Shoals is known for growing quality bass, striper, and catfish.
Due to its small size, shallow depth, and riverine footprint, Lookout
Shoals Lake experiences good water flow and oxygen quality. The
primary forage is threadfin and gizzard shad, plus pan fishes.
The northern limit of Lookout Shoals Lake is the Oxford Dam which
Lake Hickory. Be advised to consider water levels any time you
plan to visit Lookout Shoals, both for boat access and safe navigation.
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