Roberts Creek Lake
6 miles northeast of Knoxville
20.4 ft. (2008 - Data collected as part of the statewide lake mapping program.)
No Size Limit at No Wake
Amenities at Roberts Creek Lake include:
- Boat Access
- Hard Surface Boat Ramp
The bluegills sampled in 2013 were very abundant and ranged in size from 4 to 7.5 inches. White and black crappie are both present in good numbers. Black crappie are the most abundant and are mostly 7 to 9 inches. White crappie are fewer in number, but larger in size. Many white crappie were 9 to 11 inches. Largemouth bass were sampled in low numbers due to high lake levels at the time of sampling. A fair bass population can be expected with fish at all sizes up to 20 inches. Channel catfish are very abundant in all sizes from 9 to 29 inches with a large group of fish between 11 and 16 inches. Since Roberts Creek is connected to Red Rock Reservoir during high water, other game fish species do migrate in at mostly low numbers. The additional game fish found include white bass, wipers, walleye, and flathead catfish. (2013)
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