We offer trips on the Cumberland River for “world class” trophy Striper (also known as Rockfish) near Lebanon, Tennessee.
The Cumberland provides an extraordinarily fertile feeding ground for the fish, which is why they get so big.
These 20- to 50-pound, drag screaming, rod bending and reel smoking Stripers are found in abundance in the beautiful waters of the Cumberland.
This fishing is not for the faint of heart. These big fish hit like freight trains and make long powerful runs. The Tennessee state record for a Stiper is 65 pounds and 6 ounces. Striper season in Tennessee runs from fall through to mid-March.