About KCT

About the lake, divisional tournaments and organizers

The Trail

KCT was established in 2019. Currently, in year 4, we host monthly tournaments at 8 Kentucky lakes. KY is a crappie fishing hot spot!

The Anglers

The anglers competing in the Kentucky Crappie Trail tournaments are some of the best in the region.

The Skills

The skills required to be a great crappie fishermen are unique. It requires constant practice and mind set.

The Competition

Kentucky Crappie Trail allows anglers of all skill ranges and age to compete on a high level.

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Amazing Crappie Trail

Why Crappie Fishing?

Crappie fishing is one of the most popular types of fishing among anglers in the United States due to the plentiful supply of fish in lakes throughout the country. However, without the right skills, it can still be very difficult to catch a sufficient amount of fish. Our crappie fishing trail is designed for the best Crappie fishermen in Kentucky or surrounding areas. We give them a place to compete, grow their skills and continue to improve the sport of Crappie fishing nationwide.

A Community of Fishermen

Our community of anglers are more than just competitors, they are friends, family and neighbors. 

Building Connection Through a Love of Fishing

We not only compete, we create true community through a shared loved of crappie fishing, boating and nature.

Competition that Excites

The competition at Kentucky Crappie Trail allows our anglers to showcase their skill and reach for the next level.

About Our Lakes

Kentucky Crappie Trail originally began with only Taylorsville Lake, located outside of Louisville, KY in Taylorsville, KY. We are now at 5 divisions and eight lakes in our fourth year (Cave Run, Grayson Lake, Green River, Nolin Lake, Rough River, Lake Cumberland, and Taylorsville, Yatesville Lake).

KCT and our state of Kentucky are home to some of the most incredible fisheries and fishing communities around who all enjoy the peace, beauty, and resources that our lakes have to offer.