yes, I fish it every year. It is a great lake to fish for Big Crappie and Big Bluegill. Don't know about fishing it in June, it might be pretty hot down there. My family just got back from there Thursday. Did pretty decent on crappie the days they could get out. You have to watch Reelfoot, you can get blown off the lake pretty easily.
I would suggest staying at either Blue Bank Resort or Cypress Point Resort. They supply the room, boat, gas, ice, and bait. They are very friendly people down there and will help you out.
I will be back down there the second week of October.
Awesome picture, I love the background and structure for spring crappies. Too bad I'll be there a bit late for the close to shore action. I hope to pick a few up in deeper water trolling. Thanks for the reply.
Get ahold of Ray Woodruff at Reelfoot, he has a guide service below is one of his emails recently:
"Hello friends! Just an updatte to let you know that the time is here and the BASS & CRAPPIE are hungry. We've been catching some quality fish in good numbers so don't wait. Book a guide trip and enjoy catching some quality fish.
CALL (731) 335-0263 or (731) 479-3482 (Reelfoot Lake rates are $200 per day for two and $250 for three people. Tackle furnished for crappie.) (Kentucky Lake rates are $225 and $275.)
I will help arrange your lodging accommodations at either Reelfoot Lake or Kentucky Lake, whichever you choose to fish, if you'd like. Just let me know.