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Kerr Lake


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N36° 34'2.698, W-78° 28'29.788

About Kerr Lake

Kerr Lake, also known as Buggs Island Lake, is a popular destination for boaters and boat recreation activities in North America. Located on the border of Virginia and North Carolina, Kerr Lake stretches over an impressive surface area of approximately 50,000 acres. With its vast size, there is plenty of room for boaters of all kinds to explore and enjoy the scenic surroundings.

The lake reaches an average depth of around 30 feet, although certain areas can have depths of up to 100 feet. This makes Kerr Lake ideal for a variety of activities such as fishing, water skiing, and sailing. Anglers will be delighted to find an abundance of fish species in the lake, including largemouth bass, striped bass, crappie, catfish, and sunfish. Whether you are a seasoned angler or a novice fisherman, Kerr Lake offers a diverse range of fish species to catch and challenges to overcome.

Lake Specs

202 km
Max Depth
100 ft
305 ft