Reelfoot Lake is one of the most unique natural creations in all of America. Created during the winter of 1811-12, it was the result of a landscape-changing earthquake that was felt in several states. The area, occupied by Native Americans and a great variety of wildlife was destined to never be the same again.
The lake has been the home and livelihood of generations of hunters, trappers and fisherman. It has supported families and wildlife in a beautiful fashion for over 200 years. Located in the northwest corner of Tennessee it sees some 600,000 visitors yearly, mostly fisherman who flock there during the spring and hunters who come in late fall and winter to hunt ducks and geese.
Reelfoot Lake ~ Portraits features some of the wildlife captured by nature and wildlife photographer Glen Spicer. For a close up look at nature like you may have never seen it before, the book is for you. Whether you want a souvenir to remember your visit by, or a gift to share the wonders of this beautiful area with someone, or just for a personal reminder of the wonder of Reelfoot, this book is perfect for you.