Approximately how many miles is it,measuring in a straight line,from the kentucky dam to the pickwick landing dam?

The distance between Kentucky to Pickwick Landing Dam is 150 miles.

Kentucky Dam is 22 miles upstream from the confluence of the Tennessee River with the Ohio. The dam is the longest in the TVA system, and the reservoir, which stretches for 184 miles across the states of Kentucky and Tennessee, is the largest in the eastern U.S.

Kentucky Reservoir is home to many varieties of fish, including largemouth and smallmouth bass, catfish, bluegill, sauger and crappie. Numerous boat docks and launching ramps dot the coves of Kentucky’s shoreline.

Pickwick Landing Dam is a significant producer of hydroelectric power. It has six generating units with a net dependable capacity of 229 megawatts. The dam has two locks: One measures 110-by-600 feet and the other 110-by-1,000 feet.

Pickwick Reservoir is located in southwest Tennessee. It extends 53 miles south from the dam along the Mississippi-Alabama state line and then east into Alabama. The dam was completed in 1938, and the first two of its six hydroelectric generating units began operation the same year.

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