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TN (Hamilton, Meigs, Rhea)

Chickamauga Lake

SEASON: Winter (Current)
SPECIES: Largemouth Bass
WATER CLARITY: 6/10

Relevant Gear for Chickamauga Lake Winter Largemouth Bass Fishing

Winter Largemouth Bass Fishing Reports

  • Reported by Omnia Community

    Season: Winter

    Structure: Boulders

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Structure Jigs

Other Species Fishing Reports for Winter

  • Reported by Omnia Community

    Season: Winter

    Structure: Boulders

    Species: Smallmouth Bass

    Technique: Structure Jigs

Other Season Fishing Reports

  • Reported by Ben Anderson

    Season: Pre-Spawn

    Structure: Points

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Medium Diving Crankbaits (7'-12')

  • Reported by Omnia Community

    Went in May and did pretty well on Cranks sitting in 15’ casting into 3-10’. Using 6’ crank baits in red, anywhere you’d bump grass. Several 3-5lbs, and buddy... Read More

    Season: Spawn

    Structure: Matted Grass

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Medium Diving Crankbaits (7'-12')

  • Reported by Kristine Fischer

    Fish are in various stages of the spawn depending on where you are on the lake. Lots of bucks on beds- As many of the big fish have pulled... Read More

    Season: Post-Spawn

    Structure: Submerged Vegetation

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Chatterbaits

  • Reported by Matthew Burrows

    Still tough with water temps in the 80’s. The monsters have still been elusive but having some luck with 1/10th oz Ned head w/ senko. Try a slow drag and... Read More

    Season: Summer

    Structure: Ledges

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Ned Rigs

    ZMan Finesse TRD COPPERTREUSE / 2 3/4"

    Finesse TRD COPPERTREUSE / 2 3/4"

    zman

  • Reported by Seth Feider

    Running laydowns up the river with a squarebill was my go to in these super tough conditions.

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Laydowns

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Shallow Diving Crankbaits (0-6')

    Rapala BX Brat 2" / Homer's Buddy

    BX Brat 2" / Homer's Buddy

    rapala

  • Reported by Patrick Walters

    The Fall transition is one of the toughest times of the year to catch fish on the Tennessee River. The water is usually falling, massive schools of bait fish are... Read More

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Laydowns

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Frogs/Toads

    Zoom Fluke Stick Green Pumpkin / 6 1/4"

    Fluke Stick Green Pumpkin / 6 1/4"

    zoom

  • Reported by Joey Vanyo

    Smallmouth and Large Spots tend to school up on the main river flats and steep channel edges in moving current on the upper end of the lake. The key is... Read More

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Rock Pile

    Species: Smallmouth Bass

    Technique: Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+)

    Strike King 5XD Sexy Shad / 2 1/2"

    5XD Sexy Shad / 2 1/2"

    strike_king

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