Chickamauga

 

 

Chickamauga lake Tennessee fishing reports from TWRA creel clerks and the information is located at Huntfishbuddy

 

Chickamauga Lake Fishing Report:   21 Feb 2018

Chickamauga Reservoir

Reservoir Conditions: Summer normal elevation: 682.0 feet. Winter normal elevation: 676.0 feet. Current elevation: 678.15 feet. The water surface temperature is 50 degrees in some locations.

Largemouth Bass: Slow. Some fish are being caught while using jigs, jerkbaits, or the “Tennessee Rig”.

Smallmouth Bass: Slow. Jigs, jerkbaits, or the “Tennessee Rig” are the better baits.

Crappie: Slow. Fish slow along the bottom in the large secondary areas.

Striped bass: Slow.

Bluegill/Shellcrackers: High muddy tailwater is slowing the fishing. Just a few shellcracker are being caught.

Sauger/Walleye: Slow. Swift, muddy, and rough water.

Catfish: Few anglers.

 

 

 

 

14 Feb 2018

Chickamauga Reservoir

Reservoir Conditions: Summer normal elevation: 682.0 feet. Winter normal elevation: 676.0 feet. Current elevation: 679.18 feet. The water surface temperature is 47 degrees.

Largemouth Bass: Slow. Jerkbaits or the Tennessee Rig are the favorite lures. Just a few fish are being caught.

Smallmouth Bass: Slow. Jigs seem to be the better bait while used on steep rocky banks.

Crappie: Slow. Fish slow along the bottom in the large secondary areas.

Striped bass: Slow.

Bluegill/Shellcrackers: Some shellcracker are being caught in the tailwaters. Use small jigs, wax worm baits or worms. Some days are better than others. Consistency has been a problem.

Sauger/Walleye: Slow. Walleye were being caught until the very cold weather.

Catfish: Few anglers.