Watts Bar Lake by the TWRA

 

Watts Bar Lake Tennessee report by TWRA Region III with the data coming from Huntfishbuddy

 

Watts Bar Lake Fishing Report:     14 Feb 2018

Watts Bar

Reservoir Conditions: Normal summer elevation: 740.5 feet. Normal winter elevation: 736.0 feet. Current elevation: 740.20 feet. The water surface temperature is 47 degrees.

Largemouth Bass: Slow. A few fish are being caught. Fish slow.

Smallmouth Bass: Slow. Jigs and rocky banks should be used in combination.

Crappie: Slow. Fish along the bottom with jigs or minnows in ditches in the secondary water.

Catfish: Slow.

Walleye: Slow. The number of anglers visiting the tailwaters is low.

 

 

 

 

07 Feb 2018

Watts Bar

Reservoir Conditions: Normal summer elevation: 740.5 feet. Normal winter elevation: 736.0 feet. Current elevation: 736.63 feet. The water surface temperature is 47 degrees.

Largemouth Bass: Slow. A few fish are being caught along the deeper banks while using jerkbaits, jigs, or jig plastic combinations.

Smallmouth Bass: Slow. Jigs used on primary points is a combination that is working for some anglers.

Crappie: Some suspended deep fish are being caught in the large secondary areas. Use jigs.

Catfish: Slow.

Walleye: Slow. The number of anglers visiting the tailwaters is low.