Chickamauga Reservoir: Reservoir Conditions: Summer normal elevation: 682.0 feet. Winter normal elevation: 676.0 feet. Current elevation: 677.2 feet. The water surface temperature is 48 degrees. Largemouth Bass: Good. Anglers casting along river banks with the rig are having a few good days. Some large bay area fish are being caught while using jigs or the rig. Smallmouth Bass: Good. More smallmouth than usual are being caught on the lower end and tailwater anglers are catching several also while using the rig or jigs. Main lake banks are better. Crappie: Many crappie are being caught around some docks and in large secondary waters under baitfish. Jigs or minnows are equal opportunity. Striped bass: Not many reports or observations. Bluegill: Fish in deep creeks near the bottom while using small jigs or worms. Sauger:Slow. Very few sauger and walleye are being caught. Catfish: Good. Drifters are catching a lot of fish in the main channel while using meaty bait from various sources.
Fishing Report Provided by Reel Job Fishing, LLC - Capt. Kent Klewein
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January 28, 2015
It’s that time of year to stop dreaming of fishing, and just put on a extra layer of cloths and go for it. I love this time of year, cause only the hard core fisherman are on the water. But it’s also a good time of year to catch some toads, I’ve been out the past couple weeks and have caught allot of fish. Some have came on dropshot, flaot-n-flay and the A-rig, if you’ve never fished these techniques you don’t know what your missing. Also this time of year is a great time to learn more about your electronics. Here’s a little tease of a 7lb largemouth caught on a umbrella rig last week. Nows a good time to get a head start on your spring fishing trip, book now so you don’t miss out on your date with a big fish.
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