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TN
United States
35° 13' 48" N, 85° 4' 48" W

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Fishing Report Provided by Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency - Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency
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December 11, 2014

 

Chickamauga Reservoir:  Reservoir Conditions: Summer normal elevation: 682.0 feet.  Winter normal elevation: 676.0 feet.  Current elevation: 677.1 feet. The water surface temperature is 49.9 degrees.Largemouth Bass: Some bass are being caught around scattered grass. Lipless lures, spinnerbaits, jigs and some topwater baits are being used. Some bass are being caught shallow in the coves near shad minnows.Smallmouth Bass: Upper reservoir humps, riprap banks, and the area adjacent to the dam are the better areas to fish. Crankbaits, jigs, and live bait are the choices being made to lure smallmouth.Crappie: The crappie fishing is great. If you can’t catch crappie now, you probably can’t catch crappie. Bluff walls with current breaks in the river, select docks, and brush in the secondary creeks are the areas to target. Bluff and dock crappie tend to be black and shallower while the secondary fish tend to be white and deeper. Jigs and minnows are equal opportunity baits.Striped bass: Live bait and swimbaits are being used in the lower end of the lake. At times shad will be pushed into the very shallow water and stripers will follow.Bluegill: Fishflats in the creeks with worms.Sauger: Sauger are scarce but walleye are showing up in good numbers. Most are short. Jigs and minnows are being used.Catfish: Drifters are catching a lot of fish with meaty baits from various sources in selected areas at times.

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Fishing Report Provided by Reel Job Fishing, LLC - Capt. Kent Klewein
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
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Fishing Report
December 11, 2014

Gift Certificates!

Posted By Dell Neighbours on December 10, 2014

The holiday season is upon us!  Don’t know what to get that sportsman in your life for Christmas?  How about a gift certificate for a guided fly fishing trip in the north Georgia mountains.  Certificates are available in any amount or can be made for a full or half day trip of your choice.

Our private waters are fishing very well right now and if you would rather not wade, float trips on the Toccoa tail water have been producing some good fishing as well.  The best thing about a gift certificate is you can book the trip anytime throughout the year to fit your schedule.  Feel free to give us a call with any questions and enjoy a few pics of recent trips while you’re here.

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