Here is the latest fishing report for Chickamauga Lake.
On June 3rd the elevation of Chickamauga Lake was 682.26. The surface water temperature in the main lake is 76 to 83 degrees. (To check daily elevations and projected of Chickamauga Lake visit :(https://www.tva.com/Environment/Lake-Levels/Chickamauga)
Crappie: Fish brush in 8 to 30 feet of water with jigs or minnows. Some fish are being caught around docks. Large secondary water is the better water to target.
Largemouth Bass: Grassy flats, offshore structure and boat docks are areas many anglers are targeting. Use plastic worms, jigs, swimbaits, or topwater lures early in the day.
Bluegill: Worms, crickets, or small jigs are being used in shallow water. Many fish are being caught along the bluff walls in the creeks or river.
Catfish: Use meaty baits in the river. Current will increase the number of fish caught.
Fishing Tip: Wear YOUR life vest and save a life.
Submitted by: Chattanooga Fishing Guides