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Chattanooga Bass Assassins is a Bass fishing club that is located in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Our home lake is Lake Chickamauga.

 The club is private and members are voted in by existing members of the Chattanooga Bass Assassins . We pride ourselves on fun and conservation.

 The Chattanooga Bass Assassins fish eleven tournaments a year plus a cancer benefit and a classic. 

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CHATTANOOGA BASS ASSASSINS


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LOCAL FISHING REPORTS

Chickamauga: Reservoir Conditions: Summer normal elevation: 682.0 feet.  Winter normal elevation: 676.0 feet.  Current elevation: 677.2 feet. The water surface temperature was 44 degrees in the main channel and many sloughs were froze on Sunday.


Largemouth Bass: Some bass are being caught along deep banks by anglers using the rig.  Rattletraps are being used to catch fish around grassy points in 6 to 8 feet of water.
Smallmouth Bass: Lower and main lake rocky banks while using jigs is the working combination most are using.
Spotted Bass:
Main channel banks in the upper reservoir while using jigs or small crankbaits will provide the greater opportunity to land these fish.
Crappie:
Most areas of the reservoir can be productive crappie areas for those using jigs or minnows for bait.  Sunken brush, channel ledges, and rocky bluffs are areas to target.  Depth varies according to the area being fished and time of day.  Shallow areas will be better as the water warms slightly.  River fish are most often more shallow than the creek fish. 
Striped bass: A few striped bass are being caught along the main channel banks around bars where shad congregate.  Swimbaits are being used by those that target the stripers.
Bluegill: Deep rocky banks in the river and creeks are holding bluegill.  Most bluegill being caught are being caught by crappie anglers.
Sauger:
  Only a few are being caught.  The upper reservoir is difficult to fish because of the heavy current.  Proper presentation of the bait along the bottom is making catching sauger challenging.
Catfish: Main lake and shad in combination is a technique where big fish are being caught

Nickajack: NO REPORT

SOURCE: TWRA


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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