I’ve been on Lake Chickamauga the past week battling the wind, although the cold front from a couple weeks ago really didn’t change the bass too much. You can still find them around the areas they’ve been hanging around the last couple weeks they’ve just moved back out a little. When weather fronts come through and drops the water temps down a couple degrees, all you need to do is slow back down and watch your electronics you will see them laying on the bottom and also look for bait around spawning areas. The Largemouth are wanting to move up but mother nature keeps pushing her back, you will see the water temps in some of the pockets are 64 degrees. With that being said you will start seeing all the beds the buck bass are making, but in most of these pockets the females have not moved in yet. And more than likely when the females get ready, TVA will raise the water up and they will move back out. The old folks use to say the Largemouth bass will start spawning when the dogwood tree start blooming. So if you’ve never heard that, start looking at the trees and watch your water temp and see if the don’t fall in line with each other. The fishing is fixing to bust open on Lake Chickamauga so give us a call and let us guide you to some awesome fishing.