Lake Chickamauga is part of the Tennessee River that stretches 58.9 miles long and has 810 miles of shoreline. Chickamauga has been ranked 5th in the Nation as one of the best bass fisheries, and it holds the BFL one-day record of 5 bass over 40 pounds. In 2015 the new Tennessee state record Largemouth bass was caught in Lake Chickamauga, weighing 15 pounds and 2 ounces. This is a river channel lake, so you’re always looking for current flowing. When the current is flowing the fish are feeding. There are so many different ways to catch fish on this lake. One might flip jigs around docks or go in the back of creeks and pockets and throw swimbaits. In the summer months, you can fish the ledges and humps with Carolina rigs, big monster worms, mega spoon, shaky head, and dropshot. At any time you could hook into a 10lb bass. Book a Fishing Trip on Lake Chickamauga.