Tennessee River (Chatanooga)

Hamilton - Tennessee


  • 40 catches

  • 295 followers

  • 64 spots

This point examines the Tennessee River near the city of Chatanooga.

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Tennessee River (Chatanooga) Fishing Reports

Recently shared catches and fishing spots

  1. Blue Catfish with a nightcrawler

    1. very nice congrats!👌
    2. Scott Sorrell 0
      big boy
    3. Steve Cooper 0
      Whoo hoo!
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  2. 3 lb. Largemouth Bass with a Strike King Worm, Texas Rig

  3. Details: grassy flats

    Texas rig worm/ spinner bait/ top water/ chatterbait

  4. Details: grassy flats

    Texas rig worm / top water / crank

  5. Caught in rocks near suck creek

    5 lb. 3 oz. Largemouth Bass with a plastic worm watermelon red

    1. Melissa Norris 0
      nice catch 😀
  6. Largemouth Bass with a trap

    1. Timothy Coats 0
      yes sir... ROAD TRIP!!!
    2. Noah Shapiro 0
      Hawgs
    3. Robert Coleman 0
      Wow.... Nice Austin!
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  7. 10 lb. Largemouth Bass with a swimbait

    1. Timothy Coats 0
      Need to take me a trip to Tennessee!!!
    2. Melissa Norris 0
      great catch 😀
    3. Noah Shapiro 0
      0_0 Wow that huge
    4. Robert Coleman 0
      THAT is a true HAWG!
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  8. 1 lb. 8 oz. 16 in. Channel Catfish with a stink bait

    1. Chas Watkins 0
      Nice
  9. Largemouth Bass with a rattle trap

    1. Chas Watkins 0
      Nice bass

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