• Trout fishing heating up with cool weather


    Fall is here and brings with it the return of the popular delayed harvest season on the Hiwassee River.  The delayed harvest area of the Hiwassee River stretches from the Appalachian Powerhouse downstream to the L&N Railroad Bridge. 

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  • TWFC sets commercial fishing regulations


    The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission approved the state’s 2014-15 commercial fishing proclamation at its September meeting.

    The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency had made its proposal for 2014-15 during last month’s meeting. TWRA Fisheries Division Chief Bobby Wilson reviewed the proposals during the committee meeting session.

  • TWRA accepting comments on fishing proposals


    The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) Fisheries Division announced its proposed 2015-16 sport fish and commercial fishing regulation changes during the Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission’s August meeting.  TWRA Fisheries Division Chief Bobby Wilson made the proposals at the Aug. 28-29 meeting of the TFWC held in Jackson.

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  • TWFC sets fidhing regulations


    The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission approved the state’s 2014-15 sport fish regulations during its October meeting at the Meadowview Conference Center.

  • Fishing Report


    Dale Hollow: Fishing is slow. Water temperature is 80 degrees; water is falling. A few bass are being caught on shallow running crankbaits around shallow wood in the rivers. A few crappie re being caught on minnows around fallen trees. Several bluegill are being caught on crickets and nightcrawlers on bluffs in 25 feet of water. A few walleye are being caught while jigging spoons in 32 feet of water on breaks near the dam.

  • Harriman’s Brown wins on Lake Cherokee

    Harriman’s Matt Brown recently won the Walmart Bass Fishing League (BFL) Volunteer Division co-angler tournament on Lake Cherokee.

  • Anglers gear up for event on Chickamauga

    The Walmart FLW Tour on Lake Chickamauga presented by Chevy will visit the Dayton, Tenn., area June 27-30 for the sixth and final regular-season tournament of its 18th season. Hosted by the City of Dayton, the tournament will feature the world’s best bass pros and co-anglers casting for top awards of up to $125,000 cash in the Pro Division and up to $25,000 cash in the Co-angler Division.

  • Oliver Springs team finds success on the lake

    Oliver Springs High School seniors Dustin Mayton and Hayden Everett represented Tennessee at the Southeastern Conference Bass Fishing Championship on Sept. 29 at Lake Wylie along the border of North and South Carolina.