UPCOMING EVENT: FLW Tour - 2019 - Lake Champlain

FISHING LEAGUE WORLDWIDE

FLW Angler Scores Monster Chickamauga Bass

FLW Angler Scores Monster Chickamauga Bass

Avid T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League angler Todd Beaty has the bass world buzzing this week after landing a 14-pound, 8-ounce largemouth on Tennessee’s Lake Chickamauga on Dec. 30. READ MORE »

Lake Chickamauga Top 10 Patterns

Lake Chickamauga Top 10 Patterns

Eventful weather was the name of the game at the Costa FLW Series Southeastern Division finale on Lake Chickamauga presented by Lowrance. Day one was cancelled due to predicted high winds. The forecasted wind didn’t materialize, but torrential rain did. That led to even muddier conditions and rising water levels. William Weidler from Bessemer, Ala., won the tournament with his go-to bait – a 1/2-ounce Dirty Jigs No-Jack Swim Jig with an H&H Swamp Frog trailer. Like Weidler, most other anglers also picked some variety of jig as their preferred lure. But a couple of anglers threw the bass a curveball. READ MORE »

Top 10 Baits from Lake Chickamauga

Top 10 Baits from Lake Chickamauga

With only a couple of exceptions, jigs of some variety were the go-to lures for the top 10 anglers in the Costa FLW Series Southeastern Division finale on Lake Chickamauga presented by Lowrance. But some anglers were giving their lures a little extra personal "tweak" that they felt paid off with a check. READ MORE »

Co-angler Whisenhunt Holds on at Chickamauga

Co-angler Whisenhunt Holds on at Chickamauga

In only his fifth FLW event, Chase Whisenhunt ended up at the top of the co-angler leaderboard in the Costa FLW Series Southeastern Division finale on Lake Chickamauga presented by Lowrance. The angler from Trussville, Ala., picked up a check for $28,100, his first time ever to be in the money. READ MORE »

Weidler Wins it on Chickamauga

Weidler Wins it on Chickamauga

Fishing against a field of 197 pros, William Weidler came out on top in the Costa FLW Series Southeastern Division finale on Lake Chickamauga presented by Lowrance. In an abbreviated event, cut from three days to two by bad weather, Weidler brought a cumulative total of 45 pounds, 2 ounces of bass (10 keepers) to the weigh-in stand. "I can't believe I won," says Weidler. "I just got into the event on Tuesday. I wasn't going to fish it. I just got in it, came up here and put my head down and got it done." READ MORE »

Lake Chickamauga Saturday Midday Update

Lake Chickamauga Saturday Midday Update

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Top 5 Patterns from Chickamauga on Friday

Top 5 Patterns from Chickamauga on Friday

Nobody hit the magic Lake Chickamauga "30-pound bag" on Friday, but the top five pros in the Costa FLW Series Southeastern Division finale presented by Lowrance all came close to averaging 5 pounds per bass. READ MORE »

Ford in Front at Chickamauga Hawgfest

Ford in Front at Chickamauga Hawgfest

New Smyrna, Fla., pro Anthony Ford leads the way on Friday at Lake Chickamauga after catching a limit that weighed 26 pounds, 14 ounces. He’ll seek his first FLW Tour win on Saturday, the final day of competition. Due to the day one cancellation, FLW will not cut the field to the top 10 on Saturday. All 196 boats will head out on the east Tennessee impoundment beginning at 6:45 a.m. ET. READ MORE »

Lake Chickamauga Midday Update Day 2

Lake Chickamauga Midday Update Day 2

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Cold Front Greets Anglers on Chickamauga

Cold Front Greets Anglers on Chickamauga

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Costa Anglers Bide Their Time in Dayton

Costa Anglers Bide Their Time in Dayton

After day one of fishing was cancelled due to high winds at the Costa FLW Series event presented by Lowrance on Lake Chickamauga, out-of-town anglers could only bide their time today, waiting for action to kick off on Friday. The media crew is idle, too, so we cruised around town to find out how anglers are spending their unexpected off day. READ MORE »

Davidson Wins Chickamauga Regional

Davidson Wins Chickamauga Regional

To say that Ryan Davidson won the 2016 FLW Bass Fishing League Regional presented by Mercury on Lake Chickamauga is almost an understatement. When the last fish was weighed for the three-day tournament (Sept. 29-Oct.1), Davidson topped the second-place finisher Dustin Huggins by a whopping 12 pounds. READ MORE »