Want to catch big largemouth bass? We’ve definitely got ’em. Bassmaster Magazine declared Chickamauga Lake as the second-best bass fishing lake in the ENTIRE United States. What better way to spend your day on the water than to book a guide to help you have the best fishing experience?
Just Add Water Guide Service
Captain Carter Day is a US Coast Guard licensed captain offering guide services on Lake Chickamauga and Lake Nickajack. As the founder of the Just Add Water Guide Service, Day has over 20 years of tournament experience on both of these lakes, allowing him to give valuable insight to his clients about tournament bass fishing techniques. But Just Add Water Guide Service doesn’t only cater to the pros; Captain Carter Day can help even the least experienced angler have a successful fishing trip and learn some tips and tricks for their next day on the water.
When the weather starts to cool in the fall, Day is a big fan of frog fishing, offering his clients seasoned techniques to catch some giants. In September 2020, Day announced he’ll be working as the exclusive guide for the newly opened local tackle store Lake Chickamauga Tackle & Outdoors.
You can contact Captain Day by phone at (423) 290-5728 or click below to learn more.Learn More About This Guide
Captain Billy Wheat of Rip-Rap Adventures guides on the Tennessee river on Chickamauga and Watts Bar. It doesn’t matter if you’re an experienced bass tournament angler or starting out new to the sport, they can ensure you’ll have a successful and fun fishing trip using their services.
During winter, Wheat will help you catch float-n-fly small mouth, crappie, and striper, using Alabama Rig and jerkbait fishing for largemouth. Everything wants to feed in the spring so whatever is hot that week, they’ll help you catch it. If you want to catch largemouth on deep grass and river ledges in the summer, they have the experience to help. And, of course, in the fall, topwater froggin’ & buzzin’ is an exciting experience! No matter the season or the level of experience, the number one goal for Wheat is for you to learn something new and have a great time doing it.
You can contact Captain Wheat by phone at (423) 987-2606 or click below to learn more.Learn More About This Guide
Scenic City Fishing Charters
Capt. Richard Simms is a Chattanooga native, a former TWRA Game Warden, and an outdoor journalist with 50 years experience as a “Tennessee River Rat”. He created the guide service Scenic City Fishing Charters in 2006, only guiding part-time in the beginning. He gave up his “real job” in 2014 to devote himself to the guide business full-time.
Scenic City Fishing Charters is a hometown passion project for Capt. Simms. He is joined by SIX other guides, all ready to share an up close & personal experience to the Chattanooga area’s finest fishing. Most of the guides at Scenic City are certified fishing captains, all are licensed guides and some of them have even classified amongst the top pro anglers in all of Tennessee. Needless to say, you’re in good hands with these guides!
You can contact Scenic City Fishing Charters by phone at (423) 509-4655 or click below to learn more.Learn More About This Guide
Wishin’ I was Fishin’ Bass Guide
There is nothing more exciting to Captain Dillon Falardeau, of Wishin’ I was Fishin’ Bass Guide services, than feeling a giant bass peeling line off a reel. Falardeau is not only a passionate, fully licensed guide, but he also participates in fish tournaments all across the country. He is fully committed to the fishing industry and spends almost every day of the year on the water.
Captain Falardeau offers half day trips, full day trips, and a unique option called Tournament Trips, where he takes part in a tournament with his client as a team member, competing against other teams. This is a great option to get the feel of tournament fishing, earn a prize, and have a fun, different day on the water. He supplies everything needed for every trip and only asks that you come appropriately dressed and ready to catch some bass.
You can contact Captain Falardeau by phone at (401) 545-0917 or click below to learn more.Learn More About This Guide
Chattanooga Bass Guides
Steve Kite is a licensed bass fishing guide with over 25 years of experience, forming the guide service known as Chattanooga Bass Fishing Guides with Chris Coleman. As a Tennessee native, Steve grew up right here in Chattanooga, knowing the ins and outs of Chickamauga Lake for as long as he can remember. Now, as a successful fishing guide, he is more than qualified to show others proven tactics and cutting edge techniques to become a better bass angler.
Kite is able to offer specialized educational support regarding seasonal patterns, bass behavior, fishing techniques, as well as the different types of wildlife you will encounter in Chattanooga and on Chickamauga Lake. Chickamauga Lake has a large population of largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted bass; Steve will help you catch them all year round. Aside from bass fishing, he is also extremely helpful in the areas of bluegill, catfish, and crappie fishing.
You can contact Chattanooga Bass Fishing Guides by phone at (423) 240-5389 or click below to learn more.Learn More About This Guide
Chris Hight Fishing
Chris Hight is a TWRA (Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency) licensed guide with several years’ worth of experience, specializing in bass and crappie fishing. He works on Lakes Chickamauga, Nickajack, and Carters. Hight believes that there’s no experience or skill level required in order to have a great day on the water learning the best angling tactics and techniques.
If you’re new at fishing and want to make sure your first time goes well, you’re in good hands; whenever the water is willing to give up some of her bountiful crop of bass and crappie, Hight is the perfect man to help you learn to catch it. And best of all, it is on beautiful water in some of the most scenic areas Tennessee has to offer. Sit back, relax, and enjoy a unique bass fishing trip with Chris Hight Fishing.
You can contact Hight by phone at (423) 645-4431 or click below to learn more.Learn More About This Guide