Fish Dayton on Lake Chickamauga
The legend continues to grow for Lake Chickamauga. In February of 2015, Gabe Keen landed a 15.3 lb giant largemouth bass that shattered a 60-year-old state record. But Lake Chick keeps producing. FLW and Bassmaster fields continue to see record numbers as pro anglers unlock the mystery of one of the greatest fisheries in the nation.
In recent years we've hosted some of the largest tournaments including:
2013 Walmart FLW Tour in June of 2013
Bassmaster's first ever BASSFest in June of 2014
2015 Walmart FLW Tour in June of 2015
2017 Bassmaster HS Largest Tourney in history of B.A.S.S.
Our Dedicated Team - We are Committed to You
John invites you and your organization to find out why Dayton, Tennessee is #BassTownUSA.
Dennis TumlinFish Dayton
Dennis is steadfast in his commitment to ensure tournament directors and anglers have everything they need for a successful event or vacation.
Mayor Louallen and fellow city council members shared a vision for the City of Dayton to become a bass fishing mecca. Since, the town has seen tremendous growth with over $12 million dollars in investments from private capital to ensure visitors have every accommodation at their disposal.
Penny is on the front lines of our hospitality efforts. If you're looking for accommodations or special requests, she can make it happen. When you meet Penny expect a friendly smile and eager-to-help attitude.
It is well known that Chickamauga Lake has become “The Land of the Giants” for largemouth bass thanks to a Florida-bass stocking program started by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency in 2000. Lake Chickamauga continues to produces record bass for top competitive bass fishing organizations such as Bassmaster and FWL.