Tennessee anglers came down to Lake Chickamauga to see what they could catch on a hot and humid Sunday. With temperatures soaring into the mid-nineties it would be a grind to be on the lake all day. But as always happens in these events, someone finds the good fish and comes away with a victory. That is exactly what Andon Goins and Blake Wheat did on Sunday. They walked up to the scales and dropped 24-13 pounds to take the win by more than nine pounds.
They also took the Lew’s Big Bass Honors with a 7-06 lunker and claimed two Lew’s Reels.
Elijah Kelley and Hunter Slone tried to keep pace but only managed 15-03 pounds for the runner-up spot.
JT McClain and Landon Priest finished third by one ounce with 15-02 pounds.
Rounding out the top five spots were Connor Terry and Jace Richardson with 13-12 pounds. Fifth belonged to Caleb Griffin and Bryson Bailey with 7-07 pounds. Most anglers caught their fish shallow for the most part and several different baits were used including jigs, Carolina Rigs, Swimbaits and crankbaits.
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