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  • Dayton, TN - The NEW Bass Fishing Capitol of the South
  • Dayton, TN - The NEW Bass Fishing Capitol of the South
  • Dayton, TN - The NEW Bass Fishing Capitol of the South
  • Dayton, TN - The NEW Bass Fishing Capitol of the South


Dayton, TN


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Andy Morgan wins Back-to-Back AOY Titles

For the second year in a row Andy Morgan wins the Angler of the Year title after one of the best seasons ever by an angler. (FLW Outdoors / Brian Lindberg)

Despite being one of the most consistent anglers on Tour, Morgan never dreamed of capturing back-to-back AOYs.

“Realistically, you can’t expect to go out and win the Angler of the Year title,” Morgan went on to say. “You have to go out and try to get every dollar you can at every event. And honestly, you need to just try and survive. I have learned how to survive and if you do that then the pieces will fall into place for a good season.”

To say Morgan’s season was fantastic would be an understatement. His worst finish of the year came at Sam Rayburn with a 22nd-place finish. Before that, Morgan took 13th at Okeechobee and 2nd from Hartwell. Jump to Beaver Lake and Morgan again found himself in the runner-up spot. On Pickwick he landed in 21st and ultimately culminated in his 14th-place showing this week.

Morgan is thankful to all of his sponsors for their support: Livingston Lures, Zoom Bait Company, Bullet Boats, Evinrude, War Eagle Lures, New Breed Archery, Orca coolers and Sheffield Financial.

When asked about how it felt to hoist the trophy for the second year Morgan said, “Dude, I still don’t think this has sunk in yet.”

Rhea Alliance presents Scholarship Tourney

Rhea Alliance guarantees $2k to winner of Rhea County Scholarship Tournament


2014 Chickamauga Giants - 49lbs

February 16, 2014 - RECORD STRINGER 49lbs

Rogne Brown (L) leads what local experts believe to be the largest 5 bass stringer ever caught Sunday on Chickamauga. The 5 bass shown weigh over 49 pounds! These fish were caught and released back into RED HOT CHICKAMAUGA Lake. We are looking forward to this weeks tournament action to see what it will take for the win!