Chickamauga Lake: still a top location for largemouth bass.
Competitive mountain bike racing grows.
For a few hours on April 19, Frazier Avenue will be opened up to cyclists and pedestrians
(yes, there's an app for that!)
The folks at Scott’s Bicycle Centre in Cleveland have added a new item to their inventory—the TerraTrike.
(yes, there’s an app for that)
The Chattanooga Chapter of the Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association has grown the sport of mountain biking locally in recent years.
Many anglers in the south tend to take the colder months off from fishing, especially on the big reservoirs, preferring the warmth of the living room to the wet and cold on the lake until later in the spring.
There are advantages to fishing with the help of boats but at the end of the day, they are machines.
Fat bikes are mountain bikes with enormous tires that can be ridden at extremely low tire pressure for better handling in sloppy conditions.
Although fishing can be done in many ways with just the help of your legs (and a good pair of waders), many local anglers use boats to go fishing.
As cold weather begins to ramp up in the Chattanooga area, rain and sometimes icy weather can make mountain biking a bit trickier than in the spring and summer.
Sammy Lee spent most of his life hauling in big bass for fun and profit.
The competitive side of fishing continues to grow in Chattanooga
Another successful season is winding down for the Chattanooga Bass Association’s annual tournament trail.
A taste of Italian cycling will come to the roads of northern Georgia on October 19.
As the warmth of the summer begins to cool into fall, fishing patterns begin to change for all species.
Knoxville professional fisherman Ott DeFoe knows a thing or two about fishing.
When you think about touring the intown Atlanta neighborhoods, riding a bicycle isn't the first thing that comes to mind.
The Silver Comet Trail in North Georgia has in many ways become the gold standard for turning abandoned rail lines into a viable pedestrian and biking lane
Fishing at night is more commonly associated with catfish, but with the right strategies and bait, even bass anglers can find success after the sun goes down
While it may not be as exciting as a rumble between rival motorcycle gangs, bicyclists in Chattanooga and Knoxville are squaring off this summer to see which community has the best cyclists—or at least the most active cyclists.
For the second consecutive year, Chickamauga Lake has been named one of the top 10 bass fishing lakes in the United States.
Two Scenic City cyclists hope to race from college into the pro ranks
With so many mountain biking trails so close to downtown Chattanooga, it is sometimes easy to overlook some equally special trail systems just a few miles further down the road.
In 2012, Stansifer and three friends decided to try kayak fishing—a decision that led to the formation of the Chattanooga Bass Yakkers fishing club and tournament trail.
Brooklyn Hughes is living the best of both worlds.
Bad weather last year and a cold early part of this year threw a bit of a wet blanket on early registration for the 3-State, 3-Mountain Challenge century ride, but ride director Dawn Salyer says that things are starting to pick up in advance of the 27th running of the event on May 3.
Dogs may be man’s best friend, but crappie fishing could prove to be one of dog’s best friends.
Bicycle commuting is a growing trend in bigger cities across the country, and Chattanooga has seen its own growth among folks who live closer to the city center.
A full season of competitive fishing awaits both professional and amateur anglers throughout the Chattanooga area this year.
Cycle Sports Concepts bike shop on Main Street in Chattanooga recently helped make biking possible for young riders who might not have had a chance to ride otherwise.
SORBA rolls out new trail race series
For Michael Long, the past year has been a huge learning experience.
As an incentive for anglers, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has the Tennessee Angler Recognition Program to recognize trophy catches made throughout the year.
While winters in Chattanooga can be chilly and sometimes even downright cold, it’s still a relatively simple area for those who want to stay on the bicycle year round.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has made it even easier to access information on hunting and fishing in the state and keep your fishing license up to date.
Jeff Rhoda has an obsession, and he wants to share it.
Local groups push the pedal on making downtown more bike-friendly.
These are heady days for fishing in the Chattanooga area, especially Chickamauga Lake, and 2014 promises to be even better.
With the major rivers that flow through the area and the extensive TVA reservoir system, it can be easy to overlook the role that small ponds play in fishing throughout the Chattanooga area.
Here’s a look at some commuter clothing and gear to make it easier to use your bike in your everyday life.
The world of technology is coming to the old fishing hole.
The US Pro Championships will take place in Chattanooga May 25-27
The seventh annual Sportsman’s Warehouse Dream Bass Tournament will be held May 4 at Chester Frost Park.
The American Diabetes Association's annual Tour de Cure will roll into Chattanooga May 18 seeking to raise money and awareness in an effort to promote healthier living.
Gary Grider and his buddies didn’t want to be the best anglers in the Tennessee Valley or get rich fishing — they just wanted a way to have fun.
The ever-increasing range of silver carp is moving slowly, but steadily, toward the Tennessee Valley.
For one local company, working with the world’s top cyclists is nothing new.
The world’s best cyclocross racers are coming to North America, and cyclists from Chattanooga are not going to miss out on a chance to see — and even compete — with the world’s best.
Tennessee’s rivers and lakes provide a wide variety of options for anglers.