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  2. smallieking

    Norris Walleye

    Those are nice fish, thanks for sharing. Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
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  4. rusty50576

    Norris Walleye

    Nice fish!
  5. MuskyMan

    Norris Walleye

    Nice, during the day or night ? What did you catch them on ?
  6. dada

    Norris Walleye

    Thanks for the news on Norris. Now if we could only get them back in the upper Clinch River! dada 7-20-18 9:50 PM
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  8. BigPop

    Norris Walleye

    My grandson and I caught a few at Hickory Star this week. Biggest one was 25 inches and two were 20 inches.
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  10. TrophyLakerTaker

    East TN Lakers and Trout 2018 (part 3)

    on the big ones, i use a gaff. It you miss with the net, the hooks usually get caught in the net and they get away. big tangle to in the net also. If you miss with the gaf. no big deal. much more efficient
  11. jmjohnson

    paulct has joined us!

    welcone aboard tell us a little about yoursejf Thanks
  12. Troutgirl

    East TN Lakers and Trout 2018 (part 3)

    Those are some nice looking Salmon! That first one looks like ya'all shot it in the abdomen the way it's bleeding....
  13. TrophyLakerTaker

    East TN Lakers and Trout 2018 (part 3)

    more salmon pics. I'm getting old. I enjoy not fight 3-4 ft waves on Watugua. Hope to go Sat.
  14. TrophyLakerTaker

    East TN Lakers and Trout 2018 (part 3)

    Salmon fishing in northern lake MI the first 2 weeks of July was hit and miss. Lots of high winds. Went on 5 trips and caught 6 kings and a steelhead. Fishing was decent the first few days of July then a big SW blow for 2.5 days scattered the salmon and bait and we caught one mature king on the last 2 trips. It should have blown them in, but it was the opposite. Lots of zeros for guys fishing. Northern Pike were on fire up in the bay. Any weed you saw had one to 2 pike on it. Pike have returned to Northern Green bay like they were in the 50 and 60s my Grandpa and dad told. Spent more than half my time prepping my deer camp and cabin for fall when it was too windy. Here are a few of the king salmon catches.
  15. Fland49

    New to tennessee

    Clarksville. You are in a great place for bass - Barkley & Kentucky lakes are big, shallow, good water color and plenty of bass.
  16. Fourwheeldrive430

    New to tennessee

    I will thank you
  17. Troutgirl

    New to tennessee

    Try Dale Hollow and Old Hickory....they're not so far.
  18. rusty50576

    New to tennessee

    I'm sorry I know nothing about Clarksville. Maybe land between the lakes?
  19. Fourwheeldrive430

    New to tennessee

    Dada I'm in clarksville
  20. smallieking

    paulct has joined us!

    Welcome aboard!! Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
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  22. paulct, Welcome to Tennessee Anglers. We would appreciate it it you'd post a reply below telling us about yourself. An introduction of sorts. Maybe answer some questions like: Where do you fish? What do you fish for? What area are you located? How did you find us? If you soon find yourself wondering why you can't find the fishing reports or maybe why you can't post in the classifieds, it's because you need to make 10 posts or replies first. This is something our members voted on. It helps foster lively discussion while at the same time it cuts back on spammers and one post (boat for sale) wonders. Finally, don't be afraid to click those buttons up top. Even though most of the action here is in our forums, there are a lot of cool features and great people here. Please feel free to browse around and get to know others. And if you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. Don't forget to start your own album in our gallery too. Thanks for joining. ProTek
  23. Fland49

    New to tennessee

    4 wheel drive, welcome to Tenn. From your comment about “southern “ bass, I figure you’ve moved here from walleye country. East TN has some good bass fishing, but lots of pressure from other fishermen and this time of year from pleasure craft of all types. I suggest you try the lakes nearest where you live - that’ll save you time, be easier and you can learn your “home” Lake best. Depending on on where you’ve moved to, check the forum section on bodies of water nearest you. After ten posts you can access fishing reports and you’ll start to get tips and ideas. There are some great anglers on this forum, and many are very helpful to others. Welcome and good luck.
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  25. dada

    New to tennessee

    Welcome. You might try Ft. Loudon in the late evening IF THE WATER IS COOLER THeN 90! I It was a bad day at Douglas due to 89o water temp.Where do you hail from? dada 7-`13-18 10 PM
  26. smallieking

    Fourwheeldrive430 has joined us!

    Welcome to the site, Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  27. Fourwheeldrive430

    New to tennessee

    Hey fellow anglers , I just moved to the state and am itching to get out and catch some southern bass to add to my list . Looking for a few suggestions on where to fish .
  28. Fourwheeldrive430

    Fourwheeldrive430 has joined us!

    Just moved to Tennessee a few days ago and can't wait to add some southern bass to my list ! If anyone has any suggestions on where to fish around the clarksville area I'm all ears .
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