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  2. smallieking

    JRivers has joined us!

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  3. JRivers

    JRivers has joined us!

    I live in Jefferson City.. Fish Norris, Cherokee, French Broad mostly. Stripe, Smallmouth, Largemouth are my main focus. I know striper migrate but I am looking for a map or something that has the typical locations of striper during the migration on Cherokee AND Norris. Does such a document or map exist?? Or is anyone willing to share their knowledge?
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  5. JRivers, 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
  6. dada

    New to Walleye Fishing and the Site

    Walleyes are caught BELOW the dams, Ft. Loudon. Douglas, etc. usually in the faster waters below the discharges, with jigs. Also, if you can stay up until 2 AM on Norris, there are a few lake walleyes left . The Clinch river that flows into Norris used to be great for 'eyes, but TWRA says there are no more river strain left there. However, some fishermen says that they catch some on the Clinch, still. ??? dada 6-16-19 7:15 AM
  7. rusty50576

    New to Walleye Fishing and the Site

    There’s a few guys that troll for them effectively with stuff like dipsy divers, lead core line, and maybe even downriggers. Some absolute monsters come out of dale hollow
  8. rusty50576

    Trying to catch alewives

    An alewife looks like a baby skipjack to me (somewhat)
  9. rusty50576

    Ft "Nasty" bass

    It’s flowing fast! I’ve been fishing the slower water swirls
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  11. smallieking

    Burton has joined us!

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  12. Burton

    Trying to catch alewives

    I’m new to live bait for stripers and my first attempt to catch alewives was last night. We only caught 3 and not really sure they were even alewife. We were using a green light and seeing bait fish around 20 feet over 35 to 60 foot of water turning the light off when we cast the net. Is there any specific markings to look for to know it’s alewives? We were on Cherokee lake close to fishing pier.
  13. Burton

    Burton has joined us!

    Thanks for having me, I live on Cherokee lake and have done a lot of crappie fishing . I’m trying to gain some knowledge on the striper and hybrid fishing on Cherokee. I have fished for them before trolling and top water with some success but trying my hand at live bait now but having trouble getting the alewife.
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  15. Burton, 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
  16. dada

    New to Walleye Fishing and the Site

    Welcome to the site, Knox & Ridge. As said, walleyes are scarce in these parts UNLESS you know someone who fishes for them with the knowledge of where , when, & with what! I have seen TWRA net them above Dandridge years ago, so I tried to catch them there with no luck until I was crappie fishing above Indian Creek with plugs & caught a 7+ pound 'eye. Tho I have fished 16 states, Minn & Wis included, that is the biggest for me---- Right after "ice-out" is the best time & WAY ABOVE Walter's bridge is known to give up a few. dada 6-15-19 9:06 AM
  17. dada

    Ft "Nasty" bass

    Went alone on 6-11-19 to same spots & only had ONE hit! Ft. "Nasty" can change overnight, same as Douglas. Water was dirty & 81. I think that TVA was dumping lots of water & that made the bass scarce. dada 6-15-19 8:48 AM
  18. rangerZ518

    Ft "Nasty" bass

    I haven’t caught but 21 bass in 5 trips all year. Haven’t been getting to fish much.
  19. Troutgirl

    Fishing the Trout lakes 2019

    The smaller of the two Rainbows hit a green & gold spoon you gave me.
  20. Troutgirl

    Fishing the Trout lakes 2019

    ....not I.
  21. inthebox30lbs

    Fishing the Trout lakes 2019

    Those rainbows are dandy’s along with those lakers. Headed back to chillhowee the end of this week to try and dial in those bigger bows. I’m disappointed that brookefield won’t update the generation schedule. But ironically we did well Wednesday with no water moving.
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  23. holstonangler

    Fishing the Trout lakes 2019

    Anyone fishing the monster trout tournament on Watauga tomorrow?
  24. Troutgirl

    Fishing the Trout lakes 2019

    That sounds right about the stain. The most stained I've fished Watauga was in Maythree years ago. I did catch fish way more shallow than I expected to. I did catch some fish deeper but I caught a couple of Lakers flat-lining a plug than ran about about 15 feet. I even caught a Drum. It didn't fight hard. I was so sure it was gonna be a Walleye, but no! It was a 6 pound Drum that I let go. I have not caught another since. My good luck fishing doggie was still around back in those days.
  25. TrophyLakerTaker

    Fishing the Trout lakes 2019

    The more stained the water at Watagua the higher the bait fish like to suspend and thus so are the active fish. In stained water, start shallow and then go deeper if needed. My fishing program does not seem affected by the generation times, but there are some spots there that have more current. Might try Sat. Fish Spring Monster Trout tourney is sat i think but weigh in is after 6 pm and its not as good as it used to be when they engraved your name on the plaque for biggest trout. Now its a certificte.
  26. RidgeNHollow

    New to Walleye Fishing and the Site

    Hey Knoxfrog, I am trying to learn walleye fishing on Dale Hollow Lake. I have not been successful so far. Do you have any tips ?
  27. smallieking

    RidgeNHollow has joined us!

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