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  2. LarryB

    LarryB has joined us!

    Hi folks. I live in N.Ga and my outdoor activities include -fishing ,hunting and gardening. I used to fish a lot of tournaments; but have slowed down a lot. I really like fishing the clear mountain lakes and streams. I enjoy getting away from bass fishing sometimes. I enjoy catching multi-species that include trout, walleye, yellow perch, crappie and big bream, or shellcrackers. I found this site while lookin for info on yellow perch fishing. Thanks, for letting me in.
  3. smallieking

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    Welcome Aboard!! Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  4. Welcome to Tennessee Anglers. Don't forget to check your messages. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.

  5. LarryB, 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. jmjohnson

    fishinfool has joined us!

    welcome aboard glad to have you join us enjoy
  7. smallieking

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    Welcome Aboard!? Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  8. Welcome to Tennessee Anglers. Don't forget to check your messages. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.

  9. fishinfool, 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
  10. jmjohnson

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    welcome aboard glad to have you join us
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    welcome aboard glad to have you
  12. ecox

    White bass vs Rockfish

    Everybody hopes they are. (except maybe one)
  13. dloveday

    White bass vs Rockfish

    I am inclined to think they are juvenile rockfish and that soon there will be huge hordes of them chomping on crappie.
  14. rusty50576

    White bass vs Rockfish

    This is where things can get a little confusing because the stripes are broken on every single white bass. The way to tell HYBRID from ROCKFISH is the broken stripes . Distinguishing a white bass from a hybrid can be tricky if not impossible but distinguishing a white bass from a rockfish is easy
  15. ecox

    White bass vs Rockfish

    Not likely hybrids since Eagle Bend does not produce hybrids. The hybrids come from other hatcheries. Most likely female white bass but could be small striped bass.
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  17. tnanney

    White bass vs Rockfish

    They possibly are hybrids, which typically run 2 - 3 #. The way to tell (according to the TWRA Fish ID chart) is that the lateral lines on the hybrids are broken. They are also slightly darker than the white bass.
  18. ecox

    White bass vs Rockfish

    I like turtle soup.
  19. rusty50576

    White bass vs Rockfish

    screw the turtles, give them to me! Haha
  20. dada

    White bass vs Rockfish

    Derrick, turtles have to eat too! Now you know why I don.t fish Cherokee & Norris anymore----SO MANY HUNGRY TURTLES! dada 1-11-19 3:43 PM
  21. Jusfishn

    White bass vs Rockfish

    You're on to something dada. I'd bet they was rockfish and they have ate all the crappie out of there like they did at Cherokee. U may have to start rock fishing.
  22. ecox

    White bass vs Rockfish

    Likely white bass since numbers are extremely small. TWRA does not stock Melton Hill. There is a few escape from the hatchery and the brood fish is all. Body shape is easiest way to tell for me.
  23. rusty50576

    White bass vs Rockfish

    I've got a buddy that has been getting limits of crappie out on Melton. I don't know how or where though. The best way to tell white bass from striper is the body shape. Melton Hill has a lot of both species
  24. Gaylen & I fished Melton Hill on 1-7-19 for crappie. No crappie, but caught 1 catfish & a dozen , or so, LARGE white bass on fly/minnows. My question- At 2-3 # each, were these ROCKFISH? I didn't check the bumps on the tongue , but they were caught 2 at a time. These were caught out from Carbide (now Clark) Park. Does anyone have any knowledge on how to ID these fish? Melton used to have plenty of yellow perch & crappie & this is the first time I fished that area. dada 1-11-19 9:46 AM
  25. Tubejig

    Little humor

    A little lady went to buy cat food. She picked up three cans, but was told by the clerk, " Sorry, but we can't sell this to you without proof you have a cat. Too many seniors are buying cat foot to eat. Management wants proof that you are buying this for your cat." The lady went home, brought in her cat and was sold the cat food. The next day, she tried to buy two cans of dog food and was again told she couldn't buy them without proof. The lady went home, brought in her dog and was sold the dog food. One day later, she brought in a box with a hole in the lid and asked the cashier to stick her finger in the hole. The cashier said, "No, you might have a snake in there." The lady assured her that there was nothing in the box that would harm her. The cashier put her finger into the box, quickly pulled it out and exclaimed, "That smells like crap!" The lady replied, "It is. I want to buy two rolls of toilet paper."
  26. Jusfishn

    Jon Boat Conversion

    There is a metal supply yard that will sell u anything/size u want. Not sure about aluminum. It's on North National Drive in Knoxville. Can get a address if u need one.
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