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  2. I just know if you have a riveted river boat that occasionally bangs on rocks, they tend to leak. I have a 19.5' Grumman square stern canoe that is likewise bulletproof.
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  4. I'm glad to be part of this site. I fish for crappie, bass and trout mostly. I fish mostly on Fort Loudoun, Douglas and Norris. I trout fish at Tellico and Citico Creek in summer months. Past 25 years or so. I usualky only fish Douglas and Norris in the spring. I fish Fort Loudon mainly. However lately in the past few years. I have been going to Chickamuaga and Cherokee alot. Both lakes has gotten alot of attention in the past 5 or 6 years. As I have learned for myself why. Both lakes has some of the best bass fishing around right now. I'm here maybe to post some fishing reports or ideas of my own. Hopefully learn of how others are doing on any of these lakes. I used to fish bass tournaments years ago. No not professionally but in local big team trails. I no longer care for fishing tournaments. I'm retired and just love bass fishing for the right reasons in my opinion of course. That is to relax and have no pressure if I catch fish or not. But to make it more fun for me at bass fishing and fishing in general. I love to learn new ways of fiishing also. Looking forward to hear how others are catching fish too.
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  7. BillSr67, 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. Admin
  8. I tried to replace a transom in my 1957 Jon boat. After about an hour with an angle grinder and titanium drill bit and metal punches, we couldn’t budge the first rivet. Not all rivets are bad, this boat is made from cherry max structure rivets and is probably the toughest damn thing on earth. They used airplane rivets back then
  9. Whatever you get, just make sure the joints are welded aluminum. I think most manufacturers have gotten away from rivets, but a lot of the older boats aren't.
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  13. Mattmrb, 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. Admin
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  15. 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.

  16. Jwhitmire, 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. Admin
  17. Thanks dada. PD (KSP). I’ll look for you when I’m out there.
  18. I live in La Crosse, WI and fish the Mississippi pools 7, 8 & 9. I mainly fish for Walleye, SMB and Yellow Perch. I'm retired but my wife has a few more years before she wants to retire. I would like to move & live out my retirement years to a place where it's not to cold and not to warm. I have heard that Northeast TN has some good water. So I was looking for fishing reports for TN lakes and reservoirs and my go-to forum for fishing reports and lake ratings had TN forums but it was not used by anglers in your neck of the woods. Then I found this website. I won't miss the Wisconsin winters but I will defiantly miss Hockey!
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  20. Thanks for adding me i just found your site
  21. 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.

  22. WIangler, 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. Admin
  23. I am partial to my 1648 Polar Kraft jon boat. You can fish Peach Orchard from the ramp up to the first shoal and down stream to the first shallow shoal below ramp. If you have someone in the front of the boat directing you away from rocks, you can go on above the upper shoal if the water is not too low. When the water is up you can go anywhere you want.
  24. Thanks for the info. Think I will go to the fishing show next week and get a better feel for what I want.
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