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  1. 4 points
    CA girl all my life, now I'm moving to TN with more lakes, more streams and bigger fish. The closest fishing from here in San Fernando Valley is at least 4 hours away. It's about time I move out of CA. I have fished freshwater all my like and occasionally surf and charters. I own multiple fishing poles and spinning reels, a few ocean reels. For bait its #1 Nightcrawlers, Lures,salmon eggs. My husband and i usually camp for at least a week in the Sierras where we fish stocked rainbows, 2-3 times a year. I love fishing, and the outdoors. My only birthday wish for the last 20 years is to go fishing.
  2. 4 points
    Finally got the new motor to plane out for a few hundred yards while breaking it in, just one time. My old 25 would do 23 MPH, the new Tohatsu 20 would do 20. SHUCKS!. Oh well, it starts great, vibrates a little more than the old one & gets great gas mileage. AND it doesn't leave me stranded---- dada 6- 28-20 9:23 PM
  3. 3 points
    After 31 year old motor went bad again, I ordered a new one. Found that 2 cycles are not made, so I got a 4 cycle that weighed less than my old one. A 20 hp Tohatsu that pushes my 14" boat better than the Evenrude 25. The dealer in Jefferson City was knowledgeble & knew what I asked, so I will deal with him in the future also. It is great to meet an honest dealer----! I will keep you informed when I get the new one. dada 6-17-20 8:25 AM
  4. 2 points
    I live between Kingsport and Fall-Branch. I’ve fished all my life. I used to fish Striper tournaments (Stu Tinneys STRIPER trail) fished local bass tournaments and did the BASS club thing. Guided some for stripers on Boone working with Tom Richards.. when my daughter was born in 95 I had to step back from it. Fishing 5 days a week is basically work and I needed to dedicate my time to my family. After my daughter was older;I started pay lake carp fishing and enjoyed that very much. I also hunt deer and turkey and just enjoy what God has blessed us with. i have a grandson now and am getting back into fishing so in a few years we can hopefully make some memories as I did with my grandfather. Got a boat a couple weeks ago(Tracker 175 TXW TE) and am looking forward to getting “my mojo” back. Lol
  5. 2 points
    Thanks for adding me, I am in east TN and usually fish for trout, bass, and carp. I mainly fish the rivers wading or from aluminum bass boat.My home rivers are the Clinch, Holston, French Broad, Smokies. It's unlimited what we have within a couple of hours drive. I mainly fly fish but do some spin fishing here and there. I look forward to learning and helping when I can.
  6. 1 point
    You'll be living on top of the Cumberland Plateau. It's a bit cooler there in summer than in the valley but it's colder and snows more in the winter. You may not like the Central Time Zone. Cumberland County and all the counties west left the Eastern Time Zone during the Radio Wars of the 1920's. The Grand Ole Opry, in Nashville, beat out the Mid Day Merry Go Round, in Knoxville as the most popular radio show. Folks didn't wanna be confused about when the Opry was on the air. It gets dark early in Crossville. It ought to be on Eastern Time. Crossville is about 60 miles west of Knoxville. I mostly fish in the mountain lakes to the east in both Tennessee and North Carolina. My lakes are Chilhowee, Calderwood, Cheoah, Santeetlah, Fontana, South Holston, and my favorite, Watauga which serves up fat Lakers like this one.....
  7. 1 point
    Hope you enjoy our state. Fishing is good here. What part of TN? Welcome to TN
  8. 1 point
    Welcome to the Tennessee Valley! Now you're a big time valley girl armed with a rod and reel. There's more kinds of fish here. Take your pick.
  9. 1 point
    Welcome aboard Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  10. 1 point
    Yup, I think your right, I had a nissan 40hp on an older boat years ago, same thing, just plain ran forever it seemed like. If I repower in the years to come, it will be a tohatsu. But my Evinrude E-Tec has been so good to me too. It's just too bad they are stopping production of E-Tecs.
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    anomily88, 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
  12. 1 point
    welcome aboard glad to have you
  13. 1 point
    I had a Tohatsu TLDI 90 hp on a previous boat. That engine was awesome. The most reliable and quiet engine at that time. I would not hesitate to buy another one if I had to. Great engines.
  14. 1 point
    Welcome Aboard Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
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