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I don't know about weather patters in Tennessee. Seems to me up here in Northern Indiana. The spring bite for bass has come earlier in the spring and fall bite has gotten later in the fall. I use to be a huge ice fishing nut. But I havant been on the ice in 10 years or little longer. The temperature don't stay down cold to get the good ice. Had 4" or so the first of December for about 2 weeks gone now to mostly open water.

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Fishnuts, NOBODY  moves back North once they have lived  in Tennessee!  (I spent 30 years in Harvey, Ill,  that's how I know)  Welcome aboard .  Douglas Lake, here I come tomorrow.    dada 1-12-20  1:20 PM

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