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Striper, Trout, Smallmouth, and Musky, guide trips in the Nashville area. Our home waters are Cumberland and Caney Fork River and our specialty is fly fishing for Trout and Stripers.

~Our tradition is that of the first man who sneaked away to the creek when the tribe did not really need fish~

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Miscellaneous Lakes Rivers and Streams / Re: End of Summer
« Last post by TFTN Admin on Today at 07:20:58 AM »
Give me a shout Brady, we can explore Centerhill.
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Miscellaneous Lakes Rivers and Streams / End of Summer
« Last post by Brady Haston on Yesterday at 05:02:40 PM »
Thought I would take a break from working and post a couple images from a recent trip out with a friend. Creek was low and clear as is typical for this time of year. Both his wife and father are battling cancer, so I was happy to take him out for awhile to get his mind off things.




The bass were willing to bite and we took advantage of the day.


I am always amazed that such nice fish can live in skinny water.


Leaves are beginning to fill up to fill up the creeks now and I am going to start hitting the lakes.
Also heard a rumor  that a kid caught a 9 pound smallmouth in one of the Duck River tributaries......
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Out of State Fly Fishing / Re: British Columbia Bull Trout
« Last post by Steve Howard on Yesterday at 08:24:40 AM »
Beautiful fish and looks like a beautiful place to visit.

That ankle looks rough, hope you recover quickly!
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Out of State Fly Fishing / Re: British Columbia Bull Trout
« Last post by David L. Darnell on September 17, 2017, 08:06:37 PM »
That area had been on my radar for over 10 years.

The people we dealt with reminded me of growing up in and around Lynchburg in the 60/70's

Beautiful area but couldn't see for the smoke, BC had 180 fires during our visit

I had my yearly physical on the Tuesday after we returned, showed it to my dr. he is a big outdoorsman, when I showed him how my left toe hung a rock, left heel kept coming to the right, foot rolled in on the insole, then my body just fell to the left over everything that was anchored, doc said it should have snapped, (his did in same situation deer hunting) we were 42 kilometers up the nastiest logging road you can imagine.

I figured I would go to my grave with a nasty limp, doing very well, I keep pushing it to the edge of hurting and back off, my neice has her doctorate in physical therapy, I picked her brain by text when I hurt it.

They don't know what pea gravel looks like up there, big round slick nasty rocks
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Out of State Fly Fishing / Re: British Columbia Bull Trout
« Last post by Brady Haston on September 17, 2017, 07:54:56 PM »
Those are amazing fish! Hope your foot recovers quickly.
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Out of State Fly Fishing / Re: British Columbia Bull Trout
« Last post by bee on September 17, 2017, 07:05:40 AM »
Nice fish and bad looking ankle.  Glad you were able to finish a long range trip. 
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Out of State Fly Fishing / British Columbia Bull Trout
« Last post by David L. Darnell on September 16, 2017, 08:34:42 PM »
August 21-31 Tom Gray drove up from Bend Oregon, picked me up at Spokane Int Airport.

2017-09-12_10-23-59 by David Darnell, on Flickr

Drove to Kimberly, used it as our base.

IMG_8051-1 by David Darnell, on Flickr

prespawn male

IMG_8065 by David Darnell, on Flickr

IMG_8076 by David Darnell, on Flickr

they put a nice bend in Tom's Scott Radian 9'6" #7

20170823_114325 by David Darnell, on Flickr

20170823_120045 by David Darnell, on Flickr

did this on my second fish, 50 minutes into the backcountry trip on the 23rd, lucky I didn't get a helicopter ride out, all I could do not to throw up for first 24 hours when I took a step, sad part is I done it on the bank  :o

20170825_080300 by David Darnell, on Flickr

20170826_082348 by David Darnell, on Flickr

I toughed it out and finished the trip, it helped that we had a float trip the next day on the St Mary River, let my foot rest.


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General Discussion / Re: Water water all around!
« Last post by Steve Howard on September 11, 2017, 08:07:57 AM »
Very nice Mike! You are going to have a great time on that lake.
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General Discussion / Re: Water water all around!
« Last post by Brady Haston on September 10, 2017, 08:51:36 AM »
Center Hill is a fun place to chase those brown fish........
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General Discussion / Re: Water water all around!
« Last post by Bfish on September 09, 2017, 12:54:42 PM »
Great location.  I've trolled up some good walleye and crappie, within a boatable distance from your place.
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