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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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Buy Sell or Trade / Re: Well
« Last post by Bfish on Today at 06:22:23 PM »
I've got 2 Jackson Cuda (14) and a trailer.  Was waiting till the income tax buyers had cash in a few weeks. 

Interested in 12-volt Powerdrivev (55 lb thrust) with I-pilot.
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Buy Sell or Trade / Well
« Last post by TFTN Admin on Today at 04:01:50 PM »
Somebody sell some stuff. I need a good deal!
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The TN Muskie Addiction / Re: Nothing, not even a smell.
« Last post by TFTN Admin on Today at 03:52:16 PM »
The workie work tides dictates my best fishing.  :P

I fished with my buddy Dr Sheerwood a couple weeks ago. We were both using gear. He had a follow and a hookup that came loose. I had one follow. This was minutes before a massive front come through. I've yet to catch a big Musky on gear. Got two nice ones on the fly...
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Fly Tying / Re: Very inexpensive EP fiber substitute
« Last post by TFTN Admin on Today at 03:48:34 PM »
Cool find. I'm not a fan of EP but I'm sure some folks are.
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General Discussion / Re: Pal sighting
« Last post by TFTN Admin on Today at 03:46:13 PM »
Good on ya. Come see us more often.
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General Discussion / Re: Pal sighting
« Last post by Steve Howard on Today at 10:28:13 AM »
Pal, please tell life to slow down for me. No, let me restate that, I need to slow down and make my effort.

Miss ya brother,
Steve
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Fly Tying / Very inexpensive EP fiber substitute
« Last post by jladdsmith on Yesterday at 11:06:40 PM »
I came across this guy on reddit who ties a lot of big stuff with EP fibers and has found what seems to be a great substitute for what he estimates as 2% of the cost of EP.  You basically just unravel this cord and brush it out with a wire dog hair brush.  The cord is called Bonnie Craft cord (comes in tons of colors including neons and I believe iridescents).  He just put up a super basic video of him brushing it out so you can get an idea of the process.

This may be old news but I'd never seen it before and thought it might be helpful for some on here.  I just found out the generic term is Macrame cord if you're looking for a color that Bonnie Craft doesn't sell.  I can't really find that many examples of the technique by googling but the guy's reddit username is u/ofishaltackle. 

https://www.reddit.com/r/flytying/comments/es5olf/a_lot_have_asked_so_here_is_a_uncut_unedited/
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The TN Muskie Addiction / Re: Nothing, not even a smell.
« Last post by grumpy on Yesterday at 05:18:46 PM »
The lunar tides are almost as important as the water tides.  When someone is coming down we try to fish I try to have it all lined up with good lunar and water tides.  I would say that did not happen by chance.

Long strips.
Pal

yep
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General Discussion / Re: Pal sighting
« Last post by icthus on Yesterday at 12:21:40 PM »
Grumpy good to see you.
Thank you for investing in my life.  Iím a better Fisherman and man because of it. 

Good luck in the months to come,
Pal
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The TN Muskie Addiction / Re: Nothing, not even a smell.
« Last post by icthus on Yesterday at 08:42:31 AM »
The lunar tides are almost as important as the water tides.  When someone is coming down we try to fish I try to have it all lined up with good lunar and water tides.  I would say that did not happen by chance.

Long strips.
Pal
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