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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.

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East Tennessee / Re: A few trips to the HI
« Last post by TFTN Admin on June 26, 2020, 07:11:49 AM »
I've been there when a floating tree flipped a anchored drift boat. If that happens with a kayak, you might get to own the outfitter.
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East Tennessee / Re: A few trips to the HI
« Last post by grumpy on June 23, 2020, 05:37:04 AM »
Sounds like a fun day, one of the reasons i quit guiding was the idiot hatch.
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East Tennessee / Re: A few trips to the HI
« Last post by Bfish on June 22, 2020, 02:31:48 PM »
I'm kicking myself for not taking pictures of the kids while fishing.  I'll make sure I get some actions shots next time.
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East Tennessee / Re: A few trips to the HI
« Last post by Steve Howard on June 22, 2020, 12:31:31 PM »
Great TR's. Seems dumb is the "new normal."
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East Tennessee / Re: A few trips to the HI
« Last post by fairweatherfish on June 22, 2020, 11:16:44 AM »
Trip with the kids sounds like a win, despite the dum dums.
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East Tennessee / Re: A few trips to the HI
« Last post by kaisersoze on June 21, 2020, 09:35:57 PM »
They ran into your boat because itís camo. Try orange
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East Tennessee / A few trips to the HI
« Last post by Bfish on June 21, 2020, 04:47:50 PM »
Finally got my little bitty drift boat out, wanted to test it out solo before taking my boys out (8 and 9).  So Sunday evening fished 2 gens dropping to 1.  Did well but didn't fish the flyrod much due to sore shoulder (trimmed trees/bushes all the previous day). I will need a heavier anchor and replace the anchor line with something stiffer (soft rope crushed and tended to stick in the roller wheels).  Saw a nice sized Bald Eagle shortly before sunset. That was last Sunday.

Fast forward to Friday. Midday launch on 2 gens.  Tube hatch was non stop.  Even being anchored, I still had 3 different bozos run into the drift boat. I get that they are idiots and don't move away from my fishing lane, however they morons actually ran into the drift boat while it was anchored. The boys (8 and 9) did a fine job casting and retrieving inline spinners (their first time really casting and retrieving).  I hooked up 4 times (and the let them reel them in) between the tangles and hangups.  They are ready to go back, so overall a success.  PS I've got a new whitewater raft coming this week, so time to save for a frame (I miss my PAC1400/Aire SuperDuperPuma) for full river trips. 




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Miscellaneous Lakes Rivers and Streams / Re: Little Buffalo in Laurel Hill
« Last post by oldmanelrod on June 11, 2020, 03:07:25 PM »
Haven't been down there in a few years. Last time I went, only caught one trout and a couple of small smallmouths. Beautiful place but plenty of snakes for sure.
That is the truth to both things.
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Miscellaneous Lakes Rivers and Streams / Re: Little Buffalo in Laurel Hill
« Last post by oldmanelrod on June 11, 2020, 03:06:05 PM »
spill is off, 240 coming out of the powerhouse, it's ready and waiting on the bubba hatch to start
Looked like it was coming down at Elkton yesterday. Thanks for info.
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Miscellaneous Lakes Rivers and Streams / Re: Little Buffalo in Laurel Hill
« Last post by Steve Howard on June 11, 2020, 10:51:21 AM »
Haven't been down there in a few years. Last time I went, only caught one trout and a couple of small smallmouths. Beautiful place but plenty of snakes for sure.
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