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03-10-2015 01:29 PM
Opry99er Yep. Now that i have mobility, i can get out to the structure and channels.

As far as holding something big in my hands, I'm not taking THAT bait.
03-10-2015 01:25 PM
golden rod
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Originally Posted by Opry99er View Post
On the other side of town, the Clinch and Emory confluence has brought buddies of mine some fish in the 20-30 pound class after i told them where to go and what to use.


Maybe you should take your own advice so you can finally hold something big in your hands, Oprah.
03-10-2015 12:44 PM
Opry99er We have fished Kingston 3-4 times so far. I have pix of 50-70 pound blues caught right out from City Park. On the other side of town, the Clinch and Emory confluence has brought buddies of mine some fish in the 20-30 pound class after i told them where to go and what to use.

Lots of good fishing around these parts in Spring through Fall for Stripers and cats. Winter, its all crappie guys out there and a few walleye junkies.
03-10-2015 12:34 PM
hobiecat
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Originally Posted by Opry99er View Post
Hour and a half. The Tennessee River is full of cats. The closest "good" cat spot is Kingston, 1 hour away.
Shoot...That's not bad at all for that quality of fishing.
03-10-2015 12:31 PM
snagged up
My II Cents

All of my boats left memories.
The one that I never forget is being without a boat as Bionic said.
Be safe.
03-10-2015 12:30 PM
Opry99er Hour and a half. The Tennessee River is full of cats. The closest "good" cat spot is Kingston, 1 hour away.
03-10-2015 12:17 PM
hobiecat Sounds like you can get both cats and stripers below ft. loudon. How far is that from your house? Wish we had something like that out here.

http://www.catfish1.com/forums/showt...Ft-Loudoun-Dam
03-10-2015 12:02 PM
Opry99er Thanks Daris. I hope so.

We get em dialed in out here, you will have to come visit for a cattin' trip.
03-10-2015 08:52 AM
fishrangler Nice Owen. Big blues will be caught soon.
03-10-2015 06:32 AM
Zman
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^ that. congrats. wait until you get anotherfootitis.
I got the advanced version anothertwofootitus...

Congrats Owen and Buck...dont put the cart before the horse...you will still need water to warm a bit with warm water fish to get them going...
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