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  1. Tennessee Stripers and Wipers
    Hey, i'm new to the site and new to striper fishing, i am located in east tennessee i will mainly be fishing around fort loudoun, and cherokee dams, if anyone has any pointers for me that would be much apreciated. Anything such as best bait, time or locations, also know i do not have a boat so...
  2. The Striper Forum
    I have never been striper fishing before and am planning a trip to East Tennessee in september for possible Striper/Walleye trip. Does anyone have any recomendations for me as to what might be the best lake or lakes (Norris,Watts Bar,Tellico) to try out and would you suggest checking with a...
  3. Tennessee Stripers and Wipers
    I was wondering if anyone has started seeing baitfish below the dam? The Skipjack (large ones) are there but I've yet to see any yellow tail and very very few gizzard. I've been every week since March 15th and nothing. I typically fish live bait in the tailwaters and have been successful for...
  4. Tennessee Stripers and Wipers
  5. Tennessee Stripers and Wipers
    I will be in knoxville next week for the holidays... Where are the better areas for Stripers? How is Kingston area? Where can I rent a boat cheap? Can you fish from shore for stripers there? Etc. Thanks for the help... Florida Boy
  6. Tennessee Stripers and Wipers
    Hope to hit the lake tomorrow for my first shot at the Stripers. I live in middle Tn and its my understanding there is some great opportunity for Stripers in our local reservoirs primarily Old Hickory Lake and J Percy Priest both here in the Nashville community. I just retired, got the boat...
  7. Sweetwater Fishing -Freshwater Stripers
    I've been looking for something to pass the time during the lull in tailrace fishing (mid December-Feburary) and figured I'd try to learn how to fish for big cats...the river down here really produces some nice fish. Luckily, I was invited to tag along and split a couple of guided trips to learn...
  8. Hunting / Game
    Successful hunt. and a great time. Rained Friday and I didnt even care except i couldnt hear much. Took down a 275 pound Wild Russian Sow with a shot behind the ear from about 45 yards. Sat on a bluff at first light. Went back had lunch regrouped fired at some targets and tracked up a steep...
  9. Hunting / Game
    12 hour drive back home from Tennessee and I need some sleep. Awesome time and an unbelievable hunt. 11 out of 11 hogs taken down. Biggest well over 400 pounds. Pics later. tongue3.gif canadian.gif
  10. Tennessee Stripers and Wipers
    Got A Question; I'm Planning A Trip To Eastern Tennessee At The End Of March 2007. I Want To Be Close To Cherokee Lake, But Lodging Is Difficult To Come By In The Area. My Other Options Are Douglas Lake And Norris Lake. Anyone Know If They Have Good Wiper Populations In Either Of Those Lakes...
  11. Sweetwater Fishing -Freshwater Stripers
    TSBA Meeting: Tennessee Striped Bass Association will meet Monday March 20that the Shoney's on Clinton Highway. Former Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency biologist Dave Bishop will talk about the history of striped bass. Dinner is at 6 p.m. and the meeting begins at 7. For more information...
  12. Tennessee Stripers and Wipers
    ************************************************************ Tennessee Reservoir Information Region 1 reports West Tennessee Region 2 reports...
  13. Tennessee Stripers and Wipers
    ************************************************************ Boone - Melton - Norris - South Holston Reservoir - Tellico Tennessee Reservoir Information
  14. Tennessee Stripers and Wipers
    ************************************************************ Boone - Melton - Norris - South Holston Reservoir - Tellico Tennessee Reservoir Information
  15. Tennessee Stripers and Wipers
    ************************************************************ Boone - Melton - Norris - South Holston Reservoir - Tellico Tennessee Reservoir Information
  16. Tennessee Stripers and Wipers
    The new 2005 Fishing Regulations some of them include The statewide minimum length for muskellunge increases from 30 to 36 inches (44 inches on Melton Hill Lake); the daily creel limit on white bass drops from 30 to 15 fish. On Douglas Lake the rearing pond on Henderson Island is closed to...
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