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Fishing Clear And Shallow Water

Posted by Jonathan Myers on Jun 1st 2018

Fishing Clear And Shallow Water
Fishing in the summer can be a daunting task for those who don’t have much experience. At this time of year the rivers and creeks can be really shallow and super clear. In some cases I have been able to see straight to the bottom 30 or more yards ahead of me when standing in my kayak. So here are some tips for fishing in these conditions. When faced with these conditions I usua …
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Great Camping And Kayak Safety

Posted by Kenneth Davis on May 28th 2018

Great Camping And Kayak Safety
A beautiful spring weekend in North East Tennessee, camping with the family on the bank of the Obey River just below Dale Hollow Dam. A weekend filled with good food, camp fire stories and trout fishing. The weather was absolutely perfect, mid 70’s during the day and 50’s at night. We decided to leave the kayaks at home for this trip and opted for waders and bank fishing. Afte …
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Are The Name Brands Really Worth The Extra Money?

Posted by Darrell Klein on May 11th 2018

Jackson Kayaks – Made in Tennessee, USAA question I get asked all the time is some form of the following. “Are the more expensive name brand fishing kayaks worth the extra cost?” The answer for me is yes. However, I realize that everyone has a different budget and nothing I say here will change that. The best kayak is the best one you can afford and gets you off the banks and o …
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If Fishing Were Easy, It Would Be Called Catching

Posted by Jonathan Myers on May 4th 2018

If fishing were easy, it would be called catching. Anybody who has every fished for fun, or competitively has had to come to terms with this phrase on multiple occasions. This saying usually comes after a day where nothing seems to go right, and anything that can go wrong usually does. Unfortunately, this phrase ran through my head all day long last Saturday during a river bass …
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Striper Fishing in Middle Tennessee

Posted by Kevin McCullough on Apr 30th 2018

Saturday morning the alarm clock went off to me seriously thinking about hitting snooze and rolling back over to sleep. With the temperature in the high 20s overnight, I figured it was going to be a day a paddling and looking for a bite or two. Earlier in the week the temperature was in the 70s and a cold front like that always seems to mean bad fishing for me. Instead I pic …
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