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Camping In 26 Degree Weather And How Awesome It Was

Posted by Ryan Martin on Feb 2nd 2019

Camping In 26 Degree Weather And How Awesome It Was
So.....there we are. Sitting in class at church. There were about 10 young men from the ages 12-18 staring at me as I just asked them the question of doing a campout trip in January? Mind you this was asked of them in October. This fall was a little more on the warm side, so they all wanted to go. Everyone was excited about the campout and had all these ideas and things they wanted to do. First, we decided it was going to be on the Caney Fork River. One of the best places to campout if you as
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The Cold Windy Days Of Winter

Posted by Mark Parker on Jan 11th 2019

The Cold Windy Days Of Winter
Although I paddle, and fish twelve months a year. Even here in Tennessee there are days that the conditions are just not worth the effort. So for the last couple of cold windy weeks. I have found myself dreaming of warm weather adventures to come. Its sorta like cabin fever I guess. Within these thoughts and dreams. I have found the urge to go experience the Ozark's in Arkansas. I have not yet adventured there. So I started looking at what opportunities might be there. I stumbled upon a
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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. After we arrived Friday and saw the generator schedule for the weekend those plans were changed to fishing the feeder creek
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