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I Am Not Originally from Tennessee

Posted by Mike Cheatham on Mar 20th 2019

I Am Not Originally from Tennessee
I am not originally from Tennessee. I was born in Georgia and ended here after my family moved to Virginia and Alaska before we stopped moving. In my early twenties, I was in Georgia for a few months….Chattanooga for a few years (mom was from Lookout Mountain and dad from Ducktown by the Ocoee)…then I came back to where I will always call home, Clarksville…and I have no plans to leave. I live about a mile from where I grew up, on the same bluff I ran as a kid. Just across the Cumberland
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300 lb? Sturgeon Caught From A Hobie Outback

Posted by Kristine Fischer on Jan 18th 2019

300 lb? Sturgeon Caught From A Hobie Outback
What's up guys, I'm here are in the Pacific Northwest with some of my Hobie fishing team guys. We are fishing for dinosaurs, in the new 2019 Hobie Outback! I have one goal today and that's to break my personal best kayak fish. Once we got to where we were going, looked over at the Lowrance Hook 5 fishfinder, and at about 48 feet there were fish everywhere. So we knew we were in the right spot for some fish. About that time,I got one....oh that's a good one! He ended up breaking m
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Bonafide Kayak SS127 - Great Fishing Kayak

Posted by Craig Benich on Dec 8th 2018

Bonafide Kayak SS127 - Great Fishing Kayak
Fishing from a kayak has definitely been on the rise here in Tennessee, as well as the nation with fisherman, and women looking to access the water. Here at Caney Fork Outdoors, there are many choices of fishing kayaks, and I wanted to give you an insight on the Bonafide SS127. This boat is very well thought out for the kayak angler from bow to stern. One of my favorite features of the Bonafide Kayak SS127 are the crab/loading handles in front and back. This makes loading, positioning, a
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NRS Boundary Shoe – One Of My Best Gear Purchases

Posted by Darrell Klein on Nov 5th 2018

As the water temperatures cool down each fall, we as kayak anglers have to start thinking about how we are going to keep our feet warm and dry as we enter and exit our watercraft. In the past, I had used knee-high rubber boots. The cost was nice and they got the job done from a functional standpoint so I tolerated them for a couple of seasons. There was one major drawback to these rubber boots that I could no longer ignore. They simply were not comfortable while seated in my kayak. Because o
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River Revenge

Posted by Jonathan Myers on Jul 17th 2018

A couple of months ago during a kayak fishing tournament, I lost what would have been the largest river smallmouth bass of my life. That was single handedly one of the worst fishing experiences of my life. Nothing that day seemed to click, and it seemed like all the odds were stacked up against my fishing partner and I. However sometimes in life you have the opportunity to redeem yourself from previous failures. This was the case a couple of weeks ago when Adam and I decided to take that same fl
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