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    Default middle tennessee wwff

    is there a good site ,for warm water flyfishing for middle Tennessee???....I am jus tired of trying to figure this out,,,i want it to be like "faol"....anyways ...send if ya want ..or send it to my e-mail...blacktaildeer76@yahoo.com,, helloo to my friends ...I am still here ..
    yeah ,like they are just gonna jump on the hook ,,,huh

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    Not my cup of tea, but the Southeast Fly Fishing Forum (?) may have something of interest to you.
    When you can arrange your affairs to go fishing, forget all the signs, homilies, advice and folklore. JUST GO.

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    It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. Mark Twain

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    Middle Tennessee has 18 "Permit Lakes" maintained by the TWRA. Boat ramps and picnic areas, some even have campgrounds. If you are under 65 the permit is 40+ $ per year or $5 a day, over 65 it's free. Bream, LMB, SMB and Catfish. The TVA Lakes are also well stocked. If you do any wade fishing the Duck River is a great warm water fishery, you can still catch Walleye up by Normandy Dam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hise View Post
    If you do any wade fishing the Duck River is a great warm water fishery, you can still catch Walleye up by Normandy Dam.
    Afterward you can stop for lunch or dinner at the River Caf? for some first class BBQ (Jesse knows BBQ) served by some real Southern beauties.
    It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. Mark Twain

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    Thanks Jesse, I forgot about the River Caf?! It's right on the way to the Duck River, Normandy Lake and Bedford Lake. On Saturdays you can even pick up a box lunch to enjoy later.

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    wow all I knew about for sure ...which I have fished was Williamsport...an loved it ...my wife an I are looking about buying some property down towards marshall,maury ,giles,as she is from franklin,i can tell now I have to map out allllllllll the good stuff , right now I am in Williamson county ,for the moment,,,thanks for all the good intel.also what is the name of the fly shop down in that southern area (southern middle ten)
    yeah ,like they are just gonna jump on the hook ,,,huh

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