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  2. Hello Packman, Welcome to TN Bass Fishing. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. The more you participate, the better your experience here will be. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. Packman joined on the 04/23/2019. View Member
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  4. Hello Michael77, Welcome to TN Bass Fishing. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. The more you participate, the better your experience here will be. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. Michael77 joined on the 04/22/2019. View Member
  5. Hello my name is Thomas Johnson 28 years of age. I am a competitive bass fisherman. I own a 14 Lowe Stinger 18hp. Can't wait to start using this site.
  6. Hello tomtom3975, Welcome to TN Bass Fishing. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. The more you participate, the better your experience here will be. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. tomtom3975 joined on the 04/22/2019. View Member
  7. Ft. Pat at night this time of year? I'll let you know later in week.
  8. This is the third rodeo for tnbassfishing.com . This will be an open tournament and give people a chance to see our club . The hours will be 6pm to 12 am . 5 fish limit . 12 for largemouth and 18 for smallmouth . Ramp is at the park . Please fill out a liability release if you have not fished this year . Cut off for sign up will be 545 white tundra .25 dollars a boat . Look forward to seeing you Saturday .Thanks Chris .
  9. Hey guys my name is Derek Geisler, I’m 21 years old and I am fishing my first tournament with one of my friends on May 4th. Looking forward to fishing tournaments with you guys.
  10. Hello Derekgeisler, Welcome to TN Bass Fishing. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. The more you participate, the better your experience here will be. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. Derekgeisler joined on the 04/21/2019. View Member
  11. If you fish Pickwick... Mr Lou Williams gives a great report each week on FB. I went ahead and copied and paste his most recent post. I hope this helps. Let me know if y’all are finding that this is accurate or maybe you are catching them a different way. Pickwick Lake elevations & generation flows: 4/18—412.99—91,158 cfs 4/19—413.11—72,448 cfs 4/20—43.50 —72,980 cfs Surface temps: 67 to 68 degrees Water clarity: clear to slight stain. Well, not much has changed since last week’s update, except for maybe a few more fish getting on beds and a few more fish getting off beds. There is still more left to lock on of course. I would think that by the end of next week the majority will have finished their Motherly duties for this year. A reminder from last weeks post, that the main lake spawners will normally hit their beds after the larger nurseries in the flats have completed their spawn. The reason being they have transitioned out of deeper water. It will take a little longer for the fish to become very aggressive after the spawn than they were before the spawn, as a little rest period is now in order. Suspending up in the water column is normal, especially on points as they recoup. Your choice of baits would call for offerings that stay at least half way up in the water column. A jerk bait would be a prime example. They will eat, but they won’t chase or react if there is any distance involved. You will begin to find more fish on points, underwater humps and straight banks as they progress in their transition back to deeper water. Once located, you won’t have any problem getting them fired up. They will be ready to gorge again. They will have staging areas as they head to deeper water just as they did on their way to the nursery. However, their urgency to get where they want to go will be at a much slower pace. Some fish will stay in fairly shallow water while others will continue to much deeper water. Their pace will depend on how quickly the surface temps get out of their comfort zone. We have another cool down on the way, but not a severe change in air temps. It will still effect the surface temps to some degree. This early unstable weather calls for patience with your offering. Right now, they are wanting it slow. Reaction baits have not worked well for us in the last week or so. Carolina rigged craws or worms have been fair, but the Ned rigged TRD has been our number 1 bait. The more quality fish in the 5 lb. class and up have been hard to locate and bite, except for a few that have been caught on spawning flats just before locking on or maybe right after spawning. This will only get better as the weather stabilizes, wake elevations stabilizes and the spawning for this year is complete. I look forward to the next couple of weeks as the spawning wanes and we can get back in to throwing reaction baits like spinnerbaits, cranks and swimbaits, just to name a few. I know the fronts are a given, but they have been one right after the other, making for some tough days on the water. I’m also looking forward to a good grass year. Not sure what happen to Ky. Lake’s grass. Just hoping we are destined for the same fate. Fish safely and good luck……
  12. Plan on fishing many of tournaments with y’all! Fishing Patrick Henry one the fourth looking forward to it!
  13. Hello 2003rang, Welcome to TN Bass Fishing. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. The more you participate, the better your experience here will be. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. 2003rang joined on the 04/20/2019. View Member
  14. Welcome to the site. Chase your dreams, amigo. Don’t get stuck in something you hate, like most of us
  15. agree 100% with what Wes said. The best way is to fish locally, then step up to the BFL’s to get a little more exposure. A couple years as a co angler there and if you’re comfortable move to boater. Then with some knowledge/experience step on up to the costas/bass opens.
  16. Hello DMac63, Welcome to TN Bass Fishing. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. The more you participate, the better your experience here will be. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. DMac63 joined on the 04/19/2019. View Member
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