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    Well, I thought I would share a little information I learned recently and it does make total sense after I let some of it sink in. I got a small bait order from a meterologist (weatherman) about 2 weeks ago that lives here locally but works for weather channel for this area. We have had several nice talks about fishing and the weather. Now he is not one of these crazies that is running around screaming "The Sky is Falling" but is a firm believer in climate change but says that the change is far more of a natural Phanomina(spelling) than a man made problem. He said the earth naturally goes through different cycles about every 1000 years and that right now it is going through one of those changes and he said man might be having about a 2% effect is all. He said during this time everything in Nature gets turned on its ear from the smallest creature to the largest and fish are no exception. He said fishing techniques that worked for many anglers for many years are not working now and anglers are not producing the numbers or sizes of fish they did say 2 or 3 years ago. He said that anglers are going to have to make adjustments just as the fish are making adjustments. He said the fish have not stopped eating and won't. They will just not be found in the old places that they were back 2 or 3 years ago because of water conditions that are changing. His first suggestion is to look at water temperatures verses time of year. He said he has been fishing on Kentucky lake a lot and he has seen water in areas he use to fish that are totally wrong for that time of year and he does not catch the fish he use to catch there. He has learned to move around on the lake and locate water temps that do match that time of year and he does catch some fish. He also said that anglers are probably not finding as much of the warmer waters that they normally find in mid summer in the past. He said even though the daytime temps may be hot the high waters that most areas experienced late into the Spring and early Summer have delayed the warming of the lake waters plus the lakes that are controlled by Corps and TVA have been fluctuating lake levels more to control high water issues which also changes lake temperatures. He said anglers will have to begin making adjustments according to what the lake is telling them to find the fish that they use to find a lot easier. He did say that the newer electronics will be very helpful in the near future to assist anglers. I wanted to pass this along to folks and hope it helps some folks in finding and catching more fish......
  3. What kind of swivel do you put on your underspin?
  4. Falcon/Lew's Combo

    I have a Jason Christie signature series Falcon pitchin stick 7'3 paired with a left handed Lew's Carbon Fire 7.1:1 reel. I use it for flippin and pitchin and for the majority of my smaller A-Rigs. $125 is what I'm asking. Text or call (423) 588-0249
  5. ok fellers... I have just updated our jig menu, we modified the prices on some items and we added some new items. We have added the new underspins. These are made with Gamakastu hooks and we can paint the heads in any color/colors you like. We are coating these in the same epoxy we use on our crankbaits to protect the paintjob from nicks and abrasions. We now have poison tail swim jigs, customer can obviously select the color of the jig head as well as the color of the skirt and eyes. A chatterbait/bladed version of this is available as well. We are now offering standard round/ball head jigs ranging from 1/32 to 1/2 oz just in time for the fall crappie bite or whatever else you want to use them for!
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  7. Welcome Rmac54923

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  9. ThinRedLineBass

    We are having a rodeo September 23rd at Quarryville boat ramp in Mooresburg TN 6-10 PM entry fee $25+ $5 for big fish (optional on big fish) this rodeo is put on by The Thin Red Line Bass Club which was started to benefit Lakeview Volunteer Fire Department. $10 from every boat goes to the fire department and the rest is paid out, depending on boat count. We are signing up for the club at the rodeo, we plan on having tournament's year round, we can explain the details on site. We are also on Facebook at Thin Red Line Bass Club of Hawkins County. Thanks for your support!!
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  12. Welcome Andrew

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  15. ThinRedLineBass

    I'm in the process of starting a club on Cherokee Lake in Mooresburg, all launches will be at Quarryville boat ramp.
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  21. So , does anyone else think it's a terrible idea to give a DNA sample to a place like "23 and me"? What say you folks? Hate to sound like I need Wes' tin foil hat.....

    1. rusty50576

      rusty50576

      Hahahah. As it turns out I was considering doing the same. my aunt says a distant cousin of mine is attempting to trace the family further back that mid 1800s, which is as far back as our family history has been reconstructed. Apparently my brother and I are the only direct male descendants so our DNA might help trace it back further

    2. SteveHTN

      SteveHTN

      I'm debating it. I've always heard from older family members that we are German descent, so I wanna find out for sure. I do know I love to drink beer and eat bratwurst......

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  23. I have a future beach trophy 126 fishing kayak for sale for $225 I used it 5 times it is in very good condition. You can see pics of it on dicks sporting goods web site. or I can send you a pic. I paid $375 for it new at dicks
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