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About SteveHTN

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  • Birthday 08/09/1979

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    Fishing, football, cigars, golf, guns, bourbon, babes, beef, and beer- the alpha male good life.

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  1. SteveHTN

    TNBF Watauga Results

    Congrats on the win fellas
  2. Go Big Orange!!!!!!!!

    1. rusty50576


      The 2 year drought is over! Hallelujah!!!!!!!!

  3. SteveHTN


    Spotlock was awesome, but I couldn’t stand the electric steer function on my PowerDrive. No way to raise the motor up for very shallow stuff, and just didn’t give me the quick response I like. That said, Ultrexx solves the issues with all of that, so I’d be willing to give it a whirl.
  4. SteveHTN


    Not sure on your question. I know the Terrova, Ulterra, and PowerDrive all switch off when you pull them out of the water, but the Ultrexx is completely different being a cable steered electric. As for your other question, I’ve never owned an OMC, but seems everyone here would say to keep that motor till Jesus comes back
  5. SteveHTN

    Top Water, then what?...

    If they’re hitting topwater this time of year, that usually means the bait is fairly shallow, and they’re thinking your topwater is a wounded baitfish that rose to the surface. So you can try other shallow runners like squarebill, with some pauses on the retrieve and let it rise, which also makes it look like a wounded bait. Now, if you’re fishing Douglas, with 84 degree water on a 90 degree day in October......couldn’t tell ya. Found all kinds of bait with fish suspended underneath, and nothing short of dynamite woulda worked
  6. SteveHTN

    Welcome BassNCats

    Welcome to the site
  7. SteveHTN

    Welcome tnangler

    Welcome to TNBF
  8. I’m not sure, but I know they’re extremely popular with the multi-species anglers up north, so seems to me if there were freeze up issues, we’d hear a lot about it. Maybe Whopper can weigh in on it if he’s ever heard anything.
  9. SteveHTN

    Old Hickory

    Welcome to TNBF
  10. Oct. 6, and I was swimming at Douglas today.....

    1. trackertxw175


      This heat and humidity has to end soon and it won't be pretty.

    2. SteveHTN


      It’s insane. Douglas was 82-84 on the lower end. Needless to say, there’s a reason I didn’t post a report......

    3. BulletDeuce


      Not sure I could ever say that. Like fishing in bath water.

  11. SteveHTN

    Welcome AnglinOutLate

    Welcome to the site
  12. SteveHTN

    Welcome Beginner

    Welcome to the site. Just keep an eye on the 2018 tourney forums, and when we announce signups for the next tourney, just signup.
  13. SteveHTN

    Night time blades

    I can only answer the last question- I like Booyah’s Moontalker for night blades, and blades in general. Also Strike King. But I guess it’s because I’m a cheapskate. Some of the higher dollar blades are very well made.
  14. SteveHTN


    Thanks for the report