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    Wow. Sounds amazing. Great report and good job on getting the youngster on the water!


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    Sounds like a great day to start the new year. But were is Caney creek?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom 513 View Post
    Sounds like a great day to start the new year. But were is Caney creek?

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    The Caney Fork River in eastern middle TN. A great trout fishery but is also full of black nose crappie....which many overlook.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alphahawk View Post
    The Caney Fork River in eastern middle TN. A great trout fishery but is also full of black nose crappie....which many overlook.


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    Were you just below the Center Hill Lake dam ??

    I'm thinking you were, and those Blacknose came thru the dam from Center Hill Lake ... also a clear water, Blacknose Crappie haven.

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    Are the Brookies stocked, carryovers, or natives?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrappiePappy View Post
    Were you just below the Center Hill Lake dam ??

    I'm thinking you were, and those Blacknose came thru the dam from Center Hill Lake ... also a clear water, Blacknose Crappie haven.
    You are correct Pappy. As for them coming through the dam that is my theory also. But those spill gates have not been open in years. I figure that when they were open the population became established there and has flourished. I got out of kayaking 3 years back. But I would float down the river and fish the deep holes during periods of no generation.....those black nose would be stacked in those hole. No one else at that time did that......and I donít think many do it now.....everyone is after trout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ET Fish View Post
    Are the Brookies stocked, carryovers, or natives?
    It is my understanding from TWRA that no trout truly spawn in the Caney.....they just go through the motion. But all of them hold over....no native trout. Some of the Brookies we caught today were stockers and some were carryovers. We didnít really get any of our best Brookies...several 13-14 inches. When it is absolute mayhem you just want to make another cast....LOL. Come February I will be concentrating on the crappie. All the crappie in that river come to the Pond to spawn...imagine that. There can be lots of folks vying for what they think are the only spots.....but in reality very few fish where I caught those crappie today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alphahawk View Post
    It is my understanding from TWRA that no trout truly spawn in the Caney.....they just go through the motion. But all of them hold over....no native trout. Some of the Brookies we caught today were stockers and some were carryovers. We didn’t really get any of our best Brookies...several 13-14 inches. When it is absolute mayhem you just want to make another cast....LOL. Come February I will be concentrating on the crappie. All the crappie in that river come to the Pond to spawn...imagine that. There can be lots of folks vying for what they think are the only spots.....but in reality very few fish where I caught those crappie today.

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    Thank you! You’ve sold me on a trip, probably February or March! I love that area, so it is an easy sell!

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    Wow! Nice catch.
    Be safe and good luck fishing
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    A big congrats great looking fish and the screen shot is just awesome.
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