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    Default Long lining in the mud

    Well, the lake is still pretty much mud after all this rain, but having the crappie virus, I had to give it a shot. Water temp was 46 where I started and things were real slow. I fished till I was about over the whole ordeal and was fixing to throw in the towel. By obervation, I noticed as I was getting closer to the main lake the water temp was rising. It rose up to 53 degrees and the bite rose with it as well. Well enough to get a limit before heading on in.

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    The way to stay after them. Congrats on your catch.
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    That's a quality mess of fish. Great job.

    I hate the wriggly lampreys.
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    Well done, congrats
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    Awesome job
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle
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    Good Job!
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    Great job figuring em out!
    I can do all things through Christ, who strengthens me.
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    That a worm?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bstinnett View Post
    That a worm?
    Freshwater Lamprey, more common than you think. Catch them in seines in the Rivers here in ETN quite often. The Nolichucky and Pigeon Rivers are prime areas to find them.


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    Congrats on a fine catch. Glad you figured them out.
    Life is good. Fishing is better.
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