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Fishing Report

as of 4/13/2014

Caney Fork River:

The generation schedule has been heavy lately, running most of each day. Wading opportunities have been very slim, but the schedule should improve barring any major rain event. Streamer fishing during generation has been good, but low water fishing has been better.

Cumberland River, KY:

The generation schedule has been heavy lately.

Elk River:

Generation has increased to running part of the day most days, but wading opportunities are still plentiful and the fishing has remained good.

Duck River:

The generation schedule has been heavy lately.

Hiwassee River:

Water flows have been heavy lately.

Holston River:

The water level has been high lately and the fishing is slow.

South Holston and Watauga Rivers:

The generation schedules on both rivers have fluctuated lately, but good fishable opportunities still exist.

Clinch River:

The generation schedule has been heavy lately.

Obey River:

The generation schedule has been heavy lately.

Mountain Streams:

Water levels have been decent lately in most streams.

J. Percy Priest Lake:

Bass fishing has been fair lately.

Old Hickory Lake:

Fishing has been good at the Gallatin steam plant. Skipjack and striper have both been active.

Harpeth River and Its Tributaries:

Water levels are down, but smallmouth fishing has been slow. Winter trout stocking ends this month.

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