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Fishing Report

as of 4/22/2014

Caney Fork River:

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

Cumberland River, KY:

The generation schedule has been improving lately. Fishing is improving with the decrease in generation.

Elk River:

Generation has been off most days, so wading opportunities are plentiful and the fishing has been good.

Duck River:

The generation schedule has been good. Trout fishing is slowing down for the season now that stocking has ceased, but the warm water fishing is really picking up.

Hiwassee River:

Water flows have been really good lately. Now is the time to make the trip before summer approaches and the crowds come!

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 up and down lately, but fishing is starting to pick up during low water times.

Obey River:

The generation schedule has been heavy lately.

Mountain Streams:

Water levels have been good lately in most streams. Now is the time to make the trip!

J. Percy Priest Lake:

Striper and hybrid fishing is just getting started and will continue to pick up over the next month.

Old Hickory Lake:

Bass fishing has been good lately.

Harpeth River and Its Tributaries:

Water levels are down and smallmouth fishing has been really good.


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