as of 12/3/2013
Caney Fork River:
The schedule has backed down to one generator running part of the day most days. Wading opportunities are prevalent and the fishing has been good during the low water periods.
Cumberland River, KY:
The generation schedule continues to improve and the fishing keeps getting better.
The Elk is currently sluicing 100 cfs around the clock along with one generator running several hours each afternoon.
The water release is minimal now and fishing has been decent, especially downstream for smallmouth.
The fishing has been good lately, but be prepared for heavy boat traffic in some places.
The water level is good again and the fishing has been quite good.
South Holston and Watauga Rivers:
The generation schedules on both rivers have come way down and now offer good fishable opportunities.
The release schedule has improved considerably, but fishing has been a little slow for most.
The generation schedule has improved lately, but still running most of the day currently.
Water levels have come back down and temps are good.
J. Percy Priest Lake:
Bass fishing has been fair lately.
Old Hickory Lake:
Fishing has begun at the Gallatin steam plant now that temperatures have been cold. Skipjack and striper have both been active.
Harpeth River and Its Tributaries:
Water levels are down and smallmouth fishing has continued to be good everywhere.