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Started by Woolly Bugger, December 07, 2018, 15:25:03 PM
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Quote from: Dougfish on December 11, 2018, 18:49:15 PMThe Smith tailwater is an anomaly. 30 miles of trout. The Jackson, 18 miles. South Holston, 14 miles.Watuga, 17 miles. All have there individual challenges. All artificial. Is there a longer tailwater trout fishery in the east?
Quote from: Mudwall Gatewood 3.0 on December 12, 2018, 10:58:51 AM<Upper SR overall condition of brown trout seems much improved and appears diets are changing.> This seems like the most enthralling information. Did I miss some "diet" stuff in the presentation? Again I will ask - what did the biologist say – did anyone contribute to or question the changing diet statement? Are there data, even anecdotal evidence, suggesting the shift in diet of the upper fishes? Surely someone at the meeting asked, or were you tanked-up or exceedingly somber over the lower river news or both, or during the summary were you dreaming, fantasizing of downriver monster browns, cleaning your sink-tips, and tying lures that could be cast on any ultra-light spinning outfit?
Quote from: Mudwall Gatewood 3.0 on August 16, 2015, 11:54:48 AMI am still searching for those brookie retirement Shangri-Las. New reaches of familiar streams and new watersheds are paying dividends. Several small and medium brookies and rainbows lower down made a hot August Sunday morning enjoyable. Mother Nature's slice of the Allegheny Highlands is providing numerous settings to hide from the Mrs. when we retire.
Quote from: Mudwall Gatewood 3.0 on December 12, 2018, 12:35:02 PMThank you J, for opening the wound even more, with the recap of my now unattainable retirement dreams. Santa does not think you are naughty or nice. He just thinks you are a peckerwood.
QuoteDid I miss some "diet" stuff in the presentation?