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golfballs03 12-26-2008 12:59 PM

Clinch Generation
 
Anybody have a good guess what generation on the Clinch will be tomorrow? It looks like 2, but I'd like to have a second opinion.

tire guy 12-26-2008 05:01 PM

Generation
 
It looks like 2 to me also. This is the best way to remove dirty water---- send it to Chattanooga.

MadisonBoats 12-27-2008 11:38 AM

Tire Guy,

You thought that too...

Yeah, they better get it moving before the EPA Guys get there this week.:confused:

Looks like full generation for a while or until they can flush that area out...

Grannyknot 12-31-2008 05:56 PM

I hope everyone got a chance to enjoy all 30 minutes of fishing we were allowed today on the Clinch. The supposed 2-5pm time slot was cut short by about 2 hours.

I was lucky enough to manage a single fish before the sirens went off.:mad:

tnflyguy 12-31-2008 07:44 PM

I too was there for the 2 - 5 time slot, and 30 minutes into I also heard the sirens go off. I figured I would stay and fish until I had to get out due to the water. I fished, fished some more...fished some more and then realized that the water still wasn't coming up. I fished till dark without the water ever coming up. I still can't figure out why they sounded the sirens and never released any water?

Skipjack 12-31-2008 09:20 PM

News About the Clinch
 
Hi
How bad was the situation with the dam on the Clinch?? I have been on a crappie fishing trip for the past 3 days and had only heard bit and pieces of news about what happen on the Clinch. Can someone fill me in?
Thanks
Bill

Wilson10 01-06-2009 02:33 PM

I'm really itching to get on the clinch... New Christmas gear that needs some breakin in!

When will the generation schedule level out and become more consistant?

ChemEAngler 01-06-2009 05:19 PM

Wilson,
You may as well hang it up for a while. This rain event is just causing the lake level to shoot up again after all the generating was done to bring it down.

I don't expect to make it back out to the Clinch for another couple weeks.

Travis

wynnsman 01-06-2009 07:38 PM

I have a love hate relationship with all tailwaters......

ChemEAngler 01-07-2009 11:26 AM

It looks like the Clinch will be off most of the day today, according to the website. There may even be a couple of windows of opportunity for tomorrow too, looking at the predicted discharges. However, predicted discharge for Friday is an average of 9,000 CFS. That is more than I recall ever seeing, maybe they plan to sluice on Friday.


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