Originally Posted by Corbo
hard part is finding a day when no generation. I plan to take along a telescoping rod with a hook on the end to fetch it up. There is a large pool area downstream too deep to wade; we were on the grainger side and there is a big curve down below so I'm hoping the current would have dumped it before too far. I am actually surprised we didn't find it already.
Shawn has found many rods on the clinch and they are usually easy to see if you get right on top of them.
Corbo;108852} I'm very familiar with the area you had your bad luck. Thank the one up above your able to even tell your story! I live with-in a 20 min ride to where you lost your rod. Just lost a I-phone in the GSMNP Sunday, so I understand to well the feeling it gives you. We have 2 canoe's as well as wet suits, and a couple of kayaks which obviously would cover more area. I left a message on your answering machine earlier, and would be more than happy to try to help you find your equipment. Obviously finding a time Cherokee isn't running wide open right now is very difficult, but feel free to contact me, and we can give it a shot. Holston is a narrow river, and when 1400 is the regular release won't make things easy. I'm assuming since you said Grainger co you were at Nance's on up towards the **** itself. Try to keep in mind you can always buy more stuff. I'm sure everyone feel's your pain as I've seen plenty offers to help you. Please feel free to contact me and we will give it a shot! Your life is more important than any kind of rod! God bless and good luck. http://littleriveroutfitters.com/for...cons/icon9.gif