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    Bob, it was nice of you to comment. I had heard the specks are further down than when the sampling was done. As I say in the species legend notes, the coding is based also on other reliable sources, and your having fished the Park for over 50 years easily qualifies you. I will update and republish to reflect.

    Thanks!
    Last edited by JoeFred; 07-20-2011 at 11:18 AM. Reason: Changed 40 to 50
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    Will be ordering mine later in the week Fred. Looking forward to it.

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    Thanks, Tim. I sincerely appreciate the support from you and many others it the Bluegrass state. There is considerable interest in the Smoky Mountains there.
    “Joe” Fred Turner
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    Quote Originally Posted by fearnofishbob View Post
    ... thought I might add that brookies are being caught in the lower waters of Cataloochee. I have caught several as far down as the group camp site. One can score a grand slam in this section.
    Others are witness to this fact: I recall the thread Specks in the Cataloochee Drainage begun by Chris.

    Map will soon be updated and republished to reflect this development.
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    Fred,
    Just ordered the cataloochee map. I know that your map of oconolufte/bradley fork was great for my and my sons camping trip.

    John

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    Thanks, John. Knowing that a simple map can add just a little to the pleasure of anglers involving their families, makes cobbling them together all the more worthwhile. I'm anxiuos to hear a 'Loochee report.

    JF
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