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    Default Clinch Fishing Report

    Left Cleveland, Tn at 6 a.m. and met with Rocky for breakfast. We were going to S.Holston but with the threat of being snowed in around Bristol…we chose the Clinch instead.

    There were roughly 50 Turkey of which you can see a few.





    Water was at 42 degrees and it was cold today!!




    Rocky bundled up and throwing streamers like a wild man.





    We caught a few this being the best.




    Hard work throwing streamers all day but it kept us moving and warm.




    Thank You,

    Breck



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    Nice report. That brown looks like it came out of the Great Lakes. My eyes must be going on me. I could only see about 6 turkeys in your photo.
    I was able to get out today but, struck out on the spring pond brookies. It's just great to get out and enjoy the winter but, it's even better when you catch something.

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    That fish looks healthy! Great job as always guys...
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    Really nice fish and hats off for braving the cold temps. Seeing a boga grip in a trouts jaw makes me cringe, please tell me y'all aren't hoisting trout with a boga? I'm not trying to be critical and just wish what's best for our fish, and a boga hoist is extremely harmful to a fish like that's jaw and spine.

    Again, much respect for braving the elements today

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    Talking

    Once again you prove fishing on 2 generators is worth it

    Good job and thanks for a fishing post on a very slow fishing board

    But the real question is: Can you still pull in the Big Browns without Rocky in the boat?
    Last edited by duckypaddler; 02-13-2014 at 11:18 AM.

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    Breck,
    Great looking brown! Also; the turkeys love the Clinch. I see them often out there. Have to watch out for some loose trigger turkey hunters at times.

    Glad you guys made a day of it and enjoyed being on the water!
    Blessings,
    SM
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    WOW!!!! Nice fish. She looks well fed. I love fat women.
    Lynn

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    Nice fish Breck, thanks for the pictures and post.

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