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Old 09-30-2013, 07:35 AM
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Well we have all been told there are thousands of fish per mile in the streams of the Smokies. Well here is some added proof of what s truly down there. This hole was about the size of a bathtub in a medium sized stream. What I also find interesting is the wide variety of the size of the fish in the hole. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpczLR3e550 .
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Old 09-30-2013, 11:20 AM
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Nice video, normally I can't see them in the water, but yesterday I jumped in Elkmont about 2:30 about a mile up just in case the government collapses! Could see two below in a pool below big drop off and worked them for a while with Elk caddis; I thought they would probably run seeing me above but actually held and took my flailing river thrashing. When someone asks me about is there any fish in here I often refer to the oft quoted statistic of 2000 fish per mile, but give them the "O'brother Where Art Thou movie disclosure". It is simpy "Oh their in there I just ain't bonified to get em!" Thanks for posting
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