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    Jim, it seems you may have been trout mesmorized....

    Jim, it seems you may have been trout mesmorized. I hope that fish recovered well and stayed on the redd.
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    Great post David and very informative! As for...

    Great post David and very informative! As for me; I throw a 7wt/9'-6" rod due to it's extra durability for my casting errors.:eek: I recommend David's approach to addressing a tailwater rod need.
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    Unfortunately; I have not found a durable...

    Unfortunately; I have not found a durable solution to fixing dropped soles.

    Aside from rethreading them to the sole; you could use some kind of flexible glue to set them. Then add screws in an...
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    Joe, that is awesome that you fish what you...

    Joe, that is awesome that you fish what you collect! I have a couple of vintage reels that I value the engraving, design, and uniqueness. It is good to be able to fix what you use. The beauty of...
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    Thank you for taking the time to share this...

    Thank you for taking the time to share this information!



    It is amazing how you can find wonderful and kind people on the internet that share in your interests'.

    I was thinking one could...
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    Jim, that is nice of you to offer someone a...

    Jim, that is nice of you to offer someone a chance to learn more about boats. I agree with you about the pros and cons of finding the perfect drift boat. Also, I would skip on the Towee.

    I...
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    Good information and interesting perspective. ...

    Good information and interesting perspective. Boat draft is scientifically supported and a boat design can have a draft of just an inch or so. However; that does not take in consideration of a...
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    I recommend you use some type of weighted fly for...

    I recommend you use some type of weighted fly for most nymphing rigs.

    I have discovered in many years of underwater videos; that the flies move all over the place in underwater turbulents. I...
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    Great post and nice writeup! Thank you for...

    Great post and nice writeup! Thank you for sharing and helping others! Keep up the great work and creativity in your fly tying!
  10. David and Jim, You two are always top notch...

    David and Jim,
    You two are always top notch stewards in helping others find joy! Thanks and great job fellas!
  11. hillbilly, I have enjoyed making and fishing...

    hillbilly, I have enjoyed making and fishing furled leaders as well. I do not like the limp or coiled trait to them. So; I did some experimenting and bought a cheap (hair straightener) to try and...
  12. Great Tips - David Knapp!

    Excellent post David! Good information and nice job explaining it.
  13. What a wonderful event you guys continue to put...

    What a wonderful event you guys continue to put on! Thank you for promoting and sharing our sport. Good job and props to all that participate. I have wanted to attend in the past, but, came up...
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    Very nice of you to be so kind and sharing. ...

    Very nice of you to be so kind and sharing. Great stewardship and a fabulous way to bring joy to someone's life.
  15. It is a challenge to try and guess the weight of...

    It is a challenge to try and guess the weight of fish by a single picture. I have seen a wide variety of trophy fish sizes and weights over the years.:cool: That fish could be 24lbs; but, I would...
  16. Jim, it looks pretty beefy. I was curious if...

    Jim, it looks pretty beefy. I was curious if TWRA certified the weight. I have not caught anything in the 20lb range; so, it is hard for me to judge.:cool: Have seen a few in the 10-15lb and they...
  17. 24lb Brown Trout "Harvested" from S. Holston River

    Cite: {WHJL News}:

    https://www.wjhl.com/local/large-brown-trout-caught-in-the-south-holston-river/1336508037

    24lb Brown Trout "Harvested" from S. Holston River....
  18. It looks like a nice rig for the price. I am...

    It looks like a nice rig for the price. I am sure it will bring joy to the new owner.
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    You cannot go wrong with David Knapp and friends....

    You cannot go wrong with David Knapp and friends. He is a good fellow and seems to always try his best to help others.
  20. Thank you Joe for sharing this video information....

    Thank you Joe for sharing this video information. I am going to search it out and try and watch it.
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    If you like hiking; you should enjoy fishing the...

    If you like hiking; you should enjoy fishing the horseshoe. Dress for hiking and backpack the rest. Footing is probably the most challenging thing for me in that area. I have never fell as often...
  22. Clinch River Avg Water Temp: 54.2 (5/19/2018)

    The Clinch is finally cooling off...
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  23. Current temperatures for Thursday, 4/12/2018...

    Current temperatures for Thursday, 4/12/2018...
  24. Actually, the stockers will hit just about...

    Actually, the stockers will hit just about anything right now. The key is to make sure your fly is presenting at the correct depth and approach so that they can take it. I fished for about 1 1/2 hr...
  25. Actually, most of my fly fishing is done wading...

    Actually, most of my fly fishing is done wading and during lulls in generation. Boats are nice to carry your gear, treats, and to explore. You will need a decent pair of waders to feel comfortable...
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