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#2913834 - 08/20/12 10:26 AM Re: Trout [Re: MidTennFisher]
letsgohunting
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I guess normandy and tims ford dams are made different then
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#2914035 - 08/20/12 01:57 PM Re: Trout [Re: letsgohunting]
oldmanelrod
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Tims and Normandy are different. Tims is bigger and cooler-the water that is released from Tims is cooler. The water in the Elk runs cooler and clearer than the Duck. You can catch trout year around in the duck at the base and in other places where springs run into the river.
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#2914262 - 08/20/12 05:46 PM Re: Trout [Re: oldmanelrod]
letsgohunting
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Ok cool, Can u get a boat near the base at normandy or would it not be a good idea
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#2915235 - 08/21/12 01:19 PM Re: Trout [Re: letsgohunting]
oldmanelrod
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No boat needed for Normandy base. You can pretty much cover all of it from the bank or by wading out just a little.
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#2915815 - 08/21/12 10:00 PM Re: Trout [Re: bowriter]
7mm08
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 Originally Posted By: bowriter
Took time out from making apple pies to catch a brown trout. If it is fromt he Caney, I hope you threw it back. Don't believe it is 18"


Nice fish btw.

but that fish is already dead. A live fish would be looking down...serious!



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#2916247 - 08/22/12 09:41 AM Re: Trout [Re: 7mm08]
letsgohunting
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Nice trout! I floated from Tims ford dam to farris creek bridge about a month ago. Saw some really big trout from the boat but they didnt like my beetle spin \:\( pretty tho
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#2916295 - 08/22/12 10:27 AM Re: Trout [Re: letsgohunting]
Dbllunger
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 Originally Posted By: letsgohunting
Nice trout! I floated from Tims ford dam to farris creek bridge about a month ago. Saw some really big trout from the boat but they didnt like my beetle spin \:\( pretty tho


Next time you do that float, try a small white Rooster tail. I have had a lot of success with those on that stretch of river.
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#2916899 - 08/22/12 08:25 PM Re: Trout [Re: 7mm08]
shorefisherman
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 Originally Posted By: 7mm08


Nice fish btw.

but that fish is already dead. A live fish would be looking down...serious!


so what if that brown was dead, maybe he wanted to eat it, i didnt know elk river had min length regulations....
you trout huggers are something elese
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#2916941 - 08/22/12 08:57 PM Re: Trout [Re: shorefisherman]
7mm08
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 Originally Posted By: shorefisherman
 Originally Posted By: 7mm08


Nice fish btw.

but that fish is already dead. A live fish would be looking down...serious!


so what if that brown was dead, maybe he wanted to eat it, i didnt know elk river had min length regulations....
you trout huggers are something elese




From Bowriter..."Took time out from making apple pies to catch a brown trout. If it is fromt he Caney, I hope you threw it back. Don't believe it is 18"



I was commenting on Bowriter saying had better let it go regarding slots.......I just commented that it was already dead...Who cares. He caught it. It was a nice fish.

Maybe you should cut your medication in half or double the dose my friend.




Edited by 7mm08 (08/22/12 08:59 PM)
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#2917281 - 08/23/12 08:06 AM Re: Trout [Re: 7mm08]
MidTennFisher
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Brown trout in the Caney, unfortunately, have to be 24" to keep. I miss the days when you went to the Caney and kept the first seven trout you caught no matter what size or species.
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