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#3083656 - 12/17/12 03:04 PM Re: Tailwaters on Cumberland river system now closed [Re: catman529]
waterman
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got one on my 18 hp evinrude ,14' flatbottom and traveled up river at caney from happy hollow to the dam with no problem. only thing is gotta be wide open and the people wading in 6" of water dont really appreciate that
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#3085124 - 12/18/12 11:23 AM Re: Tailwaters on Cumberland river system now closed [Re: waterman]
SES
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 Originally Posted By: waterman
got one on my 18 hp evinrude ,14' flatbottom and traveled up river at caney from happy hollow to the dam with no problem. only thing is gotta be wide open and the people wading in 6" of water dont really appreciate that
It's your river too. I'd rather tick somebody off than beat the crap out of the bottom of my boat.

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#3085150 - 12/18/12 11:48 AM Re: Tailwaters on Cumberland river system now closed [Re: SES]
catman529
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Registered: 11/10/10
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 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: waterman
got one on my 18 hp evinrude ,14' flatbottom and traveled up river at caney from happy hollow to the dam with no problem. only thing is gotta be wide open and the people wading in 6" of water dont really appreciate that
It's your river too. I'd rather tick somebody off than beat the crap out of the bottom of my boat.
I disagree, I'd say treat other fishermen like you'd want them to treat you...... Unless they are already being a jerk ;\)

Why would you want to irritate a fellow fisherman just because its "your river too?"
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#3085158 - 12/18/12 11:59 AM Re: Tailwaters on Cumberland river system now closed [Re: catman529]
SES
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Loc: Corryton, Tn

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 Originally Posted By: catman529
 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: waterman
got one on my 18 hp evinrude ,14' flatbottom and traveled up river at caney from happy hollow to the dam with no problem. only thing is gotta be wide open and the people wading in 6" of water dont really appreciate that
It's your river too. I'd rather tick somebody off than beat the crap out of the bottom of my boat.
I disagree, I'd say treat other fishermen like you'd want them to treat you...... Unless they are already being a jerk ;\)
Why would you want to irritate a fellow fisherman just because its "your river too?"
If you are on plane heading down the river in a jet and it's shallow, you cannot slow down. You will knock the bottom out of your boat.


Edited by SES (12/18/12 11:59 AM)

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#3085166 - 12/18/12 12:16 PM Re: Tailwaters on Cumberland river system now closed [Re: SES]
catman529
spiderboy
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Registered: 11/10/10
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 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: catman529
 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: waterman
got one on my 18 hp evinrude ,14' flatbottom and traveled up river at caney from happy hollow to the dam with no problem. only thing is gotta be wide open and the people wading in 6" of water dont really appreciate that
It's your river too. I'd rather tick somebody off than beat the crap out of the bottom of my boat.
I disagree, I'd say treat other fishermen like you'd want them to treat you...... Unless they are already being a jerk ;\)
Why would you want to irritate a fellow fisherman just because its "your river too?"
If you are on plane heading down the river in a jet and it's shallow, you cannot slow down. You will knock the bottom out of your boat.
then don't run shallow rivers on the weekends....
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#3085326 - 12/18/12 01:56 PM Re: Tailwaters on Cumberland river system now closed [Re: catman529]
SES
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Registered: 10/13/11
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Loc: Corryton, Tn

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 Originally Posted By: catman529
 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: catman529
 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: waterman
got one on my 18 hp evinrude ,14' flatbottom and traveled up river at caney from happy hollow to the dam with no problem. only thing is gotta be wide open and the people wading in 6" of water dont really appreciate that
It's your river too. I'd rather tick somebody off than beat the crap out of the bottom of my boat.
I disagree, I'd say treat other fishermen like you'd want them to treat you...... Unless they are already being a jerk ;\)
Why would you want to irritate a fellow fisherman just because its "your river too?"
If you are on plane heading down the river in a jet and it's shallow, you cannot slow down. You will knock the bottom out of your boat.
then don't run shallow rivers on the weekends....
That's a good idea. Maybe I'll sell my boat and buy a pair of waders.

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#3085354 - 12/18/12 02:15 PM Re: Tailwaters on Cumberland river system now closed [Re: catman529]
AllOutdoors
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Registered: 11/03/08
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Loc: Tennessee

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 Originally Posted By: catman529
 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: catman529
 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: waterman
got one on my 18 hp evinrude ,14' flatbottom and traveled up river at caney from happy hollow to the dam with no problem. only thing is gotta be wide open and the people wading in 6" of water dont really appreciate that
It's your river too. I'd rather tick somebody off than beat the crap out of the bottom of my boat.
I disagree, I'd say treat other fishermen like you'd want them to treat you...... Unless they are already being a jerk ;\)
Why would you want to irritate a fellow fisherman just because its "your river too?"
If you are on plane heading down the river in a jet and it's shallow, you cannot slow down. You will knock the bottom out of your boat.
then don't run shallow rivers on the weekends....


Is this considered shallow?

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#3085466 - 12/18/12 03:27 PM Re: Tailwaters on Cumberland river system now closed [Re: SES]
drrxnupe
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Registered: 02/15/09
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Loc: Nashville, TN & Oxford, MS

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 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: catman529
 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: catman529
 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: waterman
got one on my 18 hp evinrude ,14' flatbottom and traveled up river at caney from happy hollow to the dam with no problem. only thing is gotta be wide open and the people wading in 6" of water dont really appreciate that
It's your river too. I'd rather tick somebody off than beat the crap out of the bottom of my boat.
I disagree, I'd say treat other fishermen like you'd want them to treat you...... Unless they are already being a jerk ;\)
Why would you want to irritate a fellow fisherman just because its "your river too?"
If you are on plane heading down the river in a jet and it's shallow, you cannot slow down. You will knock the bottom out of your boat.
then don't run shallow rivers on the weekends....
That's a good idea. Maybe I'll sell my boat and buy a pair of waders.


Well said Catman. Now SES...how much u want for that boat? Make me an offer and I'll even throw in my waders

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#3085493 - 12/18/12 03:47 PM Re: Tailwaters on Cumberland river system now closed [Re: drrxnupe]
SES
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Loc: Corryton, Tn

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 Originally Posted By: drrxnupe
 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: catman529
 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: catman529
 Originally Posted By: SES
 Originally Posted By: waterman
got one on my 18 hp evinrude ,14' flatbottom and traveled up river at caney from happy hollow to the dam with no problem. only thing is gotta be wide open and the people wading in 6" of water dont really appreciate that
It's your river too. I'd rather tick somebody off than beat the crap out of the bottom of my boat.
I disagree, I'd say treat other fishermen like you'd want them to treat you...... Unless they are already being a jerk ;\)
Why would you want to irritate a fellow fisherman just because its "your river too?"
If you are on plane heading down the river in a jet and it's shallow, you cannot slow down. You will knock the bottom out of your boat.
then don't run shallow rivers on the weekends....
That's a good idea. Maybe I'll sell my boat and buy a pair of waders.


Well said Catman. Now SES...how much u want for that boat? Make me an offer and I'll even throw in my waders
Even trade, depending on brand of waders!!

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#3085494 - 12/18/12 03:47 PM Re: Tailwaters on Cumberland river system now closed [Re: drrxnupe]
waterman
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Registered: 03/22/08
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i treat them like i want to be treated. would never consider blasting by a fellow fisherman like that without a warning, explaining why i have to run wide open by them. just common courtesy in my book

Edited by waterman (12/18/12 03:49 PM)

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