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#3285995 - 07/08/13 08:23 PM Re: Surprise on the end of the line (pic) [Re: PinchPoint]
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nice fish
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#3286042 - 07/08/13 08:52 PM Re: Surprise on the end of the line (pic) [Re: ROUGH COUNTRY HUNTER]
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Very cool dude.
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#3286319 - 07/09/13 08:56 AM Re: Surprise on the end of the line (pic) [Re: RUGER]
mathews338
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nice fish!
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#3286578 - 07/09/13 01:15 PM Re: Surprise on the end of the line (pic) [Re: mathews338]
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Congrats
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#3286655 - 07/09/13 03:13 PM Re: Surprise on the end of the line (pic) [Re: Winchester]
MattR
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Yea I guess the channel's have been spawning thats why their heads are swelled up. Catman get you a nice flatty on the end of your line if you like the big fights. They are some nice ones around here for sure. Thats what I've been stuck on for a while. The big cats, blues are good too but flat heads put up a better fight.

Nice fish by the way that one is for sure nice ecspecially for a channel. If you are catching channels that big you're doing good


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#3286822 - 07/09/13 06:36 PM Re: Surprise on the end of the line (pic) [Re: PinchPoint]
Inkstainz
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those both are nice fish...wouldn't be disappointed with either of them.
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#3287048 - 07/09/13 11:32 PM Re: Surprise on the end of the line (pic) [Re: MattR]
catman529
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 Originally Posted By: MattR
Yea I guess the channel's have been spawning thats why their heads are swelled up. Catman get you a nice flatty on the end of your line if you like the big fights. They are some nice ones around here for sure. Thats what I've been stuck on for a while. The big cats, blues are good too but flat heads put up a better fight.

Nice fish by the way that one is for sure nice ecspecially for a channel. If you are catching channels that big you're doing good
I have not caught a flathead over 5 lbs. where do you fish for em? always wanted to catch a big one, just not sure where to start and never have put in the time for it.
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#3287245 - 07/10/13 09:23 AM Re: Surprise on the end of the line (pic) [Re: catman529]
MattR
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I just moved here early last year and so far I like old hickory pretty good, I have a few spots that I have done ok at. Also the cumberland river I like too but it seems to be completely hit or miss. We have caught several 20+ pound flatties this year so far. I haven't figured them out as good here but over in east tn, at the chick, watts bar, and tn river it is very good fishing. Plus lots of big blues too.

But anyways it just depends on where you want to go there is some decent fishing for them around here. Here soon they will be getting off the beds and that is when I do best for them. They are fun man for sure. Getting a 45 lb Flathead is the only rush I have got freshwater fishing that compares to deer hunting.
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#3287298 - 07/10/13 10:05 AM Re: Surprise on the end of the line (pic) [Re: MattR]
catman529
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 Originally Posted By: MattR
I just moved here early last year and so far I like old hickory pretty good, I have a few spots that I have done ok at. Also the cumberland river I like too but it seems to be completely hit or miss. We have caught several 20+ pound flatties this year so far. I haven't figured them out as good here but over in east tn, at the chick, watts bar, and tn river it is very good fishing. Plus lots of big blues too.

But anyways it just depends on where you want to go there is some decent fishing for them around here. Here soon they will be getting off the beds and that is when I do best for them. They are fun man for sure. Getting a 45 lb Flathead is the only rush I have got freshwater fishing that compares to deer hunting.
I will be fishing below old hickory this summer. Fishing for everything from skipjack to rockfish and walleye and whatever else bites. If you were fishing for flatheads below the dam, where would you focus?
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