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  1. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by stripernut1 View Post
    updated report....limited on rainbows in 8 minutes this morning during the rainstorm.
    rooster tail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stripernut1 View Post
    i would have to give lance sasser honorable mention in that best guide category.....he has put clients on certified state records, not many guides can make that claim
    I was talking about flyfishing guides. I'm sure Sasser is good but I've never seen him talk about flies and fly fishing.

  3. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by YakNinja View Post
    rooster tail?
    no, caught them on organic bait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YakNinja View Post
    I was talking about flyfishing guides. I'm sure Sasser is good but I've never seen him talk about flies and fly fishing.
    you are correct, lance is primarily a lure or livebait guy. and man is he good at what he does

  5. #17
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    simple but fun

    Quote Originally Posted by Hape2go View Post
    I'm planning a camping trip below Cumberland lake in a couple week and wondering if anybody's heard anything about good trout fishing and big stripper? Or just n e report would be helpful! Thanks keep a tight line!
    living 5 miles from the Burkesville ramp I recently started fishing, the river in the last 2 weeks. ( the river between crocus an traces),

    Trying the typical baits, cranks, in line spinners an woooly bergers, all produced, noting compared to the Berkly Power bait for trout, in size an numbers....A lot to learn which river trout fishing is all new to me,
    My set up was drift the bait split shot number 6 light hook 6# line bounce the bait off the bottom.

    My success seemed better by drifting the bait down the river 8/9 depth, using the rod tip to raise it up an over the rough bottom.
    Be ready to rebait at least a 2 jar trip for a full days fishing, no browns all rainbows big ones for me were 13 inch range

  6. #18
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    First Cumberland Trout Expedition

    I took my first trip to the Cumberland yesterday and despite the stormy weather did pretty well. I caught a couple of dozen fish with the biggest two being 21 and 20 inches. Caught several 12-14 inch browns as well and one bonus 3 pound sauger. Caught fish on shadraps and roostertails. Had a great time!

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