Month: June 2016

Due to several circumstances the Clean Boating event for Saturday 6/25/16 had to be postponed. A future date will be announced.

Most of the biggest fish caught in Tennessee are either blue or flathead catfish or paddlefish. That will likely change, however, in the near future thanks to the lake sturgeon restoration project, which began in 2000 in the Tennessee River …

Sturgeon size surging in Tennessee, Cumberland rivers Read More »

NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) will be participating in Operation Dry Water, June 24-26. Operation Dry Water is a national weekend of Boating Under the Influence (BUI) awareness and enforcement campaign directed toward reducing alcohol- and drug-related …

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By Michelle Hollenhead More than anything else, Jason Crabtree really wants to help people.The owner of Three Rivers Paddlesports (also known as Paddleboard Knoxville) sees himself as much more than a businessman – he is a teacher, encourager, and a …

Paddleboarding becoming popular on the waters of Watts Bar Lake Read More »

by Richard Simms As a professional fishing guide, one of the most common questions I hear when someone catches a big fish is, “How old do you think that fish is?” Since I am a professional who always has an …

How old is that fish? Read More »