Month: February 2017

Crappie University

Crappie University at Chattanooga State Community College Chattanooga State Community College is offering a continuing education course with a new hook, literally, for anyone interested in crappie fishing, beginner to avid. Crappie University is not a seminar, it’s an accelerated course in the strategies and techniques for becoming a better crappie angler. These instructors are …

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TWRA Response to questions concerning the issue of aquatic vegetation in Tennessee Reservoirs

Mr. Hinsdale: Thank you for your correspondence of January 20, 2017. We appreciate the consideration being given to the issue of aquatic vegetation in Tennessee Reservoirs. We offer the following for your consideration: TWRA has been thoroughly engaged in the issue of aquatic vegetation in Tennessee rivers and reservoirs since the mid-1970s. We work closely …

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TVA Bulletin

TVA Bulletin The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) and Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA), with assistance from the Tennessee Division of Forestry, are planning to conduct a prescribed burn on a portion of Thief Neck Island between late February and early-March. The prescribed burn is a component of a multi-step plan to improve wildlife habitat on …

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CBA Announces Its 40th Anniversary and the 2017 Bass Tournament Season Format

CBA Announces Its 40th Anniversary and the 2017 Bass Tournament Season Format CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) – The Chattanooga Bass Association sponsored by Triton Boats is celebrating its 40th year anniversary of being a non-profit community service organization. Chattanooga Bass Association was founded by community leaders in 1976 and was designed to offer a top quality open …

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Invasive weeds growing in East Tennessee lakes

Invasive weeds growing in East Tennessee lakes KINGSTON, Tenn. (WVLT) — An invasive species of weed is growing rapidly in Tennessee lakes. Over 200 concerned homeowners and fisherman expressed their concerns at a Roane County Commission meeting Monday. The weed is called Hydrilla and is a species not native to East Tennessee. TVA officials said …

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