Month: November 2018

Tenn. Senator Studies New Law to Manage Aquatic Vegetation on Area Lakes

By Richard Simms -November 27, 2018 NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Most fishermen just call it “grass.” Others refer to it as “milfoil” (although that is just one species of many). Scientific types called it “aquatic vegetation,” while most dock owners refer to it as “weeds” (or other names we can’t publish here). Whatever you call it, …

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Watts Bar Lake Aerial Shot

Update: Senator Bell Hearing concerning application of aquatic herbicides

To: WBEFC Board Members, ERB, Roane County Commission From: Dr. Tim Joseph, WBEFC Chairman Subject: Senator Bell Hearing All: I am providing “My” perspective on the results of the Senator Bell’s hearing in Nashville which took place on the 15th. First, I want to thank those Council members who took their time to come to …

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FISHING: Pearman, Morris edge Baker, Perry to win Make Me A Star tournament

LaRue County’s Wyatt Pearman and Evan Morris captured the Fishing University’s “Make Me A Star” team challenge. With the win came with a four-year tuition scholarship from Bethel University as well as a spot on the Bethel Wildcats Fishing Team — the No. 1 college team in the country, the $10,000 Nick Huntley Memorial College …

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