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Loudon County Visitors Bureau and River Sports Outfitters are teaming up to hold a county-wide paddle Sept. 29 that will allow participants to explore Loudon County down the Tennessee River. The idea sprung up last summer when RSO opened a

September 16, 2019  by FLW Communications ROCKWOOD, Tenn. – Boater John Murray of Spring City, Tennessee, brought a two-day total of 10 bass to the scale weighing 28 pounds, 11 ounces, to win the two-day T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League (BFL) Volunteer

Two-day T-H Marine FLW Bass fishing tournament set for Watts Bar Lake Sept. 14 The T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League (BFL) Volunteer Division will wrap up their tournament season for anglers with a two-day BFL Super Tournament on Watts

WBLA Annual Fall Meeting 2019 Watts Bar Lake Association – Annual Meeting (9/28/2019) – The WBLA will meet on Saturday, Sept. 28th, at the Spring City United Methodist Family Life Center building, beginning at 6:00PM. Please arrive earlier to verify

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Opinion: Electric barriers necessary to stop carp takeover From Knoxnews.com Timothy Joseph, Ph.D., is a fishery biologist, chairman of the Watts Bar Ecology and Fishery Council, wbefc.org, and a resident of Rockwood. The optimism expressed in the article “Officials optimistic

All week long, Cody Huff was the most impressive angler in the Bassmaster College Classic Bracket, and the Bethel University angler concluded his championship run through the tournament at Watts Bar Lake on Thursday. Huff, a 22-year old senior from

Enders ready to fish for title from The Daily Item Mifflinburg native and Bethel University (Tenn.) angler Garrett Enders will compete at the Bassmaster College Classic Bracket event, which begins today. Enders earned the opportunity after finishing third in the

The Roane County Lions Clubs are sponsoring a science based educational seminar, September 10th at 6pm at the Kingston Community Center. The detailed PowerPoint presentation by Dr. Timothy Joseph, a Roane County Fishery Biologist, will explain the ecological and economic

From Times Free Press The fish are Asian carp, an invasive species whose growing population has migrated from the Ohio River into the Tennessee River, threatening the region’s renowned biodiversity, commercial fishing industry and posing a health risk to recreational

Tennessee River Valley Reels in some of the Nation’s Biggest Bass Tournaments The Tennessee River Valley is home to many world-class bass fisheries, and with TVA’s commitment to keeping its reservoirs healthy, the region is attracting some of the nation’s

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