Watts Bar Lake Association

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NEWS RELEASE Contact: Roger Hinsdale – President (423)452-0428 tennesseenavy at gmail.com Watts Bar Lake ‘River Rescue’ and Shoreline Cleanup – Saturday, March 28, 2020 Read the full press release here.

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The IJAMS Nature Center’s 31st Annual River Rescue event is being held on Saturday, March 28th. Please follow the link below (update soon) for additional information on the region wide effort. http://ijams.org/signature-events/river-rescue/ In the past we’ve had between 30 and …

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The Tennessee RiverLine project aims to create 652-miles of continuous paddling, hiking and biking opportunities from Knoxville, Tenn. to Paducah, Ky. Author: Grace King (10News) Published: 7:07 PM EST January 22, 2020 Updated: 7:07 PM EST January 22, 2020 KNOXVILLE, …

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RSVP for the Next Asian Carp Grassroots Action Call Thursday, October 31 at 1 p.m. CT / 2 p.m. ET   If you’d like to join us , please take a minute to RSVP by October 25 (and ask questions …

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Contact Lists for Government and Media Thanks to the WBEFC (Watts Bar Ecology and Fishery Council). They have provided our citizens and communities with three handy government and media contact lists which can be easily viewed and printed at the …

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Age-old wisdom claims it takes a village to raise a child. As it turns out, the same could be said of the effort to rescue a river giant. Despite being one of the largest fish in the Tennessee River and …

Tennessee Aquarium, partners have now released more than 250,000 Lake Sturgeon into wild Read More »

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 …

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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 …

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Researchers host public meeting to discuss TN RiverLine Pilot Project in Roane County From WBIR […40 miles of the Tennessee River flows through Roane County, and county leaders hope this project will help bring more people out to the water. …

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by Bliss ZechmanThursday, January 3rd 2019 DECATUR, Tenn. — Homeowners along the Tennessee River might be limited in how much they can clean the water near their properties. Bliss Zechman explains why people are upset by the plan and why …

Homeowners along TN River concerned about changes in aquatic vegetation management Read More »