Posted: August 1st, 2016 by Bill Dance
It’s hard to buy things like peace of mind, tranquility and an understanding of nature. But Tennessee’s many streams do just that and much more for free.
And hey, Tennessee creeks are where I first wet the famed hook; these streams are also a time machine for me. In fact, I wish I could go there now and land an old memory or two.
Tennessee has many streams, but it is those located in the Middle and East sections of the state that I have fished the most, and everything they offer me, they offer you. You can literally wade off into their cool clear waters and escape the hectic bustle of everyday life.
There may be few better places to go in the summer heat. For me, it beats a water park, fins down.
You can catch anything from sunfish to mudcats.
Opportunity abounds, especially in the summer.
Some of these streams offer all species of bass: spotted bass, smallies and largemouth. This is because the habitat is ideal with lots of gravel, rock and sand bottoms, constantly flowing (well-oxygenated) water, and ideal cover. Also, the fishing pressure is often next to nothing, so you can enjoy some solitude. Do you remember me saying something about an escape?
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