Posted: November 1st, 2016 by Bill Dance
Fall is an incredible time to fish. You have mild, stable weather and water conditions, less-crowded lakes and rivers, beautiful scenery and fish that are very, very cooperative. Fall and all its great fishing opportunities are here.
It’s a don’t-miss time of the year for anglers; and a time when you just have to get out there and go fishing. Water temps are starting to cool at all fishing holes across the Volunteer State, but moving water still seems to be the way to go at this time. And the lower- and mid-sections of Harpeth River in Davidson and Cheatham counties, just west of Nashville, is my prime choice for the remainder of this month and for a few weeks into the next. It’s a great place to visit for a solo angler or entire families.
Businesses around these areas provide ample opportunities for both lodging and food. Montgomery Bell State Park in Burns, Tennessee, not far from the larger city of Dickson, is also within striking distance of the Harpeth, and both float and wade opportunities exist.
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