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Celebrating on the Watauga River

By Tom Adkinson The Watauga River rises on Grandfather Mountain in North Carolina and gets interrupted by two Tennessee Valley Authority Dams in Tennessee. About 78 miles from its headwaters, it flows into the Boone Lake impoundment of the South … Continue reading

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Not One Darn Fish! (But I Had a Great Time)

MAMMOTH LAKES, California (July 2016) – Labeling a totally unproductive fishing trip a good experience conjures up memories of Michigan State football coach Duffy Daugherty, who said, “A tie is like kissing your sister.” It’s totally counterintuitive, but that’s still … Continue reading

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A Geographical, Medicinal and Piscatorial Question

Question: Can lower back pain, vertigo, poor vision and numbing, rushing cold water be a good combination? Answer: Yes, when Mr. Brown Trout and Mr. Rainbow Trout rise up and say, “Hello! Welcome to Southwest Virginia.”

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