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Old 01-17-2013, 12:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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didn't think so.



hope the flooding doesn't wipe out all the brown and brook trout eggs. it would be a shame to lose a whole year class







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Actually I cannot imagine ANY FISH being able to "stay put" and not be wash well down river.
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Nice collection of photos, but where is the white picture? The fish are alright with the turbulent, fast water but not so with the eggs. Just have to hope for the best outcome.
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i have yet to see any pics of the smokies from this snow storm. in my defense though, i have not spent much time searching smoky mtn troutfitters' FB page, where i found the high water pics. have plenty from sandy, but that is sort of irrelevant now lol.



corbo, i imagine it is difficult, but surely they can find an eddy or something to hide behind. i have fished in your neck of the woods when the water was pretty high. it was a slow day until i started casting to the slack water, and held my rod as high as i could reach to keep the line off the current.
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We had 4 1/2 inch here in Tazewell Tn.

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nice! we got a good bit here in town. had trouble getting home from work in it. a 5 minute drive took me 45. new shocks and back brakes on a little ranger do very little for handling in the snow.
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I wouldn't worry about the eggs, they hatched back in the late fall/early winter. I saw some baby browns swimming around in the Little River in December so I'd say they are fine. All they do is tuck up under and around stuff to stay out of the current.
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