High Water Harpeth

August 24, 2016  |  Conservation, Reports, Uncategorized  |  Comments Off on High Water Harpeth  |  Share

Now that late summer is upon us and we have even seen the first glimpse of fall with a couple of 60 degree nights, it is definitely worth noting the amount of rain we have seen this summer versus years past. Late August usually finds the water levels in the...

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Summer Fly Fishing Intro

Summer Fly Fishing Intro

July 20, 2016  |  Instruction, Reports, Uncategorized  |  Comments Off on Summer Fly Fishing Intro  |  Share

The long days of mid-summer have sure settled in lately, and the heat sure feels like it's here to stay too. This is the perfect time to schedule a session to learn the basics of fly fishing and even chase your first fly-caught fish! Lessons are taught right here in...

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Harpeth River

Harpeth River

July 12, 2016  |   |  Comments Off on Harpeth River  |  Share

Stretching from its headwaters in Rutherford County to the Cumberland River, the approximately 125 miles of the Harpeth River comes in all shapes and sizes. While the Harpeth boasts over 80 species of fish throughout the watershed, the primary targets range from a number of different sunfish and bluegill, catfish,...

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MacGyver and The Rock Ledge

MacGyver and The Rock Ledge

July 11, 2016  |  Reports, Trips  |  Comments Off on MacGyver and The Rock Ledge  |  Share

With all the rain we had in the past week the Harpeth River was high and muddy when fishing time came around, so the target waters were switched to the Buffalo. At the first thought of fishing the Buffalo, daydreams of smallmouth destroying a fly and wreaking havoc on their...

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The River Through Town

The River Through Town

May 26, 2016  |  Conservation, Reports, Uncategorized  |  Comments Off on The River Through Town  |  Share

With the shops and restaurants gathering the majority of the attention for America's favorite Main Street, it is hard to imagine the spotlight shining anywhere else in Downtown Franklin. Here lately though, the Harpeth River has been making its presence felt. Since the 2012 removal of the lowhead dam on...

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The Trout Are Back In Town

February 11, 2016  |  Reports, Trips  |  Comments Off on The Trout Are Back In Town  |  Share

As we find ourselves in the late middle of Winter and looking forward to the Spring of 2016, a welcome reprieve comes to many anglers in and around downtown Franklin: the TWRA Winter trout stocking program. Even with the improved fishing in the Spring and Summer thanks to the lowhead...

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