Fishing Report 7-16-15

Rain, rain, rain. It seems as if the last three weeks have done nothing but rain. With all the rain came a substantial rise in Lake Cumberland. In response, the Corps of Engineers has been slamming water through Wolf Creek Dam. It looks like it may be several days before it will be worthwhile to head to the Cumberland. CBT's decided to take advantage of good weather and headed to the Smoky Mountains to chase wild trout in some of the most beautiful streams in North America. We've been fishing there for years and have lots of secluded places to sneak up on wild bows, browns, and little gems (brookies). The recent opening of Lynn Camp has seen lots of anglers so it was our perogative to

Fishing Report - July 7, 2015

CBT's fished last Friday before the July 4th holiday. The morning was very good and then the rain hit. Rain coupled with creek run off muddied the river substantially. The weather forecast is starting to repeat itself. Decent chances of thundershowers each day for the next few days. The Corps is generating and it may be a few more days before flows return to normal. We'll be back at it when generation schedules cool. On the upside, our friend Larry was recently able to land this monster rainbow on a Copper John. Nice job Larry! There are tons of fish this size in the Cumberland. Give us a call and we'll do our best to put you on em.

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