1. Details: Hybrid Striped Bass with a spinnerbait, blade baits.

    i know those big rocks are constantly moving and roaming. And thats the only knowledge i have of them.

    1. thatfisher372 0
      I would use live shad when fishing for stripers
    2. htgaddis 0
      My buddy catches a lot of stripe on the blue shad raps by raphla
    3. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      The biggest out of the Cumberland is 65, these fish are getting bigger than the Santee Cooper @liamshay
    4. liamshay 0
      @TennesseeTroutboy no way man, the world records staying up here in CT. I would use live bait and let it swim freely. @fish0n11
    5. fish0n11 0
      @TennesseeTroutboy pretty good haul from lexington to cordell hull to do somethin you dont know how to do tho lol
    6. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      If I were you I would fish Cordell Hull Dam, it's some of the best striper fishing in the country troll live skipjack. You could catch the new World Record Striper ...more there
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    1. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      Well that's dale hollow for ya, at least you got some nice walleye
  2. Details: Walleye with a spoons,hair jigs, spinnerbaits

    pumped for an august full moon. one of my favorite times to fish. got some new baits and new designs to debut on this trip wish me luck.

    1. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      Ya those strike king rage tail grubs work good around timber @fishfoe
    2. fishfoe 0
      This technique i use for rocky points but it isn't limited to that
    3. fishfoe 0
      Talking about isn't your regular small crappie sized. It's a full sized grub that's bass sized) GOOD LUCK and tight lines! @TennesseeTroutboy @fish0n11
    4. fishfoe 0
      Penut butter colored curly tail with a jig head for smallies, sounds amateur but Ik a guy that has a lakehouse up there and that's what he caught em on last ...more weekend (Note: the curly tail I'm talkin
    5. mpotter_25 0
      Flip the docks close to bluffs in deeper water. If u fish bluffs right ull catch fish I think. I fish up there more in the winter
    6. fish0n11 0
      @TennesseeTroutboy goodluck man
    7. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      Ya well good luck with the smallies, don't think I'm gonna get that much in my dingy so I might just stick for trout this weekend
    8. fish0n11 0
      @TennesseeTroutboy they grow em big down here i know that much.
    9. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      It's on my bucket list to catch a 50" out of there, I've seen one that had to be 56"
    10. fish0n11 0
      @TennesseeTroutboy buddy ive seen a few big ones caught walleye fishin ive never caught one. but everyone ive seen has been caught out of the coontail beds.
    11. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      Catch any musky when u fish dale
    12. fish0n11 0
      @TennesseeTroutboy ill be mainly fishin from juett creek to first island tonight. may run to the dam tomorro night.
    13. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      I like finesse with a tip junebug works well, but I like those strike king spoons they work good. Also I'm going up there this weekend in yak, probably gonna ...more fish around the dam. Where are you going?
    14. fish0n11 0
      @TennesseeTroutboy i hop those jiggin spoons and do well dont like the silver buddy till water cools but obviously love the hair jig. what do u fish on the shaky ...more head i texas rig in the grass alot.
    15. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      Fish hair jigs, finesse, shaky heads, and blade baits (walleye love blade baits too) or you can troll spoons over the weed humps and maybe get a pig trout
    16. fish0n11 0
      @mpotter_25 catch any smallies flippin docks. we do that down here andcatch largemouth and spots but never a smallie
    17. mpotter_25 0
      I flip boat docks with football jigs and tubes
    18. MusicCityBass 0
      @mpotter_25 @TennesseeTroutboy ive never fished up there
    19. inshore_slammer450 0
      I fished weeds once there in deep water using a walleye Harness with nightcrawler. For smallmouth I used a deep shad crank bait. Color was chartreuse and orange.
    20. Mason Cizek 0
      @TennesseeTroutboy should know all about this. @eastonsutley @MusicCityBass may know too
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  3. Details: Mirror Carp with a spoon

    heres another accidental catch

    1. Swamp Mafia 0
      Great mirror.
    2. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      I don't think there are any in dale either @fish0n11
    3. diggerman 0
      Monster mirror.
    4. fish0n11 0
      learn somethin everyday
    5. Sutton Dole 0
      Yea that's a mirror
    6. Mason Cizek 0
      Monster mirror!
    7. fish0n11 0
      dont think those are in the dale but idk im not a carp fisherman
    8. Cale Ellingson 0
      Looks like a mirror carp
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  4. caught while bass fishin on cherokee few weeks past dk what it weighed

    1. Swamp Mafia 0
      Great flathead.
    2. fish0n11 0
      hair jig
    3. Mason Cizek 0
      What did you get him on?
    4. soulmaan 0
      Nice cat
    5. fish0n11 0
      thank you was a nice suprise on a slow night.
    6. Isaac Carey 0
      Nice cat
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  5. Details: Smallmouth Bass

    same trip around the same size nice lil smallie

    1. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      Really, shiners?
    2. fish0n11 0
      @TennesseeTroutboy down on the bottom man gotta be on the bottom
    3. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      Do you use topwater for those nightbites @fish0n11
    4. Mason Cizek 0
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  6. Details: Smallmouth Bass

    nice slot dale hollow smallie from the summer havnt been here in a while got alot of posting to catch up on.

    1. kyfiaherman44 0
      hey I am going to be fishing dale hollow this weekend do you have any suggestions on what you would use and where to find the smallmouth
  7. Details: Smallmouth Bass

    curious as to what people fish with for those deep water bass.

    1. fish0n11 0
      good point @zkid09 my line size has little variety cuz my deepwater fishing is limited to my jigs and a spinnerbait and there 3/8 to a half oz so i never change ...more but very true it depends on the bait
    2. Cody Palmer 0
      Depends on the Bait. 7-7'3 mh or h for most jigging, worm, etc. On 10-17# line. 7'6 m or mh with 10-12# for cranking. 7ft m or mh spinning with 10# braid ...more and 6-8# leader for shaky head, dropshot etc
    3. Calvin Fease 0
      10XDs. A light spinning rod is also good to have for drop-shots and light spoons. Use 8# fluoro on the spinning rod, 15# fluoro on the 7'3", 65# braid on ...more the heavy, and 12# fluoro on the crank.
    4. Calvin Fease 0
      I use a 7'6" H for Carolina rigs and heavy stuff. My all-purpose deep rod is a 7'3" MH that can handle spoons, jigs, Texas rigs, and the like. ...more A big 7'6" cranking stick is a must for those DD22s and
    5. Marcus Hernandez 0
      I don't have much experience with this, but I believe a 7 foot medium heavy rod with 17 Fluor since Fluor sinks.
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  8. hate to say it but the last summertime flys this ole boy will tie this year. guess ill break out the maraboo next. float and fly and crappie next to pass the winter

  9. i personally hate seeing lakes get stunted by fisherman not keeping any fish


Inspiration in my fishing comes from two guys i never made a cast with. Billy Westmoreland and Ernie Taylor.I grew up on the dale however ill ...more venture to cherokee and others on occasion.