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Posted by Blue76
9/3/2021 10:47 AM

So is Chick muddy and full of trash?  I see on the TVA app that the water is high.  Just wondering if it is worth a trip to fish or not...

 Greg

Posted by firewater
9/3/2021 11:44 AM
Blue76 - 9/3/2021 10:47 AM

.  Just wondering if it is worth a trip to fish or not...

 Greg



I'm wondering same thing. I/we had plans to fish a tourney out of Harrison tonight but we are kind of worried about all the trash that is probably floating.
Posted by Springmillvol
9/3/2021 1:08 PM
Was around HBSP this morning and a little bit in the main channel. Only caught 1 dink but the water dirty but I’ve seen it much worse. Not too many floaters either.
Posted by Blue76
9/3/2021 1:16 PM
Thanks
Posted by derek81
9/3/2021 1:35 PM
Not bad at all, water is high and just be careful of floating debris
Posted by Pointer 78
9/3/2021 2:09 PM
Back of pockets are clear to lightly stained. Some grass sub surface now.
Posted by mstrdan
9/5/2021 2:46 PM
Out yesterday. Water fairly good some debris and lots of boats.
Posted by WarEagleChatt
9/5/2021 7:37 PM
No problems this morning. Caught fish in the pockets, but most off them off the main lake.
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