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Posted by JohnnyG
6/10/2019 1:11 AM
What are your grass predictions this year? A return to decent mats by fall or still on the decline as the last couple of years?
Posted by Cstick1
6/10/2019 7:09 AM
All depends on the weather and water flow we have.
Posted by churly
6/10/2019 7:38 AM
You'll never have the mats we did before they began spraying the residential areas. That being said, I thought last year was above average and I really enjoyed the frog bite in late October.
Posted by rsimms
6/13/2019 4:56 AM
I predict less than normal due to massive winter flow & flooding. I believe some of the shallower sections of grass likely got ripped out by the roots. And flows remain above normal. That's less conducive to submerged aquatics.
Posted by rusty50576
6/14/2019 1:01 PM
I fished a small river last night (little river in Blount county) that floods like crazy all the time and the grass was pretty thick in there. I even saw some southern water grass which I had never seen in there before. From my experience when you pull up grass by the roots it just comes right back.

Edited by rusty50576 6/14/2019 1:03 PM
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