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|Planning to fish all week next week. Staying in Dayton. Can someone recommend ramps in that part of the lake. Any creeks you might recommend for bass fishing? |
tennhawk - 10/5/2017 1:35 PM
Planning to fish all week next week. Staying in Dayton. Can someone recommend ramps in that part of the lake. Any creeks you might recommend for bass fishing?
Dayton boat dock, right up/down the road from where you're staying. This is at the highway 30 intersection. Turn right at the light and it's on the right.
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|Thank you. I see it on my map. |
Location: dallas bay/soddydaisy
|Be very careful in Richland creek when the water is down/low.|
fischnrod - 10/6/2017 7:24 AM
Be very careful in Richland creek when the water is down/low.
Yep, Do not venture outside the channel buoys when water is drawing down! Shallows up very QUICK!
Location: Crossville and Houston, TX (half of each year)
|Channel in Richland is clearly marked with red/green buoys. There is a section that is No Wake by Blue Water. The channel runs tight to the North side of the creek at that point. |
Nonetheless, I saw two guys in a nice bass boat blowing mud out in the middle of the un-marked portion of the channel the other day. As already said....just stay in the channel. Use the markers.
Location: Cleveland, TN
|Oh yeah don't forget your patience!! It is super slow out there but i'm sure you'll run into some white bass in the jumps. They make a slow day this time of year a lot better|
|Thanks for all info. I am leaving for Dayton on Monday. I wllleave a report when I return on Sunday.|
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