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Get Hooked on Middle Tennessee!!

Middle Tennessee has numerous state parks, public wildlife areas, rivers, lakes, and streams and the the perfect terrain for utilizing these resources! Whether hiking, trail riding, camping, huting, or fihsing, our area is blessed to have more than enough for you and your famility to enjoy! Take a minute to check out some attractions that we feel make our location all the more special! Thanks for visiting, and feel free to email us information and photos of your experiences right here in this amazing area we call home!


 


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Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)

http://www.tva.com/river/lakeinfo/index.htm
Here you can access information about the rivers and lakes controlled by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). Useful information like water generation schedules, lake levels, and predicted water charts are very useful when fishing or boating!   

     
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Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency

http://www.state.tn.us/twra/
(TWRA) is a state program that works very actively in managing, controlling, and protecting our outdoor resources. They also offer many programs for kids and adults that brings families closer together and helps install quality conservation in the eyes of all!

   

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Tennessee Parks

http://www.state.tn.us/environment/parks/
There is close to a dozen state parks in Middle Tennessee. If hiking, camping, trail riding, or nature watching is your idea of pleasure, then you must take time to visit our wonderful state parks. As a kid some of the most memorable times as a family was camping at state parks in our area. There is something about the sounds of the birds chirping at daylight, the lingering smell of a burnt camp fire, and the sun rising over the treetops that makes one lust to be out there!

   

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Explore Kentucky Lake

http://www.explorekentuckylake.com/lakesarea/fishing/reports.htm
One of the most prestigous fishing lakes in the Southeast is Kentucky Lake. It is, along with Lake Barkley, one of the only river systems that flow north. I am not sure if that has anything to do with how productive the fishing is, but I do know that people from across the country come here to fish for crappie, bass, and other species of quality fish.  Check out some of our videos to see how we at Team T.O.P. catch bass on Kentucky and Barkley Lakes, and check out the following link to get local reports and other details of the lakes!

   

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Fishing Tennessee

http://www.fishingtennessee.com/
Do you want fishing reports before heading out on your next trip? Well, Jim Duckworth is the man for giving up to date fishing reports and forums for Middle Tennessee. With the ability to communicate with other anglers and the guide himself, the following site will be helpful in getting a good idea on what the fish are doing prior to heading out!

   

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Coal Creek Offroad Adventures

http://www.coalcreekohv.com/
Off road adventures for ATVs, horses, and hiking lies here at Coal Creek! Check out the website to see all that is offered. Dirt bke riders love this area for getting down on the trails. Horse backing is also a favorite here at Coal Creek Adventures!

   

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Canoe The Caney Fork River

http://canoethecaney.com/Caney-Fork-River-Recreational-Area.html
Explore the caney! What a valuable resource this river is to us here in Middle Tn. An easy drive from Nashville, this river is conveniant to I 40 and has multiple places to access the river. Fising while the river up from generation of the dam is the best way to catch the big ones, however the most popular method is fising while the water is down or no generation. It is a fly fishermans paradise, with rainbows, browns, and brooks all falling victim to the fly!  Find out the generation schedule by calling 1-800-338-2264 and hit option 4 then dam number 37 for Center Hill Dam!

   

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Big South Fork

http://www.bigsouthforkinfo.com/
This amazing park has so much to offer! With a rural, more mountainous terrain the park has some amzaing adventures for the outdoorsmen. The miles and miles or trails are great for house back riding, ATV riding, or hiking. The hunting is also a valuable tradition in the Big South Fork. Wtih deer, turker, hogs, and the occasional bear, a new hunting trip is just down the road!

   

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TN Deer

http://www.tndeer.com/index.php  Tndeer is truly a cool website that allows us Tennesseans the opportunity to post photos and stories of our deer hunting adventures. They also allow us to upload videos of our experiences via youtube! There is tons of other cool features and information on this site! Enjoy!