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By tnjimbo - Posted on 03 March 2009

I was at the pumpstation this afternoon and it looked kike they're pumping water out of the bottoms! Some people fishing off the wall, but couldn't tell if they are catching many fish! It looks like it changes from day to day

jimbo

Biggame's picture

Katfish you can bank fish from the levy side year around.

Where are the fish?

wingman's picture

Thanks they got a pump house at Parsons too thats why I questioned where it was. Like you said it gets arm to arm when they get to catching fish there.

Take a kid fishing!!!

wingman's picture

At Springville?

Take a kid fishing!!!

Biggame's picture

I am sure he is talking about the pump station in New Johnsonville. When they pump out the refuge to get it ready for spring planting the crappiei flood around the pump house. Some days it is shoulder to shoulder with people fishing from the bank. Some of the interier of the refuge stays flooded and it is closed to the public in the winter. But when they open it up and the water level starts rising you can catch a limit of crappie in a little over an hours worth of fishing.

Where are the fish?

katfish76's picture

I didn't think they opened New Johnsonville until March 15th?

Chris "Katfish" Johnson
Professional Fishing & Duck Hunting Guide
Tn River Guide Service

wingman's picture

I think that it is actually the 16 of March when you can legally take the boat and go. Most of the time you can wear them out for a few days.

Take a kid fishing!!!

tnjimbo's picture

The refuge side opens the 15th, this is the river side

jimbo

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