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Catfish Time In The Wheeler Tailrace
I remember the old handmade cypress flat-bottomed jonboat that leaked like a sieve. Our family rented it for $2 a day at Fisherman’s Resort at Town Creek on the Tennessee River many years ago. It even came equipped with a dog-food can for bailing water. I was probably only 6 or 7 years old when my dad, my brother and I first started going to the tailrace of Wheeler Dam and spending the day catching catfish.

My dad had a 2...

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