Fun White Bass Fishing Adventure with Creek Fishing Adventures and my724outdoors.com!

Fun White Bass Fishing Adventure with Creek Fishing Adventures and my724outdoors.com!

Crashed the boat, almost ran out of gas, had an adventure while white bass fishing. It is time to take out the little 15 ft aluminum Lowe boat. We ran up the Hiwassee river and fished a few creek channels searching for some white bass. Caught a few and had some mishaps, but overall a great adventure!

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The Hiwassee River has its headwaters on the north slope of Rocky Mountain in Towns County in the northern area of the State of Georgia. It flows northward into North Carolina before turning westward into Tennessee, flowing into the Tennessee River a few miles west of what is now State Route 58 in Meigs County, Tennessee. The river is about 147 miles (237 km) long.[3]

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