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Guntersville High Water Help

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My family vacation was planned for this week.  My wife and I have taken off work.   We were driving to the Grand Canyon and to Wyoming, back through the Badlands back home on a 12 day trek.   It was to be our longest trip and we are seeing our 18 year old daughter off to college.  It was going to be special.

 

Friday morning my mother in law was put into critical care and is in a medically induced coma.  We were supposed to leave Friday night.   We still have hopes that she will come to and we will fly out, bypassing Grand Canyon and heading directly to Wyoming, but I kind of doubt it can be salvaged.

 

Scenerio, after spending three days at the hospital, my wife said you might want to take our son fishing.  We fished Guntersville some over the spring, fishing around Goose Pond and we can be to the hospital in Nashville in 3 hours in an emergency.

 

Problem/question, with all the high and presumably muddy water (up to 16 " of rain in up lake in east TN), if we get to even go, which area of the lake should we fish to have a decent opportunity?  Again, normally we fish the river channel and North Sauty around Goose Pond.   I am slightly familiar with Seibold and somewhat familiar Browns Creek.   Which area of the lake would you go to fish and get away from the mud and rough current/debris and salvage a vacation.  I think I can figure this stuff out, but it will take at least a precious two days.

 

Thanks for your help.

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