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Tennessee fish species

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Largemouth, smallmouth and Kentucky bass. White bass, striper, black and white crappie, sauger, walley, blue catfish, flatheads and channel cats. All species of bream (blue gill). Some parts of the state also have trout. Then of course there are several species of non-game fish (carp, drum, gar and buffalo) plus a variety of baitfish (gizzard shad, threadfin and skipjack).

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Tennessee like all of the South East provides a plethora of great fishing, RW pointed out a variety of fish that are there to be caught now the catching is up to you  ;). Tell us how it goes Big C

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