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Ross Wimberely fishing in his Triton TRX 21

Ross Wimberley

I have a true passion for fishing.

Anybody that knows me can vouch for that. It doesn’t matter the species, I just love to fish.
I grew up on the banks of the Tennessee River. My passion for fishing started at a very early age with my dad taking me fishing on Saturday mornings in his fourteen-foot jon boat. We would set out to our bluegill hole with two ultralight spinning poles and two tubes of crickets and fished all day or until we had more fish than we wanted to clean. I still enjoy going to that bluegill hole some 25 years later.

I bought my first boat the year I graduated from high school — a brand spanking new aluminum Triton boat. Soon I had the opportunity to start helping a local guide part time when I wasn’t working my regular job.

If you’re looking for a sophisticated guide, that ain’t me. But if you want to relax and have a successful day of fishing, I’m your man. Heck, who knows? We might even go to the bluegill hole. Ya’ll come see me

FISHING REPORT

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March2018 Fishing/Hunting

Not too much to report on the fishing scene the first couple weeks of January except for bitter cold and ice. Most all anglers have stayed away from the fishing boat so far this year with the exception of a few die-hards.

Ice has taken over a majority of the ramps around the Paris Landing area and a majority of the backs of bays. Things began to thaw this week, but as I type, we have about four inches of snow on the ground and still falling.It appears bitter cold air is back to stay for a day or two . With the ice being so widespread, I expect to see a shad kill, which is common when the bait fish get caught in the shallow frozen water, thus bringing a buffet for the fish. If we get a break in the weather for a couple weeks the fishing will pick up quickly.

Duck hunting has been good when you can find open water to hunt. There has been some good reports on the river with guys hunting main lake points, killing a mixed bag of waterfowl from divers to mallards to geese.

  • DAILY RATES
    GUIDE SERVICES
    $320/ 1 - 2 people(Add $50 for 3rd person.)
    • 2006 Triton TRX 21
    • Fully Rigged
    • Hummingbird Electronics
    • Bass/Crappie Year-Round
    • Bluegill/Redear May-June

A Great

Day Out.

what you’ll need

Tennessee Fishing License

Click here to purchase a Tenn. fishing license online

Food & Drink

Party cooler provided onboard

Season-appropriate clothing

I will provide you with a detailed weather forecast in the days before your trip

Triton TRX 21

Full-rigged and
ready to fish.

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Cedar Ridge Guide Service
3175 Mt.Sinai Rd.
Buchanan Tn 38222

duck_wim@hotmail.com

Phone 731-336-8907

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