Cedar Creek Reservoir News

The River: Rafter CLYDE to soon be on her way with new mistress; will her former Captain watch her go?

Northern Kentucky Tribune

Date: 7/4/2020 11:09:00 PM

In a couple more days, the Rafter CLYDE will point her bow westward, headed in the direction of the mouth of the Cumberland River, some 422 miles downstream. Then it’s all uphill to Barkley Dam

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First half of 2020 is second wettest of any year in history in Chattanooga

Times Free Press

Date: 7/4/2020 4:03:00 PM

The first six months of 2020 were one of the wettest starts to any year in Chattanooga with rainfall so far this year nearly 59% above normal

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Forecast Discussion


Date: 7/1/2020 5:00:00 PM

Sunday’s rain chance is higher around Pickwick Lake, Cedar Creek Reservoir and Smith Lake (again). What looks like a mostly dry weekend for the majority could end up with some locally-heavy

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Quality Fish Came From Variety Of Depths, Cover


Date: 6/30/2020 10:03:00 PM

Rookie Cole Floyd had fished a couple of warm-weather events at Chickamauga before and came into this event determined to find something away from the offshore "community holes" that would attract

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Body Found In Tennessee River On Friday


Date: 6/29/2020 5:00:00 PM

Chattanooga Police were informed by a local fisherman that a body had been discovered in the Tennessee River. Police were advised that the remains were on the Amnicola Highway bank of the river

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• River: Tennessee River
• Surface Area: 4,200 Acres
Cedar Creek Reservoir, impounded in 1979 as a flood control reservoir, holds 4,200 acres of water at full pool. Located nearly 10 miles west of Russellville in Franklin County, it is one of four Tennessee Valley Authority reservoirs operated by the Bear Creek Development Authority. The primary uses of this reservoir are flood control and recreation. There is some residential development along the shoreline of Cedar Creek Reservoir. Camping and fishing provide the main recreational opportunities. Five public access areas (Cedar Creek Dam, Hellums Mill, Slickrock, Britton Bridge, and Lost Creek) serve Cedar Creek Reservoir, and one campground is located at Slickrock. A BCDA use permit ($3/day or $20/year) is required in addition to an Alabama State fishing license. Pre-impoundment topographic maps are available through the TVA.
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