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So, I was really counting on the temperature high being below 50 when I was planning this weekends trip.  But, too late to back down now.  Any tips on tackle and approach for what is sure to be a cold weekend?  Not really experienced yet.  Will the recent temperature drop effect the fishing?  Good or bad?  I'll be floating from Riddle Bridge back to Boiling Springs.

Thanks for all your advice!

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IF the water is still clear, you could probably just throw a pearl super fluke all day long and wear fish out. A wiggle wart bite might be picking up as well depending on how cool the water is by this weekend. They were deep at the heads of pools two weeks ago, but the water was still 70 degrees too. I'm sure it's dropped since then.

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We just floated that stretch two weekends ago.  Caught a lot on tubes in water that was moving with cover nearby.  Topwater was still on when we were there,  esp on the cloudy day we were there, and we got lucky with the leaves as the rain the night before knocked all the leaves down early in the day until the wind started blowing them back onto the water.  Wiggle wart caught a couple.  And like Seth said, I had a couple on a white weightless fluke.  Water was pretty low and clear(for the G-nade) when we floated.

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