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Aug 15, 2017

Shad Nasty Fishing for Stripers in Tennessee

I always enjoy fishing with guys that are unassuming and under control the entire day. These are the guys that adapt to bite variations without much hesitation. They have spent so much time fishing that when the water, weather and fish behavior changes, they already have a plan.

Capt. Todd Asher, of www.shadnastyfishing.com, is just such a guy. He has been fishing for striped bass for over two decades. Whether you want numbers or trophies, Todd knows where to go and which tactics will work. The man is an operator. If you have not fished the world class striper waters of Southeast Tennessee then you are missing something really special. Todd Asher can put you on fish that build lasting memories and a desire to come back again and again.

Full Throttle Media and In The Spread filmed part 1 of a multi-part series of fishing videos with Todd Asher, this past week. We will be drilling into this striper fishery and sharing all the info with you, so you can have more success in this fishery or your own.

Visit In The Spread here: http://www.inthespread.com

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