Shared reach. See description in Tennessee.
Putin is in TN. Takeout in KY.
See also the description in the TN inventory.
The listed mileage here is inaccurate, if one is putting on in TN and taking out at Cumberland Lake. The lat/longitude coords are very approximate, waiting for a StreamKeeper who knows the reach well to step in and fix them.
John Foy contributes:
Great canoe camping river. Give yourself two days for Station Camp to Blue Heron, three for Station Camp to Yamacraw Bridge. Basically flatwater/lake beyond Yamacraw. Good fishing for smallmouth and catfish along the entire river. Be careful during rainy periods as this river rises very rapidly. I like it best between 100 and 500 cfs at Stearns.
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