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Old 03-23-2020, 10:03 PM
Alan 54 Alan 54 is offline
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Now that Nashville mayor has implemented the "safer at home" regulation, I am wondering how that would affect me if I were to go to Priest fishing. I don't live in the Nashville area or county. I live in Maury county where we are not under that rule.....yet. Will this ruling close all the ramps? Any comments??
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Old 03-24-2020, 12:07 AM
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Now that Nashville mayor has implemented the "safer at home" regulation, I am wondering how that would affect me if I were to go to Priest fishing. I don't live in the Nashville area or county. I live in Maury county where we are not under that rule.....yet. Will this ruling close all the ramps? Any comments??
At this time I don't think you are a threat to the fishing world .. but a lot of federal parks have been closed ... not sure about state parks and Corp Ramps .. (they are federal)?? PS..I have always wondered how do you get Murry out of Maury ??

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Old 03-24-2020, 10:12 AM
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Now that Nashville mayor has implemented the "safer at home" regulation, I am wondering how that would affect me if I were to go to Priest fishing. I don't live in the Nashville area or county. I live in Maury county where we are not under that rule.....yet. Will this ruling close all the ramps? Any comments??
Last I heard we could use parks, and take walks. Just keep 6 ft distance.
I see no difference in fishing and going to any park.
Also think state parks remain open.
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