What is in the water in East Tennessee? More specifically what is the water at Watts Bar Lake? Here is a hint it is big and it is brown. News out of the Eastern part of the the Volunteer state this morning is that for the second time in just over a month the Watts Bar smallmouth record has been broken. Seth Robinson of Kingston, Tennessee caught a record setting 8.65Lb (8Lb 10oz) smallmouth in a Watts Bar Open tournament on the 39,000 acre Tennesse River impoundment yesterday afternoon.

Robinson, who is a self described blue collar fisherman, couldn’t fathom his record setting smallmouth. “It’s just unbelievable” Robinson kept saying as we interviewed him on the phone this morning. He went on to say that he is just a hardworking everyday guy that got lucky.

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