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    • Battling the Rapids 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-17)
    • Fishermen in their Boat 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-17)
    • Inspecting the Boat 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-17)
    • Noe's Fishing Dock 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-17)
      Noe's Fishing Dock near the mouth of Laurel River has ample facilities for the myriads of fishermen who find the fishing in Lake Cumberland and it's tributaries ideal.
    • Rough Water on Dog Slaughter Creek, Cumberland River 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-17)
      Rough Water: Josh Sharp, oldtime riverman, encounters tricky rapids below the mouth of Dog Slaughter Creek, but it adds to the fun and adventure filled package that is attendant to any Cumberland River white-water safari.
    • Shooting the Cumberland River rapids 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-17)
      We meet other adventurers having the same fun and difficulty as ourselves shooting the Cumberland's white-water rapids. This particular scene on the Cumberland is near Star Creek's confluence with the river.
    • Snitching Carp below the Falls 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-17)
      "Snitching" Carp below the Cumberland Falls is fine sport during late May and early June, at which time the water fairly boils with what natives have termed "Bugle-mouth bass."
    • Up the Rapids! 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-17)
    • "Wall-eye Pike" Heaven 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-17)
      "Wall-eye Pike" Heaven, this spot on the Cumberland River 10 miles below the falls might be called, for want of a more appropriate handle.