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Posted on June 20, 2014 | Permalink

St. Leonards Creek Mix

Type: Tidal
Region: Southern
Location: St. Leonards Creek

I went out Tuesday looking for perch and rockfish but ended up with some nice channel cats and some perchs. I caught 6 catfish the biggest 23 inches and a lot of perch even though most were small but some were 9-10 inches and 1 baby rockfish that was 10 inches. Everything was on a gold rattletrap. All in all it was a good day.

Tags: Channel Catfish, Striped Bass, White Perch

Posted on June 18, 2014 | Permalink

Kayak Fishing

Type: Tidal
Region: Southern
Location: St. Leonard Creek

A couple days ago I went kayak fishing in St. Leonard Creek, it was slow, I caught a few small perch and 1 channel and 1 Blue Catfish nothing big but it was good to get out.

Tags: Channel Catfish, Blue Catfish, White Perch

Posted on January 31, 2014 | Permalink

Big Blue Cats

Type: Tidal
Region: Southern
Location: Potomac River near Fort Washington

My dad and I went cat fishing the Sunday before Martin Luther King Day. The fishing was slow but we eeked out 14 fish in 8 hours, the biggest being 38 pounds.We were using mud shad and bunker as bait. It was not a bad day at all just a little slow.

Tags: Blue Catfish, Invasive

Posted on August 29, 2013 | Permalink

NEW REPORT

Succesful Speckled Trout Fishing

Type: Chesapeake
Region: Lower Bay
Location: Holland and Spring Island

On July 26 we went speckled trout fishing with Captain Walleye Pete it was calling to be windy. So we left at about 8:30 am we ran across the bay, we fished around Holland and Spring Island when we got there the bite was on. Almost immidiatly we started catching fish. At about 1 pm we started moving from the spot we were at and the fish were slowing down, we fished about 6 more hours and at the end of the day we had about 40 big specs, 2 rockfish and a mess of croaker so it was a great day on the bay.

Tags: Speckled Seatrout, Spotted Seatrout, Striped Bass, Atlatntic Croaker

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