FRESH WATER BITE SEPTEMBER 2018
In Maryland's preparation for rains from hurricane Florence, local reservoirs and dams lowered the water. The bite was on, from the top of the dam to the bottom. It was a forty fish kind of day. Back to back hook ups, almost a non stop bite. Landing many species. Crappie, bluegill, yellow perch, bass, and pickerel. All fish were caught on artificials. We had a productive early morning, and evening bite.
Lures to Use For Panfish:
1/16 Jig head - curly tail grub
Storm wild eye minnow - curly tail / paddle
Shad dart tip with live minnow
With fall approaching and winter right around the corner, these next few weeks are prime time to get out there and fish. It's the perfect time to fill your freezers with tasty fillets. Quick tip - When storing fish it is important to freeze in appropriate amounts. Freezing enough proportions for you and your family per bag. This will eliminate waste when thawing later.
Make sure you are aware of all size restrictions, limits, etc.. of any species you are targeting.
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