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Old September 25th, 2017, 02:42 PM #261
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Great time on the boat Saturday afternoon with Captain Chris and Al. Our present to our son on his 16th birthday was this trip with some buddies. Chris worked hard to get us some fish and when they start hitting they didn't stop. Almost got to the limit too soon.

Chris also took us to the buoy marking the spot where Key was when he saw the bombardment of Fort McHenry. Very happy to have the history lesson for the boys. Thanks Chris! We'll definitely be back.
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Great time on the boat Saturday afternoon with Captain Chris and Al. Our present to our son on his 16th birthday was this trip with some buddies. Chris worked hard to get us some fish and when they start hitting they didn't stop. Almost got to the limit too soon.

Chris also took us to the buoy marking the spot where Key was when he saw the bombardment of Fort McHenry. Very happy to have the history lesson for the boys. Thanks Chris! We'll definitely be back.

Thanks for fishing with us!
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Old September 25th, 2017, 05:47 PM #263
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Good afternoon bite going on right now.
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Nice! I need to get out another evening soon! We went out Sunday morning for a half day and chased birds in the upper bay. We had a blast, all spinning tackle and mostly chasing the fish chasing the bait schools that birds were working. Caught a bunch of bluefish (which we were actually kind of targeting that day), a trout, a nice sized spanny mak and tons of small stripers. We had one that was close, but no keeper stripers. We did live line some the weekend before, our best was 29".

I may head out in the morning on Thursday with a buddy to target stripers up in the rivers off Eastern Bay. We did really well there last fall when the big fish moved up into the rivers, but we both think that they may already be up in there somewhat, so we're gonna go cast in the shallows and see what we can find, then head out in the afternoon to setup a couple of climbers and try to stick a Sika deer.
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Old October 6th, 2017, 06:58 PM #265
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Old October 6th, 2017, 07:11 PM #266
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Old October 6th, 2017, 11:53 PM #267
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I like catching the ones in the bottom pictures. A lot less trouble to deal with.
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Old October 16th, 2017, 11:49 AM #268
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I'm not sure if many of you bass fish like I do but right now the bite is hot! I have a hard time deciding between hunting and fishing this time of the year but Saturday I went to Rocky Gorge and tore them up from my new kayak. Here's the best.


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^ good for you.
You've put your time in there this year.
Show off the new yak.
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Old October 16th, 2017, 12:16 PM #270
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^ good for you.
You've put your time in there this year.
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Thank you. I certainly have, and it's treated me better than ever. I'll take some better pics of it when I get home.


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I picked up a decent smallmouth on the Potomac this weekend but not as nice as the one I grabbed last month. He jumped out of the water three times; I'm not sure who was more excited the fish or me.
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Just caught a 4lbs at lake artemesia college park the other day...

It was a PIG compare to the dinks there
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Old October 16th, 2017, 05:47 PM #273
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thats a nice smallie pb, if the rain cooperates ill be hitting the susky for some fat fall smallies. I thought I had a picture of the yak all rigged up at the ramp but I must not of saved it. Its a 12' 8" sit on top designed for standing. Multi height swivel seat, multiple compartments that ill have to trick out, i run a lowrance hook 5 with the transducer off the side of a scotty transducer arm, milkcrate with 6 pvc rod holders, paddle clips, anchor trolley. I just got it last week but ill be sure to get some rigged pics this weekend!
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