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#1 Nov-27-11 4:09AM

Patagonian Toothfish
From: Potomac River
Registered: May-06-08
Posts: 1831

A year in review

Today could possibly and most likely will be the last day of 2011 for fishing.  This day arrives a little later than most years as the fall weather has been kind. As I look back, I have many epic trips to replay in my minds eye. So I will start in the beginning. March was great for crappie.
Catfish got there feed bucket on quick and then got into the spawn a full month early making some tough trips in late May.
LGmouth went ballistic in June thru August on the sub-surface frog bite.
The new game fish named Potomac Pike accounted for 18 of my catch this year. First ever caught on a fly and biggest at 31 inches also graced my boat.
Bowfin did a good job this year and provided some fantastic fishing.
Did a couple of shark trips and got a bunch of reds instead.
Even managed a quick trip out of OC for tuna.
Got into some nice speckled trout this year as well.
Then a week in Nags Head with surf and sand each morning.
Catfish are still biting right now as I cover my boat.
The new year is packed with fishing shows and flea markets so I will keep busy.
A nice sunrise to enjoy.

2012 will see great/epic trips I am sure.

Capt Mike

Light Tackle Fishing Guide on the Potomac



#2 Nov-27-11 5:38AM

From: Ashburn VA
Registered: Feb-03-06
Posts: 13093

Re: A year in review

Very nice!

For me, 2012= PP on a fly!!

Time to go fishin' again!



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