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#1 Nov-06-17 10:52AM

captmikestarrett
Patagonian Toothfish
From: Potomac River
Registered: May-06-08
Posts: 1829
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Nov 5th Report

7AM,  drizzly, foggy, chilly launch and run for I#1 customers again today.

The first set of three pictures are the marks we found with each time the fishing slowed.  We would only move about 30 feet and I just couldn't run any place else looking at those marks.  The fishing would be steady and then the bite would slow. We'd move and it was on again then,  off slow.  This was Capt Mike's big fish water yesterday,  all eaters today.

We decided to get some different scenery.  We made another run.  The third three sets of pictures are the marks we found there.  Fishing was hot for a while and then slowed.  1PM and the big fish just weren't there.  We were damp,  cold and done.
http://www.indianheadcharters.com/17/141.jpg
http://www.indianheadcharters.com/17/142.jpg
http://www.indianheadcharters.com/17/143.jpg


And
http://www.indianheadcharters.com/17/138.jpg
http://www.indianheadcharters.com/17/139.jpg
http://www.indianheadcharters.com/17/140.jpg

Capt Dave


Light Tackle Fishing Guide on the Potomac

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#2 Nov-06-17 2:05PM

Ernie
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From: Ashburn VA
Registered: Feb-03-06
Posts: 13087

Re: Nov 5th Report

I'm done just thinking about "damp and cold"!

Any stripers in the mix?


Time to go fishin' again!

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#3 Nov-07-17 4:29AM

dave
Northern Snakehead
Registered: Oct-13-09
Posts: 143

Re: Nov 5th Report

None caught,  two days,  three trips.

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