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#1 Apr-14-18 8:09AM

Northern Snakehead
From: Potomac, MD
Registered: Aug-14-17
Posts: 407

Lake Whetstone

Had a chance to get out for a couple hours before the kids' soccer games this morning...still waiting for my DNR boat numbers and MD trailer tag before I can take out the Fishing Machine.

Walked along the path to the right of the boathouse and on the third stop, picked up 2 in the same general area. First one was heavy, not long but heavy so I'm guessing it was a female with eggs. Second one was a very small dink. Both caught on a Keitech green pumpkin 4.3", on a new hook I just picked up, Trokar Swim Blade. I really like this swim bait hook, the gap is large, like the Owner Beasts, and the blade turns at slow speeds very nicely. Both fish were still a little cold, no signs of bluegill yet either.

There's a very shallow area to the east side of the pond, lots of carp activity, saw 4-5 jumps and 2 huge monster shadows moving the flat. I might go after them one day.

Last edited by Junger (Apr-14-18 8:10AM)



#2 Apr-14-18 8:29AM

From: Ashburn VA
Registered: Feb-03-06
Posts: 13117

Re: Lake Whetstone

Fishing through you guys! Nicely done. Thanks for posting.

Donít be surprised to get a call from Khahn re: those carp.

Time to go fishin' again!



#3 Apr-14-18 3:32PM

Patagonian Toothfish
From: Sterling
Registered: Jan-04-14
Posts: 1513

Re: Lake Whetstone

Nice catch!

Always wishin' I was fishin'



#4 Apr-16-18 6:18AM

Patagonian Toothfish
From: Ashburn, VA
Registered: May-23-13
Posts: 1522

Re: Lake Whetstone

Nice report! I haven't been to that lake since I was a kid.

Go after the carp! They're a lot of fun! And if they're common carp they should be easier to catch that the grass carp we have here in the Ashburn lakes.

Last edited by firemunkee (Apr-16-18 6:19AM)

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