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#1 Sep-30-19 2:08PM

Ernie
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From: Ashburn VA
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9-30-19, Weems Creek

Bob and I met up at the end of Tucker St. in Annapolis so we could splash our yaks in search of some Moby perch.

It was an overcast morning, around 72df when we put in.

https://i.imgur.com/c6WYurk.jpg

Our plan was to work our way to the mouth of the creek and then head up river to Martin's Pond. We both caught fish on the way as we stopped at almost every fishy looking place.

I was just to make the corner turn when Bob came back and said the wind was too pushy. We could certainly make it to the pond (@ 2 miles) but the way back would have been a little sporty.

Yes, an EAST wind was in play.

So, we stayed in Weems and caught fish...many fish!

https://i.imgur.com/NKGtBnz.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/hbWCRDX.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/sDpuqjF.jpg

Bob had a great day. He caught many perch. His two biggest were 10.5" and 11.75" but they did not help him move up in the SRRKC tourney.

He also caught a couple of stripers with the biggest just short of legal. As well, he caught a total of 8 pickles up to 17" and a little spot.

Interestingly, all I caught were perch. A bunch of them but I could not stretch any to 10".

We caught perch almost everywhere we threw a lure. Sometimes 1 or 2 fish but sometimes 8-12 perch (in 4-5 different holes).

Around 10a, the wind died down and we contemplated heading to Martin's. I decided to wait a few minutes before agreeing and the wind picked back up. Thirty minutes later, it was virtually dead calm.

We never headed to Martin's and just stayed in Weems for the rest of our time.

I think we got off the water around 12:30p.

We did get sprinkled on but not enough to get us wet.

Usually, the end of September marks the end of shallow water perch fishing but i think they will  be here for a bit, at least until a strong cold front move sin.


Time to go fishin' again!

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#2 Sep-30-19 3:34PM

drxfish
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From: Sterling
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Re: 9-30-19, Weems Creek

Very nice!  Congrats!!


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#3 Sep-30-19 4:40PM

Junger
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From: Potomac, MD
Registered: Aug-14-17
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Re: 9-30-19, Weems Creek

Nice, no whisker fish too!

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#4 Sep-30-19 4:57PM

Ernie
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Re: 9-30-19, Weems Creek

Junger wrote:

Nice, no whisker fish too!

Yep...Bob was happy about that. Yet he likes the slimy (and stinky) pickles!


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#5 Oct-01-19 3:18AM

Curly
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Registered: Mar-15-10
Posts: 5005

Re: 9-30-19, Weems Creek

Nice!

Ernie wrote:

Usually, the end of September marks the end of shallow water perch fishing but i think they will  be here for a bit, at least until a strong cold front moves in.

That will happen late Thursday/early Friday............. sad


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#6 Oct-02-19 8:37PM

Osprey
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From: Forestville, MD
Registered: Nov-16-07
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Re: 9-30-19, Weems Creek

Happy to report,,, the results are in, and I had enough to cover both divisions. The 3 12" perch I got on Aug. 3rd held up through the end. Attended my first SRRKC meeting and walked out with all the loot. What's next?

Oh, and the pickerel stink, ask Ernie


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#7 Oct-03-19 6:40AM

Ernie
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Re: 9-30-19, Weems Creek

Is there a tourney sheet somewhere? Did I even place?


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#8 Oct-03-19 7:25AM

drxfish
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From: Sterling
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Re: 9-30-19, Weems Creek

Congratulations, Bob!!


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#9 Oct-03-19 11:11AM

Osprey
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From: Forestville, MD
Registered: Nov-16-07
Posts: 1072
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Re: 9-30-19, Weems Creek

Ernie wrote:

Is there a tourney sheet somewhere? Did I even place?

Rodney says he still plans on posting a leader board as soon as his computer guy can get the software to run. I texted him to see if I should show up at the meeting,  and after he looked through the FB posts, he texted back confirming I had both prizes.


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#10 Oct-03-19 2:18PM

Ernie
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Re: 9-30-19, Weems Creek

Now, you can reinvest your winnings!

B.O.A.T.


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#11 Oct-04-19 6:06AM

Osprey
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From: Forestville, MD
Registered: Nov-16-07
Posts: 1072
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Re: 9-30-19, Weems Creek

Ernie wrote:

Now, you can reinvest your winnings!

B.O.A.T.

Almost enough to cover the deductible


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