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Some really nice Bass are starting to be caught and on Artificials now too....

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Greg Liebig's 42lb Bass Released after being caught on Cut Herring and a Circle Hook...

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Justin Deinlein's 31" Bass caught Trolling a Chartreuse Umbrella Rig.


Another Chessy Bass caught on a 6" Bunker Storm Lure.

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Even The Shore Based Fishermen are getting in on the action picking up Bass.Art Bennett caught and released this Bass while fishing for Croakers with Bloodworms...
 

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Originally posted by TWIN D'S:
Hey Steve, is that the guys real name, Liebig? :D
Yep, I didn't even pick that up... :D
I guess he hears that all the time,especially if he releases the Big One's.Bring a Friend and
Camera Kind Of Guy Now It Looks Like....
 

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Some More Catches,,,
Upper Bay

Kurt Freund Bass on the Flats...

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Eddy Moore 51"/47lb Bass Caught on a Big Chartreuse Parachute in 70 ft of water.

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Nicholas Gruendl with 46.5"/39lb Bass
 

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The one guy released the bass cause he was fishin for croakers :eek:
Oh well, to each his own
 

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Originally posted by jc:
where did you get this map its great
JC,
I picked it up off the Maryland Dept.of Natural Rsources Website...
Cool Huh ?
 

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Originally posted by jc:
you oughta try the yak from the flats gotta pick your days but its cool!
Sounds Like Something To Put On The "TO DUE" List..
 

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I have a small hummingbird Fish Finder. You can put in a perryville state park and you go directly in front of the VA Hospital where all the Topwater action is when there is any. Need to go off about a mile but once your there the water is about 2 - 3 ft deep.
 

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Originally posted by jc:
By the way I would not recommend bringing a boat unless you know the water well. You could find yourself on a sand bar for a long time(months). Perfect for the kayak
Thanks Much JC for that Info...
 

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who needs a fighting harness for stripers what a sissy.
 

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Action Is Still Impressive Down South,,
Here are some of the latest Top Catches..






 

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JC - the Maryland DNR webpage that has those maps also provides very detailed fishing reports each week. A guy named Angel Bolinger keeps it updated and if you have questions about where to go you can e-mail him and he will get back to you. He has for me in the past.

Clamchucker - you have obviously never have been trolling for bass on the chessy before. It's productive but it is the most boring way to fish and catch bass. Just reeling in the umbrella rigs will tire you out. And when a fish hits you do not stop the boat because all the other lines will tangle. therefore you muscle the fish in while running. Can't even feel it fight...sucks in my opinion. Better to go a little later when chunking is more productive.

If you go make sure to check the regs because when and where you are makes a difference. Bay proper vs rivers and tribs., etc...
 

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Some More Chessy Bass Caught Over The Last Few Days....







I love the face on this little one - priceless.
 
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