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May 11, 2018 - Mixed; by Charlie Taylor
Topic Started: May 11 2018, 08:59 AM (2 Views)
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Reported by Charlie Taylor at Charlie Taylor Fishing

Bass action in the tidal section of the river is slow. Some fish are being taken from blowdowns on the southern shoreline, on plastic worms and shad colored crankbaits. Blue catfish are still being caught in the tidal section. Cut bait, fished on the bottom, in the outside river channel bends, is responsible for some giants. Above the city, smallmouth bass fishing was fair until the rains came. Yellow perch, catfish and sunfish are taking small spinnerbaits, crankbaits and plastic grubs. Below the Route 301 Bridge, lots of bass are being taken from the tidal feeder creeks. Fish the outside bends of the creek channels, points and dropoffs. Small crankbaits, spinnerbaits and plastics are the ticket.

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