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June 15, 2018 - Mixed Rivers Report; by Fish Talk
Topic Started: Jun 16 2018, 10:13 AM (6 Views)
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Blue catfish are also back in action particularly in the Potomac and the James, and FishTalk team member Zach Ditmars reported that catfish saved the day from being a skunk recently after a slow snakehead bite at Mattawoman. He says there were four snake-like blow-ups on frogs, but zero hook-ups. Meanwhile the northern ponds of Maryland have been stellar, with plenty of bluegill and largemouth action to go around. Topwater lures are achieving steady action, so keep that in your tackle box at all times for this time of year.

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