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Anna Point Marina Angler Appreciation Tournament

What a day!!!!! 107 boats braved the weather man's forecast and it turned out to be a pretty nice day on the water. The last couple of hours was a little wet and the tail end of weigh in was cold, wet and windy. But all in all, a very good day.

Thank you to all that participated in this years event. Special thank you to all of the sponsors that make this event possible.
I will get the full field run down posted later in the week.

A HUGE thank to everyone that purchased tickets for this year's Fund Raiser Raffle. I am very blessed to be surrounded by folks like yourself. We were able to raise $2349 for this year's family. THANK YOU...... THANK YOU..... THANK YOU!!!!!

I will be getting in touch with the winners that were not present today so you can make arrangements to come and pick up your prizes.

CONGRATULATIONS to Mark Lux and Nate Keller on their victory today!!!! You earned every ounce and are very deserving of your "W" today!!

Thank you to Dubby Carr for returning again this year as the Presenting Sponsor! Your generosity does not go un-noticed!!

If anyone took pictures today while on the water, around Fish Tales at weigh in or while waiting for blast off, would you please send them to me in a message so I can make sure they get posted. Thank you!

Larry Martin shared Fish Tales's post.

Sunday Morning Bass Series
Fall Classic
51 Boats
100% Payback

Fish Tales added 4 new photos.

Sunday Morning Bass Series
Fall Classic
51 Boats
100% Payback

Thank You to everyone that participated in the 2017 Sunday Morning Bass Series.

1st- PJ Cox/Matt Seale 17.66 Pounds
2nd- Preston Cox/Larry Wollersheim 16.56 Pounds
3rd- Bill Deeds 16.14 Pounds
4th- Tim Garner/Martin Villa 13.75 Pounds
5th- Lewis Williams 13.74 Pounds
6th- James Maupin 13.34 Pounds
7th- Mike Perkins/Jeff Gibson 12.20 Pounds
8th- Wayne Snow/George Herring 12.03 Pounds
9th- Phil Harris/Sonny Gleason 11.97 Pounds
10th- Matt Martin/Josh Hall 11.72 Pounds
11th- Shannon Spradlin/Lindsay Spradlin 11.65 Pounds
12th- Wayne Holder/Mike Wagner 10.93 Pounds
13th- Dubby Carr/Eric Kunz 10.48 Pounds
14th- John Doyle/Taylor McCann 10.02 Pounds
15th- Jonathan Mullins/JOsh Mullins 9.75 Pounds
16th- Rick Chenoweth/Pat Kendrick 9.26 Pounds
17th- Steve Hart/Turner Hart 8.94 Pounds
Big Fish- PJ Cox/Matt Seale 7.44 Pounds



Fishing Reports

VDGIF Outdoor Report

Maryland Weekly Fishing Report 11/22/2017

November 15, 2017

Weekly Fishing Report: Early Winter Fishing 11/19/17

Steve Chaconas National Bass Guide Service

Includes November outlook

Stock up on Silver Buddy blade baits now, in play until March. Fish are still willing to chase slow moving baits creating a lot of vibration.

Water has cooled to around 47. A dry week ahead with upper 50s to start before cooling to around 50 going into the weekend. Overnight lows start in the 40s slipping to the mid 30s.

Hard cover and milfoil are targets. Fish are moving toward areas close to deeper water. Flat sided, tight wiggle crankbaits like the Lucky Craft KJ Flat can create a lot of vibration with very little movement.

FISHING REPORT By Charlie Taylor November 17, 2017

November 17, 2017

OVERVIEW - Anglers should be aware that it is much colder on the water than the temperature would indicate. Please dress for the weather. Many layers of warm clothing with a windbreaking outer shell is best. Also remember to leave a float plan....where you are going, when you expect to get back and take along a working cell phone.

POTOMAC RIVER - D.C. - Fish may be caught throughout the city. Bass will take small grubs, plastic worms, jig 'n pig, jigging spoons and small crankbaits. Most are holding on banks where the bottom drops from very shallow to 10-15 feet.

Anna Point Marina November Outlook

Updated 11-16-2017



Squarebill crankbaits, Rat L Traps, Dave's Tournament Tackle Tiger Shad Spinnerbaits, Damiki MTB Noisy Buzzbait, Poppers, Walking baits, Whopper Ploppers and my favorite, Double D CC Twitchin' Shad Soft Jerkbaits.

As always, Shakey Heads (check out SG's Heavy Metal Shakey Heads), Drop Shots and Jigs will also catch their fair share of fish. Start looking in the back third of all major creeks throughout the lake.


Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star

Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals Nov 16

Saltwater-Rockfish action is getting better with each day it seems. Reports are coming from more places and bigger fish are being caught. Inside the James, Rappahannock, York, and Piankatank rivers is where many keeper fish are being caught. Structures at the mouths of some of these rivers are providing jigging opportunities, as the fish are holding close to the bottom/structure.

Freshwater- The Smallmouth bite is increasing in the Tidal Rappahannock and the upper James. However the upper James is not tidal, and is low and clear. Overcast days are typically better, but the water temps are becoming ideal for consistent results. Spinnerbaits,  crawfish crankbaits,  and jigs are what many prefer to throw this time of year.

Chickahominy Lake Fishing Report – November 22, 2017

Posted on November 22, 2017 by Capt. Art

Capt. Art Conway of Conway’s River Rat Guide Service (804-514-1486) out of
Ed Allen’s Boats and Bait reported that Chickahominy Lake mid-day water
temperatures were in the high 40’s to about 50 in the main lake and in the
major creeks on Wednesday (11/22/2017). The lake level was slightly below
the top of the dam. The water was light to medium brown and clear in the
central lower lake, with more murky water along some downwind shorelines.

Fishing Forecast | Even in winter, there are fish to catch

The Virginian-Pilot

By Lee Tolliver
November 22
, 2017

It’s that time of year again, when the Fishing Forecast goes to bed for a few months, as a declining number of species make anglers focus their attention on just a few of our cold-weather favorites. But that’s the wonderful thing about the fisheries around southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina — there’s always something to go fishing for.

Jim Hemby Striper Guide Lake Anna Daily Journal

Potomac River Fishing Report FB Page

Weekly Sportfishing Rundown Dr. Julie Ball

28 October 2017

We are now well into the fall fishing season, with plenty of good opportunities for anglers in most any venue along the Mid-Atlantic.

The speckled trout scene continues to develop, and the size of the fish continue to grow. Most backwater locations are hosting responsive and respectable fish, with jigs, plastics and Mirrolures attracting plenty of strikes. Rudee, Little Creek, and Lynnhaven Inlets, as well as the Poquoson flats are productive speck areas this week, presenting a surprisingly nice class of trout.

Kerr/Buggs Lake Information

The Boathouse at Fletchers Cove

What's Happening at Fletcher's Boathouse

Fishing Report

FishermansPost – Hatteras – Ocracoke Outerbanks fishing reports & information

West Virginia Stream Conditions

Weekly Fishing Report -- Updated every Wednesday afternoon

132 Boat Ramps and
Access Points!


Jan. 27: Fredericksburg Eagles fishing flea market. 8 a.m.–2 p.m. 21 Cool Spring Road. 10x12-foot vendor space with two tables available for $35. Admission $3. Children under age 12, free. For details, e-mail DWL629@gmail.com or call 540/287-0731. Proceeds will benefit the Fairy Godmother Project.


Crankbait Fishing Oversights That Will Cost You Fish

What Happens When You Hold a Bass?

Fall Trout Stocking: Oct. 25 Maryland Department of Natural Resources

Anderson Media becomes majority owner of B.A.S.S.

The Outdoor Report VDGIF

Larry Martin shared Veterans Day Fishing tournament's post.

Veterans Day Fishing tournament

1..…Preston Cox & P.J. Cox…………..….........18.45…$715
2..…Matt Martin & Josh Hall……...................…16.18…$580

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Anna Point Marina Angler Appreciation Tournament

Good Morning everyone.
Here is the top 15 places paid back and big fish pots from Sunday's event. I will get the full field rundown finished up asap.

2017 Angler Appreciation Tournament Results
107 Boats

1- Mark Lux/Nate Keller 16.56 $3200
2- Billy Slawson/Chase Blase 16.16 $1700
3- Larry Martin/Lee Martin 15.53 $1100
4- Michael Wilburn/Jason Howdershelt 15.32 $900
5- Matt Conners/Victor Dillard 15.13 $630
6- Scott Conners/Troy Perry 14.53 $500
7- Ron Ellis/Rick Munger 13.37 $400
8- Shawn Thrall/David Blount 12.99 $300
9- Glen Vico/Wayne Dorman 12.97 250
10- Eric Johnson/Nathan Sullivan 12.80 $200
11- Sonny Gleason/John Robinson 12.07 $190
12- Chris Craft/Scott Taylor 11.72 $180
13- Bill Deeds 11.52 $160
14- Bobby Fincham/Doug Grubbs 11.30 $150
15- Scott Armstrong/Edith Reed 11.15 $140

Big Fish
1st- Billy Slawson/Chase Blase 6.01 $1070 ($10 from each entry)
2nd- Larry Martin/Lee Martin 5.88 $200 (Atkinson Towing & Recovery Donation)
3rd- Ron Ellis/Rick Munger 5.55 $200 (Precision Auto Body & Repair Donation)

Fish Tales


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I hope these reports are helpful.

Tight Lines to you all.


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