Vabassn' links to local fishing reports

This free script provided by
JavaScript Kit


Edited By: Hardrok


VDGIF Outdoor Report

VDGIF Trout Stocking Schedule

Trout Stocking in Maryland

Fredericksburg Free-Lance Star Outdoor Calendar

Hunting / Fishing Licenses & Permits VDGIF


Green Top Hunt & Fish



Reel American Heroes Foundation

Anna Point Marina

CCBASSN Guide Service

Fishing Reports

Maryland Weekly Fishing Report Overview

October 19, 2016

October is a favorite month for sportsman as temperatures moderate and most of summer seems to be behind and there is a taste of fall in the air. It is an exciting time for fishermen as both freshwater and saltwater fish species shift to an active fall feeding pattern.

At the very top of the bay near the mouth of the Susquehanna and Elk Rivers striped bass in a mix of sizes are being caught this week. Small 12" to 14" fish tend to be following bait and are usually marked by diving birds.

Ken Penrod’s
Life Outdoors Unlimited Fishing Report

For Week Ending October 16, 2016

Anna Point Marina October Outlook

BASS-  September is TRANSITION TIME here on the lake. In the early part of the month the fish will spend the majority of their time in deep water. As the month goes on and the water temps start to cool off, they will start making a move towards the backs of creeks following baitfish. 

FISHING REPORT By Charlie Taylor

October 21, 2016

POTOMAC RIVER - D.C. - Smallmouth and largemouth bass are hungry and taking live bait, fished along the Virginia shoreline, from Key Bridge to Chain Bridge. A few walleye are being taken from the upstream point of Three Sisters Islands, drifting nightcrawlers and live minnows across the bottom. Downstream, bass are orienting around bridge pilings and on dropoffs throughout the city. Washington Channel, Blue Plains, The Spoils and Washington Sailing Marina are the more productive areas. Plastic grubs, crankbaits, jig 'n pig and live bait are the most productive baits.

Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star

FISHING REPORT September 28, 2016

RAPPAHANNOCK RIVER: Chris Hicks reports the cooler weather has made smaller fish more active, and catfish and bass fishing has picked up. Baitfish are moving downriver closer to Fredericksburg. Hicks is hosting a bass tournament this weekend.

Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals October 21

SaltwaterAnglers have returned to the fishing grounds, and the bite has been good! Offshore fishing has improved for Yellowfin Tuna,Wahoo, and the Dolphin bite is still strong. Deep dropping for Tilefish is productive when conditions offer the chance, and even during the difficult times, if the will is strong enough. Inside the bay, big Red Drum are still providing action at the bay bridge-tunnel and lower bay reefs.

FreshwaterThe upper James is currently 4.21′ at the Richmond Westham gauge. Cooling temps are increasing the topwater bite. But with the low levels, longer casts become more important. Smaller profile baits fished along the bottom are generally more consistent. Sometimes, cold fronts can actually improve the shallow bite.

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!

VDGIF Outdoor Report

FLW Outdoors

BASSMASTERFishing/Tournament News

National Weather Service Forecast Lake Anna Area

 Washington DC, Reagan National Airport (KDCA

> Tide Tables & Charts > Potomac River > Washington D.C. Tides


Fishing on the Potomac: Great fishing weather

October 16, 2016 2:35 PM

By Steve_Chaconas

Cool nights have brought water temperatures down and grass is really receding. This is creating many fishing opportunities and setting up a solid crankbait bite.

Water is in the low to mid 60s. Dying and dead grass is being blown and washed down river to open up fishing spots. NBC Ch. 4 meteorologist "Weather Kim" Martucci says, “Near 80 all week with mostly sunny skies. Lows overnight in the low 60s. Chance of rain on Friday as temperatures slip into the 70s and into the mid 60s.”

National Bass Guide Service

Fishing Reports and Tides

September Fishing Forecast for Potomac

Chickahominy Lake Fishing Report – October 19, 2016

Posted on October 19, 2016 by Capt. Art

Capt. Art Conway of Conway’s River Rat Guide Service (804-746-2475) out of Ed Allen’s Boats and Bait reported that Chickahominy Lake mid-day water temperatures were in the mid 60’s to low 70’s in the lower main lake on Wednesday (10/19/2016). The lake level was about three inches above the top of the dam. The water was dark brown and slightly cloudy in the central lower lake, with more murky water on downwind shorelines and in some creeks.

Journal Press

Outdoors Report for October 5, 2016

Due to the intense rain and flooding of local waters, there is no fishing report this week. Fishing reports will resume next week. However, we have a few reminders for hunters.

Important Outdoor Reminders

Archery season for turkey and deer began this past Saturday. There are a few things that should be carefully considered by hunters and landowners regarding hunting.

Sunday Hunting ….....


Fishing forecast: Catch a fly fishing legend this


By Lee Tolliver
The Virginian-Pilot

FLY-FISHING LEGEND Lefty Kreh will make a special appearance at Saturday’s seventh annual Waterways Heritage Festival. Kreh, 91, has been one of the best-known fly casters, teachers and outdoors writers in the world for more than 50 years. After being awarded the first Boy Scouts fly-fishing merit badge, Kreh went on to teach the nuances of fly-fishing to presidents, entertainers and anybody else privileged enough to get the opportunity to be coached by him.

Kerr/Buggs Lake Information

Weekly Sportfishing Rundown

Dr. Julie Ball
Fishing Report

14 October 2016

Hurricane? What hurricane? Oh, THIS hurricane! Anglers are used to observing the weather closely, so we are well aware of the repercussions of a missed forecast. But when the impact of a major hurricane is downplayed, what a mess!

The extreme winds and historic flooding that hit our area can change fishing patterns considerably, so watch for fall patterns to return slowly.

Until the waters settle out, much of the best action will continue to come from the shallows and protected inlets. Although the speckled trout action is lagging,

If you would like to help us keep others up dated on fishing/hunting reports, comment on page or just like to post pictures of your catch or hunting success – send your message/pictures to All info will be reviewed prior to posting.