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Maryland Weekly Fishing Report Overview

September 21, 2016

At the very top of the bay water temperatures near the Susquehanna Flats area are still around 79° this week. One of the contributing factors is that very little water is coming through the Conowingo Dam. Recent rain may change that and help water temperature fall to a more comfortable level for striped bass. There is a limited amount of topwater action early in the mornings but legal-sized striped bass are hard to come by. Lane Miller is very happy with this nice striped bass he caught on a topwater lure near Battery Island.

Ken Penrod’s
Life Outdoors Unlimited Fishing Report

TIDAL POTOMAC RIVER: **1/2; <80; bacteria warning; much loose grass.

Finally some relief from the heat that has been aiding algae and bacteria growth throughout the system. A water-contact event was cancelled in the DC area due to "unhealthy" conditions.

Anna Point Marina September 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

September 23, 2016

OVERVIEW - Throughout the state, the lower temperatures will accomplish three things: lower the water temperatures, cause the fish to head to the backs of the creeks, chasing baitfish, and make the fish much more aggressive in feeding.

POTOMAC RIVER - D.C. - Above Key Bridge, fish the Virginia shoreline for good numbers of smallmouth and largemouth bass, and the coves for schools of crappie.

Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star

FISHING REPORT September 21, 2016

RAPPAHANNOCK RIVER: Chris Hicks reports fishing is still a challenge, with summer-like weather and fall patterns. Big catfish (50–60 pounds) are still available at night, but an abundance of shad and herring in the water near Tappahannock has hampered bass fishing. This weekend’s expected cooler weather should help.

Local Fishing Report by the Green Top Professionals September 22, 2016

SaltwaterThe White Marlin and Dolphin action remains red hot! Blue Marlin are also being boated , along with Yellowfin, and Wahoo. The Wahoo bite tends to improve in Oct. Deep dropping for Blueline  and Golden Tilefish is good right now also.

FreshwaterThe upper James came up slightly, making the current elevation at 4.18′ @ the Richmond Westham gauge. This has put a slight stain to the water, which typically improves the fishing. Faster,larger baits, can be employed with success.

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Fishing on the Potomac: It's cool

By Steve_Chaconas September 25, 2016 9:26 AM

Water temperatures are dropping. Grass is disappearing. Let's get cranking. 

Look for water temperature to get down to 70. NBC Ch. 4 meteorologist "Weather Kim" Martucci says, “Highs only in the low to mid 70s this week with overnight lows in the upper 50s to low 60s. A mix of clouds and sun.”

Target grass remnants and areas with wood cover. With clouds and chop on the water, try Mann’s Classic spinnerbaits, 1/4 ounce at low tide and 3/8 at high tides. White skirts and gold blades.

National Bass Guide Service

Fishing Reports and Tides

September Fishing Forecast for Potomac

Chickahominy Lake Fishing Report – September 12, 2016

Posted on September 12, 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 low to mid 80’s in the lower main lake on Saturday (9/10/2016). The lake level was about even with the top of the dam. The water was light 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 September 7, 2016

Fishing was tough in the salt this week due to the near-miss storm which caused flood tides and left messy conditions as well as horrible winds over the weekend. However, freshwater fishing was not too bad.

Rappahannock River

Ken’s Tackle in Spotsylvania reported that anglers had a bit of a tough week. Some anglers did manage some catfish but even that was slow. Most were eating size and a few larger fish were caught.


Fishing forecast |In fall, redfish are abundant


By Lee Tolliver
The Virginian-Pilot

While fall means many things to many people, most in the angling community turn to a couple of species dear to their hearts.

Fall officially begins at 10:21 a.m. today.

Kerr/Buggs Lake Information

Weekly Sportfishing Rundown

Dr. Julie Ball
Fishing Report

16 September 2016

Fall fishing is very good when anglers get out on the water, but some intermittent blustery conditions are expected this week in the form of a cold front. Right now, most anglers are heading offshore to partake in the good bluewater billfish bite.

Inshore, cobia are still providing good action for catch and release anglers, but not for much longer. Look for fish in pods on the surface heading south, or lingering on bridge pilings and navigational buoys providing easy marks with eels or jigs.

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