Re: A Little Bit (MD Fishing)
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Posted by jeff g on August 20, 1997 at 09:10:54:
In Reply to: Re: A Little Bit (MD Fishing) posted by MJ Smith on August 20, 1997 at 07:38:20:
Tridelphia>>> Huge stripers actually live in that lake!
Sometimes they come out of the lake over the dam and you can see them swimming around
The Gunpowder usually does drop in the summer. But it remains a very good fishery.
Try and catch the Sulpher Hatch their next spring!
But the Savage River should be having its Caddis Hatches by now.
And if you catch it right, it can be a blanket hatch. If you go to the
Savage, nymphs such as a Bead-Head brassies work extremely well. Also
the old standard Hares Ear.
Muddlers towards the evening also are great for some of the browns that reside their.
On the North Branch of the Potomac, well the upper section actually has
golden stoneflies, and they either hatched earlier this month or will be hatching as
we speak. Talking size 6-12 nymphs, and the Bows just nail them
The Lower section of the North Branch has some very good scud/sow bug action, and you cannot
beat an olive bugger thru some of the deeper holes. Also Yellow Humpies and Stimulators
work really good on the lower section.
Hopes this helps, and hope it rains up there soon, my folks apple/peach trees etc have gotten
fried this year(along with the grass,plums,etc......
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