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    Quote Originally Posted by bignose View Post
    Which indeed shows that stripers can be extremely non-discriminating.

    I just wonder why they are so darned hard to catch at times.
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    Nice report JV. The wooden bulkhead in front of the condos was home to several of last week's baby specs. Any sign of pickerel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptCHawk View Post
    Nice report JV. The wooden bulkhead in front of the condos was home to several of last week's baby specs. Any sign of pickerel?

    I suspected that you guys were in Spa Creek and hoped to duplicate your multi-species day. I had a few nibbles along that bulkhead but no hookups. Farther back that arm in the natural shoreline area I got a couple of perch.

    However, all I found were the usual perch and stripers. Pickerel remain highly elusive in the Severn. The true test will come in about a month when the perch are gone from the shallows and pickerel have those habitats to themselves. I sure hope I can find some then.
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    It must be nice to have a HELI on your YACHT! Thanks for the morning laugh!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yakinzak View Post
    It must be nice to have a HELI on your YACHT! Thanks for the morning laugh!
    It's only a matter of time till someone sets up their drone launch pad on the back of their kayak to go search for breaking fish......
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    I've fished Truxton from shore, several good sized perch on grass shrimp at the riprap on the left side. Have not launched from there, but always seem to pull in leaves/settlement laying on the bottom when I use a FF rig.
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    I have the same lure! But in chartreuse...

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    There are always doubters & nay-sayers... Until people see it start catching tons fish, and next thing you know it appears on the shelves of BPS!
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