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    Default Lower Rappahonock River

    Ok my first report so please be easy on me
    Last weekend, nice weather river was flat. Water still rather warm around 74F. I did not have much time so i went only for about 2 hours on Saturday and then Sunday.

    I have decided to try some flat grass located close to deep water. I was fishing on 3 to 5 feet. Water was crazy clean and i was able to see bottom and fish moving around.


    Baby sea bass, puppy drum and nice trout
    Also i lost two jiggs whan trying to pull larger fish. Simple need to learn how to tie better knots on my jigg heads
    Used Gulp swimming mullet, pearl white

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    Nice report! And a great day fishing.
    Thanks for posting.

    Quote Originally Posted by orkaUSPL View Post
    Ok my first report so please be easy on me
    Last weekend, nice weather river was flat. Water still rather warm around 74F. I did not have much time so i went only for about 2 hours on Saturday and then Sunday.

    I have decided to try some flat grass located close to deep water. I was fishing on 3 to 5 feet. Water was crazy clean and i was able to see bottom and fish moving around.


    Baby sea bass, puppy drum and nice trout
    Also i lost two jiggs whan trying to pull larger fish. Simple need to learn how to tie better knots on my jigg heads
    Used Gulp swimming mullet, pearl white

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    how far past tappahannock?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinfry View Post
    how far past tappahannock?
    I normally fish above Norris Bridge, close to Urbana, VA


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