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How Would You Approach This Riffle?
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Anyone ever fish this area?

Posted on: 2010/2/5 18:53
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probably by walking through the woods

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carefully and with a wading staff

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On a ship

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I was there a couple years ago with family. we were on the Virginia side and even though I wasn't carrying a fishing rod, I kept thinking to myself how I would fish it. I concluded that there were better chances of fishing it from the Maryland side walking across one or more of those bridges and fishing the smaller channels.

That main channel looks like a killer.

Roy

Posted on: 2010/2/5 19:12


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with a float rod!

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Yeah. A centerpin would be just fine there.

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3 ounces of lead and a garlic flavored worm

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Streamers with a type 6 sinking line
Sorry got a flashback

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By pontoon boat. Marabou streamers stripped quickly just below the surface.

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looks like plenty of parking in that lot!

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Quote:

bikerfish wrote:
looks like plenty of parking in that lot!


They put it there so the search party has a base camp.

Boyer

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If there are flatheads, I'll bring a heavy baitcasting setup and a 3wt with a foam spider.

Catch gills in the shallows and lob em out to the main channel with a 3 oz satellite sinker.

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By car...then I'd chuckle a little and find a new place to fish.

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I'd vote by helicopter, but if not financially viable I'd probably just pass on that location. :D

It's really hard to tell by the satellite imagery though, because I know on even a little local stream by my house they imagery makes it look like class 3 rapids and its barely got any ripples.

So without a real pictures it's hard to say, but I am known for testing my luck with just pushing myself into a little dry spot in the middle of something like that!

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