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Old 02-28-2018, 03:09 PM
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Friend of mine is a seafood broker and sent me these pics today from what the commercial guys are catching in the bay down in Virginia. Hopefully they leave us some!!!
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Old 02-28-2018, 08:46 PM
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Capt John is splashing next week
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I've seen about a dozen boats out over the past few days as I cross the bridge in the mornings. It would be nice to know if if they're catching anything.


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Old 03-01-2018, 10:47 AM
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I've seen about a dozen boats out over the past few days as I cross the bridge in the mornings. It would be nice to know if if they're catching anything.


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I crossed the bridge Thursday and saw one lone boat between the spans fishing. Looking north there was a lot of muddy water and a lot of debris though!
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Crossed the Key bridge today on my way to Cutter Marine to get parts and the water was dead calm.
I didn't notice any boats or debris; but all that is coming down the Susky.
Take my boat next week for service
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Crossed the Key bridge today on my way to Cutter Marine to get parts and the water was dead calm.
I didn't notice any boats or debris; but all that is coming down the Susky.
Take my boat next week for service
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I've seen pics of all that mess from the dam, but so far the water is as clean as....well about as clean(ish) as it normally is.
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I've seen pics of all that mess from the dam, but so far the water is as clean as....well about as clean(ish) as it normally is.
Yesterday;
There was a "tide line" of sticks and debris north of the Key Bridge, but most of the water seemed okay.
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Well;
It's 4:42am as I start typing this. Getting myself ready for an early morning fishing trip out of Deale. Yesterday was a great day for us, we picked up several large fish in deep water trolling our spread.
No; No; No;

It's not quite that time yet I wish it were, and I really was getting ready for a fishing trip

Just wanted you to know, the wife and I saw our first breeding pair of Osprey's on Saturday when we were on the South River. The park ranger said the males have been here for over a week (they arrive first to claim territory); however, the females just arrived.
This week looks to be windy and still a bit chilly. I guess it's a good time to have the boat at the mechanic's shop

As soon as the weather breaks, I'll give a report from "on the water"
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Well;
It's 4:42am as I start typing this. Getting myself ready for an early morning fishing trip out of Deale. Yesterday was a great day for us, we picked up several large fish in deep water trolling our spread.
No; No; No;

It's not quite that time yet I wish it were, and I really was getting ready for a fishing trip

Just wanted you to know, the wife and I saw our first breeding pair of Osprey's on Saturday when we were on the South River. The park ranger said the males have been here for over a week (they arrive first to claim territory); however, the females just arrived.
This week looks to be windy and still a bit chilly. I guess it's a good time to have the boat at the mechanic's shop

As soon as the weather breaks, I'll give a report from "on the water"
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No Osprey yet in any of the boxes that I can see from my house.

The Purple Martins are supposed to arrive around the end of the week.

And yes, the winds here....even today are already bad.
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