A Great Way to End a Snakehead Fishing Trip!
I fished all day that day on Potomac and Aquia Creeks, it started out well with a 6 pounder and a 9 pounder in the first 45 min
of an outgoing tide that morning but then it died for the rest of the day only 3 bites. Two of those strikes missed the lure but tore up the weeds as they dove back down and one bite spit the hook, that’s fishin’. But as high tide came in the late afternoon and then started going out again the evening bite picked up. That is when I missed 4 and caught 3 more by dark, one of which is the 12lb monster you see pictured at the beginning of my post.
They were again in the large grass or weed flats along the edges at low tide and across the flats in the higher tide times.
but not in the leafy lillies that stick up above the waterline where you “usually” find them hanging out. But as fish change habbits with many factors you never know for sure and have to just start your day figuring out their current pattern.
See you on the water!
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