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Most of the areas we fish here are very shallow. It’s actually hard to find water more than 7 feet deep most of the time…unless one goes over to the Ocean side where deeper water is prevalent. So floating fly lines work most of the time on the Bay side…except for the occasional deeper hole.
It was sort of a yawner of a day. Was too windy and chilly to work comfortably on cleaning the boat so that got put off to Saturday…or Sunday.
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Took some photos of the varied plant life in the yard.
*Yes, I know it's supposed to be the RAINS of Castamere.
• Meanwhile, in other news...
• Maryland Changes Striped Bass Commercial Quota System
Read the full article at this link: BaltimoreSun.com
Me: Perhaps will leave more fish to migrate north…to us? Thanks to Charlie W. for the tip on this article.
• Fishing for Tautog: Tips for Deep Water
”Deepwater tog can weigh up to 20 pounds, and in some cases, exceed that mark. Fluctuating water temperatures in the transition between winter and spring make monster tog even more precocious than their inshore counterparts.”
Read the full article at this link: SaltWaterSportsman.com
• What Kind of Fish Do You Think You're Eating?
"Can you tell the difference between red snapper and rockfish? Farm-raised salmon and wild?
"Here's the thing with fish: once you fillet it and get rid of its characteristics, it can get kind of, sort of hard to tell what from what.”
Read the full article at this link: sploid.gizmodo.com