Friday, September 24, 2010

Home again

Left the dock early tonight to hit a few Lake Riva spots before going out to dinner. The first spot was a place a caught a 22 two years ago. I call this spot the "Old Man's House" because naturally an old man lives there. He always stands on hit deck and asks how the fishing has been. The spot is about 200 yards from the marina and tucked in behind what was once a fairly good sized island. It took a couple of casts, but I was able to boat a smallish 14 incher. Next spot was once again "Al's Spot", where I boated a decent 20. After that I worked the south shore of the river moving towards the Riva Road bridge. I have never even had a blow up along this shoreline and was once again disappointed. I then worked several spots between the bridges, but again had no luck. Ran towards home and slowly worked the river side of the point and finally had a nice blowup and boated a very healthy 22. One hour of fishing and 3 fish...I will take it. I wish Sept. would never end.


Anonymous said...

Condivido pienamente il suo punto di vista. In questo nulla in vi e credo che questa sia un'ottima idea. Pienamente d'accordo con lei.
Condivido pienamente il suo punto di vista. In questo nulla in vi e 'una buona idea. Pronta a sostenere voi.

Steve Bradford said...

Love your Blog. I see you going out all the time (like this morning). I live between the bridges on the Annapolis side and have the same boat. I try and get out a couple of times a week and top water fishing is my favorite. Thanks for the good info! See you on the water.

Rick Weaver said...

Hey Steve. We met at your dock a few years ago. The cove downriver from you has not produced at all the past 2 years. It had been my go to spot. Hope to see you out there. River is really turning on.

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