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  • Chickahominy River Fishing Report Black stump creek

    Me and my buddy were winding down and went into black stump creek and fished wood again............first bass was 8 lbs...4 oz...the next was 7.23 lbs..23 lbs and gave us a 23 lb bag..........seems to me anyone who wants to catch monster bass..........black stump and buzzard bay...wont say the bait because we are pre fishing,but we are on fire.....water was what id called merky because of all the rain....


    All i need to do now is find a gas pump between osborne landing and the creeks...so we can catch big fish saturday......if anyone knows of one...pass it on to me please............i have a long haul saturday am............no we didnt take pics because we dont want to disclose locations and yes it has happened..so i hope to post pics saturday at weigh in.

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    Hope you not "burning up" all your fish dude. Good luck
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    • #3
      Jamie - nice fish, dood. Congrats.

      So, every time you post a fishing report here in the general topics section one of the admins has to go in and move it to the James River section below (where everyone else posts fishing reports). You'll get more attention to what you're posting and more would benefit from your efforts if you'd save the admins some trouble. The site is set up in a pretty smart way to enable all who use it to better learn, grow, and share as fisherpeople. How about it?

      Again, nice fish.
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      • #4
        im sorry

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        • #5
          TM, good luck Saturday and safe travels. The james will be full of debris. It just peaked out and is falling now, the downtown gauge is at 9.26 feet.

          As far as I know your best bet for fuel is Jordan Point.
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          • #6
            You might want to ask your director if its in fact even legal to leave your boat to get fuel. Dont see how that would be considered an emergency. Hate to see you get DQ with a 25lb bag of fish just for stopping to refuel...
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            • #7
              Filling up during a tx sorta sux but ya gotta do whatcha gotta do to bring inn fat sacks
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              • #8
                Originally posted by wayne View Post
                You might want to ask your director if its in fact even legal to leave your boat to get fuel. Dont see how that would be considered an emergency. Hate to see you get DQ with a 25lb bag of fish just for stopping to refuel...
                I have never heard of a trail that would outlaw refueling. Running out of fuel, especially on a busy waterway like the James would most definitely be putting yourself in an emergency situation. As long as you don't fish from anywhere except on the boat, I can't imagine someone having an issue with this. Any more from the more experienced Tx guys?
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                • #9
                  Per Priority Series Rules:

                  Tackle and Fishing Methods
                  ..."No competitor may leave the boat to land or catch fish."

                  Emergencies
                  "Competitors shall remain with their partners in the boat at all times during the tournament, except in
                  the event of sickness or brief excursions for “nature calling”, severe storm or other such hazard. It
                  is permitted for a competitor to leave the boat for marina services. "

                  I'd say you're in the clear, but it will never hurt to ask. You should probably go ahead and call or email the TD for verification.

                  Tournament Director: Steve Camp at 804 715 2629 email [email protected]
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                  • #10
                    Looks like he will be fine then to leave the boat to get fuel. Thanks for the rules Erik. I found the same rules on Priority site as well. Can somebody shed some light on the 3rd sentence? I have never seen this as a rule. The way Im reading it is if you get stuck, say on a mud flat, and you were heading down river, after you get yourself unstuck, you have to head back upriver. Am I reading that right?
                    Emergencies
                    Competitors shall remain with their partners in the boat at all times during the tournament, except in
                    the event of sickness or brief excursions for “nature calling”, severe storm or other such hazard. It
                    is permitted for a competitor to leave the boat for marina services. Competitors may leave the boat
                    to dislodge it, but only to return the boat in the direction it came from. Leaving the boat to advance it
                    is not permitted. (In falling water conditions, a team may leave the boat to advance it only to return
                    from water they accessed without leaving the boat.) If for any reason either or both team members
                    decide to leave the tournament waters early, both members shall bear full responsibility for notifying a
                    tournament official. If one team member leaves the water early, he/she must notify the director before
                    returning to fish and the other team member may continue fishing in his/her absence. In the event that
                    he/she does not intend to return, his/her partner may continue fishing alone for the remainder of the
                    tournament hours. In case of a breakdown, one partner may return with fish by another tournament
                    boat while the other partner is permitted to stay with the disabled boat.
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                    • #11
                      Oh I agree Steve. Refueling is a lot different than sitting inside a marina changing socks and drinking cocoa.....
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                      • #12
                        I read that as this scenario.

                        You are trying to get into a creek that is very shallow at the mouth and you get stuck. You can not get out to advance it forward and continue into the creek, but rather must get out and move back out to safe water. However, you can advance the boat forward if leaving that same creek on falling/low water, having entered it without getting out when you went in and the water was higher. So although you are advancing yourself forward, it is actually to remove yourself from a fishing area to get away from falling water and to return back to deep water.
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                        • #13
                          All i know is a full tank a fuel and all those 8-10lbers, I'd be nervous my boat would sink.

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                          • #14
                            fuel "SHOULD" be available at rivers rest (@ the thorofare on the chick) also, I would call and double check though.
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                            • #15
                              I agree totally. You can't get out of the boat to go forward. BASS doesn't allow you to use a chainsaw to cut your way into an area anymore either.
                              Originally posted by gnfsnva View Post
                              I read that as this scenario.

                              You are trying to get into a creek that is very shallow at the mouth and you get stuck. You can not get out to advance it forward and continue into the creek, but rather must get out and move back out to safe water. However, you can advance the boat forward if leaving that same creek on falling/low water, having entered it without getting out when you went in and the water was higher. So although you are advancing yourself forward, it is actually to remove yourself from a fishing area to get away from falling water and to return back to deep water.
                              cheers,
                              Steve

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