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  • July 13th Report

    Since the creek was still muddy I knew to head right back into the pads for that clean water. Yep nice and clean it was but devoid of fish. Not even a sniff for the first two hours. Time to change it up again. Started throwing plastic worms on wood structure. Tide was topped out and no water movement for what seemed like an hour. May have been or even longer. No bites.. zippo none. So I make a big move to a feeder creek and start with poppers. No love as we watch snakeheads mate in the flooded grasses. Saw about four pair mating. And they will not hit when they are in the mood. As the sun fell behind the treeline we started picking up nice chunky LGMouth's and lost one snakehead to a pulled hook. Did real well till dark.







    Capt Mike
    Light Tackle Guide
    www.indianheadcharters.com

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    Thanks for posting. Always good to get out and have your folks catch a few.
    1st Place VA East FOMNTT Potomac River 2006, VA East FOMNTT Big Bag 2006, VAO Frog Only Tournament Winner 2011

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    • #3
      Nice work Capt, some days it's a grind to find the fish

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      • #4
        Well the water was dirty and the tide not moving and the moon out alll day and I had hang nail. And if I had a dog I am sure it would have bite me. LOL.

        When the snakeheads do not play in the heat of the day it makes it very tough.. luckly golden hour saved us.

        Capt Mike
        Light Tackle Guide
        www.indianheadcharters.com

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