Fall Fishing in Maryland

by Capitol Area Fishing on October 10, 2013

Fall is a good time for river and lake fishing. Waters are low and the fish are hungry. Find the ponds and the lakes where the fish congregate – the water’s low and food is scarce. Flashy mid-water lures are excellent for attracting these hungry fish. Usually ultra-lite 4-lb test with spinners or rapalas are successful for getting strikes. Look for areas where there are not many weeds and cast to the edges. Let your lures sink for a few minutes before slowly retrieving it. Give the line moderate jerks as you reel in.

Greg at the mouth of the Monocacy and Potomac Rivers

 

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