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Fishing holes - February 18, 2009, 04:13 PM

No not fishy holes, Fishing Holes.

Me and a buddy who is also from Florida have been lamenting over the lack of fishing we've been doing up here. I lived in Southern MD for a year and did some great fishing there as I lived on a river.

Anyways, we are talking about getting a john boat to dick around in this summer. Any suggestions for good areas to fish in the greater NoVa area? Fresh and/or salt.


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Shoot, anywhere west of PWC. Actually, there is a great little lake (no need for a boat) out at the Thompson WMA off the Markham exit on rt66. I hunt there, and fish there, lotsa good stuff and you can actually eat what you catch. Harper's Ferry has some great spots as well but is a little further. As long as you are west of PWC though, I haven't gotten sick yet.


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I used to fish out of Fountainhead Park in Northern VA with my 17ft Fisher, great fishing, there is a motor HP limit though, only 10HP...its fun, plenty of fish to; bass, crappie, sunfish, bluegill, Pike (never caught any), catfish, and others!!!!

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I dont give up those secrets... you dont have to go far... what do you want to fish? i can direct you in the right area, but not my actual spot!


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No not fishy holes, Fishing Holes.

Me and a buddy who is also from Florida have been lamenting over the lack of fishing we've been doing up here. I lived in Southern MD for a year and did some great fishing there as I lived on a river.

Anyways, we are talking about getting a john boat to dick around in this summer. Any suggestions for good areas to fish in the greater NoVa area? Fresh and/or salt.
Point look out MD great salt water fishing.

Lots of places really close. You can catch some MONSTER cat fish on the Potomac but I wouldnt eat them.
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I dont give up those secrets... you dont have to go far... what do you want to fish? i can direct you in the right area, but not my actual spot!
yeah I thought I may have worded it wrong - not looking for secret spots, just bodies of water.

My friend has his eye on some striper. I could care less. I do like going after large mouth bass. I'll sit back and catfish too.


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Point look out MD great salt water fishing.

Lots of places really close. You can catch some MONSTER cat fish on the Potomac but I wouldnt eat them.
We were joking about fishing near Blue Plains in the Potomac. I've seen people fishing close to there. I guess it was just for sport.


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We were joking about fishing near Blue Plains in the Potomac. I've seen people fishing close to there. I guess it was just for sport.
Ive caught a few 15- 20 pound cats from the shore. I have quite a few hot spots.

Lets get some collapsible poles and a few choice lures and go motorcycle bass fishing. ride from spot to spot all day in the country. bring a camera for proof. The 1st ever .net motorcycle fishing tournament group ride lol. biggest documented fish gets the pot $5 per person.

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Ive caught a few 15- 20 pound cats from the shore. I have quite a few hot spots.
Here we go again with the fantastical stories of the 8 lb bass doing back flips onto the shore at you secret pond

I already had my poll packed on the last hog trip where you bailed on me and left yours behind. I'm ready! I grew up fishing and really miss it.


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no idea, i'm from NH...but if you have room for another let me know, I miss fishing
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Sandy Point State Park in MD.... the water at point look at was too "lazy" and if you fish off the shore/dock your bait will get picked clean by crabs and needle nose.


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lol, I would love to quit riding and take up real bass fishing again but I think the only thing more frustrating than bike ownership is boat ownership.


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Mattawoman creek. http://www.penrodsguides.com/articles/mattawomancreek.htm


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great info! I just bought a fryer too. It could handle a small amount of fish.


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Here we go again with the fantastical stories of the 8 lb bass doing back flips onto the shore at you secret pond

I already had my poll packed on the last hog trip where you bailed on me and left yours behind. I'm ready! I grew up fishing and really miss it.
I didnt have enough room to bring it on that trip.

Haha what ever I showed you the pic of the fish, and It was 5lbs and 22 inches long. I weighed it and messured it. The Invite is still open to fish that pond. Theres another one just like it in manassas that has tons of bass.

Also for overnight catfishing theres a spot in FT belivor and a spot in stafford that are both Money. Used to fish under the woodrow wilson bridge but Its snag city there.

Great falls is fun to fish aswell.

Oh trust me Im down to do some major fishing this year. The Truck is set up for that shit. We can off road it to remote locations.
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