As I finish typing last blog, he caught his 4th fish about two pounds and that happens to be a large mouth bass.
After Omori caught first fish weighing about 2 pounds where he caught over 18 pounds yesterday, he made a move about half mile. He is still throwing top water bait just caught fish No. 2, just...
On Championship Sunday, we put our boat in pool 7 one pool above the take off pool. 6:30am waiting at least 5 anglers to come out from this morning. No barges in a lock....
He is fishing farther in the creek than Hite. They exchange few words about how their day is going so far then split again.
We followed Hite farther down the creek. He made a stop and started making pitches to his key tree. About 40 yards farther, we can see a white boat over the tree branches. That is...
We found Brett Hite in the back of a creek where it really narrows down. He said him and Andy Montgomery are both fishing in this tight water.
For the first time this morning, Christie pulled out his flipping bait and made a few cast on submerged laydown. Then he caught a first keeper of the day.
Christie picked up his trolling motor and made a 400 yard move since local fisherman were approaching his good spot.
Four straight beautiful, hot days on the Potomac River.
After a nice 15 minute boat ride, Jason Christie came back to the same area he has been fishing last three days. He is looking for five fish on his frog.
We are searching for Brett Hite and Andy Montgomery in back of the creek. It is so shallow and getting skinny back here.
Christie tells us that there were more boats in here the last few days. He's hoping nobody comes in to fish so he can have the whole thing to himself. It is slow but he he likes it.
The Potomac River is little rough this morning since the tide was going out and wind was coming in from the other direction. We came into one of the creeks to find Ike. It is nice...
We ran into Bill Lowen in one of the creeks. He is having a good day and still looking for a better fish. He said he has about 15-pounds in his livewell. He asked me, "Where is everybody?" Sounded...
Moved up the lake north and found Bradley Roy. He confirmed that he is having a decent day and has little over 13-pounds in his live well.
He just caught fish number five. Just a small keeper, now he has a limit in his live well. Looking for big fish to upgrade his weight.
Casey caught one about 2-pounds 20 minutes ago. He kept fishing on a same bank for 200 yards or so. His microphone had issue and his camera man was working hard on it. As soon as...
David Mullins at work on Day 3.
Takahiro Omori's 6th keeper, a 5 + pounds.
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