Guide Lines with Rocky Droneburg: Potomac River Fishing Report
The recent cold nights has brought our water temps backdown to the mid 40s here on the Potomac River. The Muskies are starting to show up at known spawning area’s. But action has been spotty, with day break and moon rise being solid for action and little to nothing in between. We had most our action on small glide baits this week. We worked them very slowly with long sweeping 3-4 ft glides. I would suspect the up coming week to continue to be great fishing.
New River – Southwest Virginia High Water has dominated this week, but we are normalizing. Water temps have fallen back…
This article originally appeared in the April/May 1994 issue of Musky Hunter. To see more classic articles like this, subscribe…
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