Guide Lines with Rocky Droneburg with a report on the Potomac River

Closing out the week here on the Potomac River in Md. the river has been on a steady drop   But has leveled out nicely with a green color to it! The warmer air temps has brought the river temps to 48-50 degrees! Which is quite different from last weeks barely 40 degrees. We are working for them but, still catching a few. Steady retrieving baits was the ticket this week for us catching them on Medusa’s and Shallow invaders. Looks like the up coming week will be have more seasonable temps with the nights back in 30s and high of mid 40s. Fishing should only improve here in Md for next week! But our spawn is quickly approaching hopefully we can get another few weeks in.

Rocky Droneburg 



Picture is of Corey Barton with his first ever musky!

Gregg Thomas

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