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Friday, September 29, 2017

Weekly Fishing Report

The heat and humidity hanging over Maryland continues to hold a grip on us, but it won't be long before fall is here to stay.

The striped bass fishing in the upper bay remains rather stable this week due to warm weather keeping water temperatures in the mid-70s. However, at some point in early October we usually get a combination of cold fronts with strong northerly winds, cooling air temperatures, and rainfall, which will cause a drop in water temperature and salinity in the upper bay.

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Anonymous said...

This report is so very informative every time I read it, and if I ever go fishing I'll be checking this writer's report out first. What a guy!

Anonymous said...

Joe, you asked what I'll be doing this weekend. After reading this, it's going to be fishing.