Josenhans Fly Fishing – Pocomoke Fun

13 03 2013

IMG_2078-001Heavy rains, coastal flooding and cold water have slowed the crappie bite of late, but we are still managing to catch a nice variety while prospecting the coffee-colored waters of the Pocomoke River. Pickerel, crappie, perch and bass are all jumping on our jig ‘n minnow offerings and once the high waters subside catches should be right back to form.  I have quite a few trips on the books as we approach the official start of spring, so I hope to keep the photos coming..

Connor Portner has his hands full with this fiesty 24-inch pickerel. Nice catch young man!

Connor Portner has his hands full with this fiesty 24-inch pickerel. Nice catch young man!

Connor adds to his species list with this colorful bass

Connor adds to his species list with this colorful bass

Hovik Taymoorian shows off a nice crappie

Hovik Taymoorian shows off a nice crappie

Scott Evander adds a colorful perch to the box

Scott Evander adds a colorful perch to the box

Scott ups the ante with this nice bass

Scott ups the ante with this nice bass

Hovik throws his first pickerel into the pot

Hovik throws his first pickerel into the pot

Scott with a pickerel of his own

Scott with a pickerel of his own

Beautiful day on the river with two good friends

Beautiful day on the river with two good friends


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