MSSA Dorchester Meeting 

16 02 2017

Come on out tonight to the Dorchester MSSA meeting at the Cambridge Elks Lodge to hear me speak on winter Pocomoke River fishing and Tangier Sound specks and reds. I know this is late notice but I’ve been battling a bout of laryngitis due to a cold, so I wasn’t 100% sure I could pull this off. But all is well – or well enough – so if you’d like to learn a little about tackle and technique for the Pocomoke River and Tangier Sound come on out. The meeting begins at 7:00 with my presentation around 7:30. See you there. 
MSSA Dorchester Directions





Gold on the Pocomoke 

13 02 2017

Some terrific action on the Pocomoke River of late. Jumbo yellow perch, crappie and monster pickerel are slamming small jig-and-minnow combinations. We struck gold yesterday with some of the biggest, fattest yellows of the season. Monster pickerel were hanging with the perch. Still a couple of open dates to get that February $50 discount. Good fishing should continue through March. White perch on the Nanticoke is just around the corner where we had fish to 14″ last spring and catches in triple digits was the norm. #BuiltForTheWild @YETIcoolers #seewhatsoutthere @CostaSunglasses #YamahaOutboards





Yellow Perch Video

4 02 2017

Click on the following link for a brief yellow perch video. Follow me on Instagram @kevinjosenhans for a boatload of fishing photos 

Yellow Perch on the Pocomoke River





Yellow Neds 

4 02 2017

The winter yellow perch run has begun in force on the upper Pocomoke. We enjoyed nonstop action with big roe perch on Tuesday. A few crappie came boat side as well but the perch definitely stole the show. Small 1/16 ounce jig heads with a two-inch curly tail tipped with a minnow was the hot bait. They would bite without the minnow but the bigger fish definitely wanted meat. A slow retrieve along the bottom worked best.