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





Pocomoke River Winter Special

27 01 2017

Why wait until warm weather when the fishing’s hot now. Warm up to February on the Pocomoke and save $50.00 off the regular rate on your next 4 or 6 hour guided trip. Biting now are crappie, pickerel, yellow perch and maybe a stray bass. Fishing license, ultralight G. Loomis spinning rods, Sage fly rods, tackle, ice and bottled water included. I’ll even bring a thermos of Royal Farms coffee. Offer good through the end of February. Don’t miss a fun time! Contact Kevin at 443-783-3271 or kjosenhans@aol.com to reserve your trip. 





Big Chains 

4 03 2016

We’ve been catching some big chain pickerel while casting for crappie and perch on the Pocomoke River. You would think with using the light lines that we do for the panfish those toothy pike would cut us off more often, but they don’t. Seems these cold weather pickerel have a knack at hooking themselves in the corner of their mouth leaving the light monofilament unscathed. A short length of fluorocarbon leader would pretty much seal the deal.  

    
    
 





Pocomoke Slam?

7 02 2016

I guess you could plug in any three species on any body of water and invent your own grand slam. Here on the Pocomoke River, it’s a rare day when we don’t boat a slam of some sort. Of late, it’s been pickerel, crappie and yellow perch. The occasional bluegill and largemouth bass can be added to the mix as well. Later on, white perch and hickory shad might join the crowd. Fishing the Pocomoke is a lot like Forrest Gump’s proverbial box of chocolates, “You never know what you’re gonna get.”  

    
    
 





Perch and Crappie Dates Open

14 03 2015

Some great perch and crappie fishing is happening right now on both the Pocomoke and Nanticoke rivers. We’re catching good numbers of yellow perch and crappie on the Pocomoke near Snow Hill casting 1/16 ounce crappie jig ‘n minnow combinations. The occasional bass and pickerel will surprise you as well. Plump white perch are available dunking bottom-fished bloodworms on the Nanticoke. I have dates open during the next two weeks for the boat, or walk on’s. Email or call for additional info at kjosenhans@aol.com and 443-783-3271. I need a minimum of three anglers for a walk on. Maximum of four. 







Fun Day on the Pocomoke

10 03 2015

Yesterday, I enjoyed  a warm late winter day wetting a line on the Pocomoke River with three generations of family fishermen, plus one! The Pocomoke Slam – crappie, pickerel & yellow perch – was had by all. It sure was nice to see open water for a change!!







Pocomoke River Short Takes

11 02 2015

Just a few short videos to see which format I like best!

Pickerel too! @fishgloomis @yeticoolers #BuiltForTheWild

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