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Topic - Dale Knupp
What a difference a few 80-degree days can make. Dale Knupp, who lives in La Plata, Md., and who fishes the upper tidal Potomac River as often as possible, launched his boat at the Smallwood State Park boat ramps in Mattawoman Creek this week and, thanks to his electronic depth sounder, discovered that the surface water temperature had reached almost 60 degrees.
The action was totally awesome and Knupp finally said, "Man, I'm ready to have a sandwich. This fishing is making me hungry."
When my friend Dale Knupp says it's time to hunt for "gorilla perch," he's not engaging in idle chatter.