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    During the current open season for trophy striped bass in the lower portions of the Potomac River and Maryland's part of the Chesapeake Bay, conflicting reports are heard from boaters who are out by the hundreds looking for big rockfish.

  • Gene Mueller's Fishing Report

    April is a time of year when most fish species begin to think of reproducing. Piscatorial love is in the air, or rather in the water.

  • Gene Mueller's Fishing Report

    Over the past six days, local and distant sport fishing has gone into overdrive.

  • Gene Mueller's Fishing Report

    The proliferation of large blue catfish in the upper tidal portions of the Potomac River is astounding. In a river that not too many years ago wasn't even home to this tough piscatorial adversary, the Potomac already has given up several in the 60-pound range and, a few days ago, an angler up around Fletcher's Cove in Georgetown came to the concession building to show off a 55-pounder. It is believed that these catfish could have migrated north from Virginia's James and Rappahannock rivers.

  • Gene Mueller's Fishing Report

    It wasn't all that long ago when New Orleans super chef Paul Prudhomme came up with his famous blackened redfish and seafood lovers everywhere loved the dish.

  • Gene Mueller's Fishing Report

    Who could have guessed that additional rainstorms and wind would alter some parts of last week's fishing report, so for this week's outlook we'll stay on the side of caution.

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    AREA 1: D.C. AND VICINITY

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    AREA 1: D.C. AND VICINITY

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