Thursday, July 02, 2015
Here are a couple Lake Anna Striper Pro's
Shane and Jacob with a great morning catch.
Aaron, Grandpa, Pete and Paul
Cloudy and pleasant, Water Temperature 86* and Clear
Today was a little different than yesterday. Instead of Sun and schools like yesterday we had clouds and scattered fish. Didn't matter much, everyone caught plenty of Stripers. Paul's group wanted enough for a meal while they are staying here at the lake but I thing they kept more than they bargained for. We only fished a 4 hour charter this morning but probably caught 35 to 40 fish.
Posted by Jim Hemby at Thursday, July 02, 2015
Wednesday, July 01, 2015
Andrew and Morgan
Today Tony and I both had morning charters. The fish were schooled and we spanked 'um. While I was working a giant school Tony called me on the radio and said he found a monster school. A minute later he called back and said everything was hooked up and hurry to him. We were busy reeling in fish and could not leave our school. Ten minutes later Tony called and said they limited out and we better get there quick. It was a busy morning with both boats catching well over 100 Stripers. July is going to be an incredible month to fish for Stripers on Lake Anna. The lake is behind a month and we are just starting to catch schooling fish and this action will only get better and better. Our 100 to 200 fish mornings are just around the corner, if you want to get out and be in of these pictures contact us before we book up. When is the last time you reeled in 25 fish in a morning?
This is what I get to look at when I go to work.
All of these pics are click-able to enlarge.
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Brian and Walt
Sunny and Warm, Water Temperature 86* and Clear
Check out this catch...All caught within 20 minutes and right in the middle of the day. Guide DP left my house while I was eating lunch and 3 hours later he sent me this picture of a nice stringer of Stripers. Quite an accomplishment. It takes him 30 minutes to get to the lake and get the boat in the water. Then he had to locate bait and catch it. Then he had to locate Stripers and hope they would bite in the middle of the day. Looks like the Stripers wanted to eat and the guys did a great job catching the fish in such a short time. Sometimes a plan just comes together!
Posted by Jim Hemby at Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Saturday, June 27, 2015
Thursday, June 25, 2015
Brian Meeks and fellow workers
This is another small pod of Stripers hugging the bottom while running about 20mph.
Sunny and Warm, Water temperature 87* and Clear
Today Tony and I had crews from United Servo and Hydraulics in Waynesboro. We fished till 11:30 and burnt up 450 baits doing so. Quite a lot of action today! I found large schools early in the day but after 9am all I could find were small pods of Stripers but when I put the guys on the fish they ate well. Looks like some weather is moving in for the weekend, we will see how it affects the fishing.
Posted by Jim Hemby at Thursday, June 25, 2015
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Bryan with a real nice Largemouth
John, Sarah, Gary, Bryan and Richard
Steven and Berkley
Sunny and Pleasant, Water Temperature 87* and Clear
Today Tony took two sets of clients out fishing half day charters and the Bass were biting. Early this morning Bryan caught a nice Largemouth along with a whole lot of Stripers. Later in the morning Steven and Berkley hooked up with a couple more very nice Bass. Tony found a school of Bass and could have caught more. When these two happy anglers reeled theirs in Bass were following the others up to the boat. Lately we have been banging the nice Bass, they have been about 25 feet deep and schooling.
Posted by Jim Hemby at Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Jim, John, Donna, Abe, Vickie, Jill, Robyn and John
One of the many schools we worked this morning.
Sunny and Hot, Water temperature 87* and Clear
Today Tony and I took out some folks that are down at the lake for a family reunion. We knew it was going to get hot today so we planned to fish just for a few hours this morning so we could get off the water before we cooked. Things worked out pretty well, we hit a school right off the bat and caught 20 fish before my clients woke up good. We hit 2 or 3 schools of Stripers and Tony and his crew were fortunate as well. Our clients wanted enough fish for dinner, I think they got more than they bargained for. Today we caught over 100 fish between the two boats and everyone had a great time.
Posted by Jim Hemby at Tuesday, June 23, 2015