Tuesday, January 20, 2015

A cure for " Cabin Fever"

Well here we are. Hunting season is over, just finished the only show that I will be doing this year and getting my two boats ready to get back on the water this week. I enjoyed my time off but like many things in life all good things must come to an end. My guides and myself will return to the water this week, locating bait and Big Stripers. We met and introduced Striper fishing to a completely new clientele at the show, anglers who did not realize what a great Striper fishery Lake Anna has. I was surprised how many people were unaware that Lake Anna was a year round fishery with generous creel limits. Anglers can keep 4 Stripers per day per person over 20 inches. Some of the people that I talked to at the show did the math and said "Gosh, if I come fishing with you and bring 5 other friends we could keep 28 Stripers, that's almost as many as we kept all year fishing out on the bay". I told them we can't guarantee limits daily but the lake is definitely capable or producing nice stringers of Stripers. Many people were also excited about fishing on a calm lake versus contending with the rougher salt water places that they are accustomed to. Shoot us an email to Jim_Hemby@hotmail.com if you want to get out and try some winter fishing for Stripers, you will be glad you did!

1 comment:

Nolan Minor said...

I guess it's calm in the winter but in the summer that place is a washing machine!