Friday, March 30, 2018

Spring has Sprung

 Some Hybrids up to 25 inches yesterday

These are some of Bryan's  catches from the last couple of days. He has been out daily locating and catching Stripers for his clients. All week he has been averaging 20 to 30 nice Stripers a day. Contact us and let him "Hook You Up"!   540 967 3313

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Incredible Buy on LOWRANCE

I know it is now Spring but as I am sitting here watching the snow accumulate I just got a call from Steve Lane, electronics Guru at Greentop Sporting Goods. I work closely with him being on Navico Pro Staff and we wanted to offer a very special deal for all my friends and followers on Facebook. This is a once in a lifetime offer and supplies are limited but for the fisherman who react quickly they can get an incredible deal on Lowrance "BOAT IN THE BOX" products. These are boxed packaged deals that include with the two GEN 3 Lowrances : Ethernet cable, Point One, NEMA 2K kit, Totalscan and Trolling motor transducers. [Over $700 worth of accessories]

The combinations are as follows:

HDS-7 and HDS-9 for $1999.99
HDS-9 and HDS-9 for $2499.99
HDS-9 and HDS-12 for $2999.99
These are limited and in stock now.

Steve also has a couple HDS-12 and HDS-12
Boat In A  boxes coming in 
that may include a Sonic Hub as well
for $4499.99

Call [ 804 550 2188] or go by Greentop today and ask for Steve to lock into this special deal.

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Monday, March 19, 2018

March [weather] Madness

March came in like a Lion and continues to give us Cold, windy, nasty and inconsistant weather. Water temperatures started  out this month in the upper 50's but yesterday it was hard to find 47 degrees. We have had to cancel many charters due to the weather but April is just around the corner and it is one of the best months of Striper fishing on Lake Anna.

Tuesday, March 06, 2018

Tough Conditions

Kevin, Kevin, Kevin, Kevin and Kevin
Sunny, Cold and Windy
Friday we had quite the storm blow through and the bad effects of the storm lingered for a few day afterwards. These tough guys wanted to go so I obliged them. The main factor in where to fish was the weather. The lake is muddy up lake, the water temperatures dropped 6 degrees, Bluebird skies and the wind was hateful. The wind trumped all the other adverse conditions so I opted to fish out of the wind as much as possible so I could at least have some control of the boat and also not freeze my clients. We worked hard to catch what we did, fish simply did not want to eat and most of our hits were short. Guess who caught most of the fish?