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#26 Apr-04-14 10:04AM

Ernie
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From: Ashburn VA
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Re: Fletcher's Cove Area Fishing and Outdoor Fun

Redfish12 wrote:

Yea... I need to start getting down there before work...

That is when it all happens......once the sun gets over the tree tops, things slow down. You can still catch tons o fish but not like early in the morning.


Time to go fishin' again!

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#27 Apr-04-14 12:45PM

Osprey
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From: Forestville, MD
Registered: Nov-16-07
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Re: Fletcher's Cove Area Fishing and Outdoor Fun

What is the best approach to the Fletcher's turn on a weekday morning?


20' Key West..16' C-Hawk...Hobie Pro Angler...Hobie Outback

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#28 Apr-04-14 2:12PM

Ernie
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Re: Fletcher's Cove Area Fishing and Outdoor Fun

Put in at Gravelly and go up river a few miles .....


Time to go fishin' again!

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#29 Apr-04-14 7:17PM

T.
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Registered: Sep-30-09
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Re: Fletcher's Cove Area Fishing and Outdoor Fun

Osprey wrote:

What is the best approach to the Fletcher's turn on a weekday morning?

Arizona Ave>MacArthur Blvd>Reservoir Rd which is on the other side of Canal Rd from Fletcher's.

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