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I had a great fishing experience at Waysons Corner, Maryland on Monday. I was joined by some great anglers enjoying the yellow and white perch run

1. This angler lands a citation 14+ inch yellow perch

2. Yellow perch is a monster

3. Waysons Corner has huge yellow perch

4. Angler lands a nice 12" yellow perch

5. He backs that up with a nice size white perch

6. Bucket with a 12" and 13" yellow perch

7. Unknown Fisherman lands two 10" perch at the same time

8. Anglers anticipates another citation perch

9. Waysons Corner scene

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GREAT job Unknown Fisherman, I was there the very next day 3/10 with nightcrawlers, cold water FBBW and jig/twistertail combo and didn't catch any. Man the YP run seems so elusive to me! How do you time it without fishing for them every day for a week or so? Did the full moon cause them to spawn and leave maybe?

Always a day late and a dollar short !!!

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Nice report and great shots too. Man, those YP look like they are full of roe.

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How do you time it without fishing for them every day for a week or so?
The key to fishing W/C is high tide and pitching in the small channel which is on the south side of the creek[ facing D.C.]

Niiiice pics ...thanks

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GREAT job Unknown Fisherman, I was there the very next day 3/10 with nightcrawlers, cold water FBBW and jig/twistertail combo and didn't catch any. Man the YP run seems so elusive to me! How do you time it without fishing for them every day for a week or so? Did the full moon cause them to spawn and leave maybe?

Always a day late and a dollar short !!!

Grady Black ... I just look for high tide and loes winds...

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The key to fishing W/C is high tide and pitching in the small channel which is on the south side of the creek[ facing D.C.]

Niiiice pics ...thanks

Thanks Dre`

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Nice report and great shots too. Man, those YP look like they are full of roe.

Thank you...Finaddict:hello:

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Dre and UF, Thanks for the advice. I gave it another shot yesterday morning (Sun 3/15) from 9 - 12, Hi-tide at WC was 9:50, but still no luck. There where alot of people there again this morning but still no fish! I even fished your spot UF by the tree with the Corona bottle on the ground.

Man do we know how to trash a place or what! WC almost looks like a landfill.

Anyway, we need to hookup soon at one of these messageboard Spring Flings or something...

GB

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Man do we know how to trash a place or what! WC almost looks like a landfill.

Did you pick up some trash while you were there?

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Did you pick up some trash while you were there?

Yes I did, Do You?

I always keep a couple of empty grocery bags with me just for that reason.

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I would love to get into some of them Yellows down my way! Nice job!

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