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Rocky Gorge 10/14
« on: October 16, 2017, 11:44:28 AM »

Went out with the new kayak yesterday to Rocky Gorge and what a first trip it was! First off the new kayak is an Ascend FS128T. It's completely awesome; it's stable, I can stand, and has tons of storage. The fishing was even better. I caught over 15 bass and for the Gorge that is excellent! All but one were caught on white flukes. The best part is the bite was steady from 7-2. It only slowed down when the sun came out and the water jumped 2degrees. If you have free time soon I highly suggest getting out there and on some bass. Here's a few pictures!



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Re: Rocky Gorge 10/14
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2017, 11:48:14 AM »

 Congrats on the new Yak and thanks for the report and photos  ~c~
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Re: Rocky Gorge 10/14
« Reply #2 on: October 16, 2017, 11:48:22 AM »

Thanks for the report and some nice looking fish too.  ~c~ ~c~ Sounds like you like your new yak. 8)
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Re: Rocky Gorge 10/14
« Reply #3 on: October 16, 2017, 01:10:33 PM »

Good job! The new kayak looks sweet! Flukes and any soft bait that imitates a shad or a dying shad will be the hot ticket for a couple of weeks. Was there much of a crowd out there fishing? I know when I fished the reservoirs in late October through the closing date in December, usually had the place to myself. Has the water level in Rocky Gorge dropped significantly? Thanks for posting the report, although I only get back to Maryland a couple times a year, I still try to squeeze in a trip to the reservoirs, had a lot of fun over the years fishing there.
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Re: Rocky Gorge 10/14
« Reply #4 on: October 16, 2017, 05:42:01 PM »

Good job! The new kayak looks sweet! Flukes and any soft bait that imitates a shad or a dying shad will be the hot ticket for a couple of weeks. Was there much of a crowd out there fishing? I know when I fished the reservoirs in late October through the closing date in December, usually had the place to myself. Has the water level in Rocky Gorge dropped significantly? Thanks for posting the report, although I only get back to Maryland a couple times a year, I still try to squeeze in a trip to the reservoirs, had a lot of fun over the years fishing there.

Thanks guys, yes the new yak is awesome. World of difference from the small sit in i had. The crowd wasnt too bad, ive seen much worse. Most of the anglers were on boats. The water level is extremely low right now. Once the boat ramp closes ill walk the bank with my fish finder in hand and battery in a back pack as i mark stumps and rock piles  ;D
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Re: Rocky Gorge 10/14
« Reply #5 on: October 16, 2017, 08:06:46 PM »

Good going AC! Congratulations on the new yak.
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Re: Rocky Gorge 10/14
« Reply #6 on: October 17, 2017, 12:16:47 PM »

That's the best time to walk the shoreline-when the water is down. You will see a lot of structure you may not see in the spring, I used to take my camera and walk the shoreline along with a hand held gps unit. Have also seen where people will take photo's and transfer the info to a map. Would love to be able to walk Triadelphia now that they have dropped the water some 20 feet to work on the dam- probably find a lot of creek channels and cuts that connect with the main river channel as well as some flats that you normally can't see unless the water is low.
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