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Maryland Fishing Report – February 3, 2021

Despite cold mid-winter weather, anglers across Maryland are enjoying fun fishing experiences ranging from the pre-season stockings of trout, to chain pickerel and blue catfish, to tautog in the offshore waters off our coast. Forecast Summary: February: With Bay temperatures in the upper 30s, Chesapeake Bay fish are in winter holding areas. With plenty of cool waters and oxygen from surface to bottom, look for concentrations of fish in some of the remaining warm water areas. In the main bay, warmer bottom waters deeper than 50 feet are located from the Bay Bridge south to near the Virginia State line, in areas with good structure and protection from strong current such as underwater points, channel edges, and bridge pilings with nearby oyster bottom and reefs. The other warm water areas to consider are near the water discharges of your local power plants. We will begin our weekly fishing conditions forecasts again in March. However, for those hearty cold water anglers, all water conditions maps, plots, and satellite pics will be continuously updated and posted. So for detailed and up-to-date fishing conditions in your area of the bay, continue to check out Click Before You Cast. Get regular updates on Maryland’s waters sent […]

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