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Old 02-20-2010, 10:22 PM
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I like to fish, but its hard to keep up with where they are hitting at through out the year. If you know any good spots that you dont mind sharing please feel free. If ya want to pass along what type of lures, bait or rod and reel combos you had im sure everyone would like that too.

http://www.dgif.virginia.gov/fishing/ usually stays update with what the state is doing

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Old 02-20-2010, 10:47 PM
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ask woodrow. he fishes quite a bit IIRC.
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Old 02-21-2010, 03:56 AM
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Theres a pond/lake behind the Wawa at 360/baileys bridge. I can get better directions later if you'd want. Everytime I went there it was easy pickin
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Old 02-21-2010, 07:34 AM
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Sure would, im sure the collective would like to know also
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Old 02-21-2010, 11:17 AM
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Theres a pond/lake behind the Wawa at 360/baileys bridge. I can get better directions later if you'd want. Everytime I went there it was easy pickin
thats like two minutes from my place...let me know more info on this.


has anyone fished the creek/pond by winterpock road....across from the new walmart?
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i use google earth to find alot of small local spots around here.... some turn out to be good, others i get run off by cows.
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I tired that place behind the Wawa on Hull and didnt get anything. Been like that the past 2 days, i think the water is still too cold even with the warmer temps the snow melting just keeps the spots cold
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I tired that place behind the Wawa on Hull and didnt get anything. Been like that the past 2 days, i think the water is still too cold even with the warmer temps the snow melting just keeps the spots cold
well if you want warmer water, down in dutch gap theres a warm water runoff from a local power plant.....fish there every winter, always catch decent sized fish.

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well if you want warmer water, down in dutch gap theres a warm water runoff from a local power plant.....fish there every winter, always catch decent sized fish.

ive got some good size fish from dutch gap, but you gotta make sure your car is locked up. also i live near city point in hopewell plenty of fishing there .
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ive got some good size fish from dutch gap, but you gotta make sure your car is locked up. also i live near city point in hopewell plenty of fishing there .
i agree...lots of mexicans thru there....have seen them peeking in to parked cars.
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