Maryland Fishing Report for Friday, October 7, 2022

Maryland Fishing Report for Friday, October 7, 2022
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This group of happy anglers each caught a striped bass prior to the big storm. Credit: Travis Long

Welcome to the great month of “Rocktober!” The recent wind and rain from the remnants of Hurricane Ian has created difficult conditions, but the weather should be improving soon. Anglers saw some exciting fishing action prior to the storm and are anticipating some good fishing in the coming days. Across the state, cooling water temperatures should cause both freshwater and saltwater fish to feed more aggressively prior to the winter months.

Forecast Summary: October 5 – October 11:

This week’s weather will be cool and dry following some warmer conditions on Thursday and Friday. The changing weather patterns will result in windy conditions on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, with winds 10 to 20 knots and gusts. Chesapeake Bay surface water temperatures have dropped to the mid 60s and should continue cooling all week. Maryland rivers are currently running in the…

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