Lake Roland, MD

Train bridge and around to the cave

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Outing Information

Start/End Time
9:00am to 1:00pm
Best Fishing Time
n/a to n/a
Water Temp
Water Clarity
Clear - 5'+ visibility
Water Level
Brian Peacock

Fish Caught

Largemouth Bass

Caught Avg Size Pattern Optional Fields
1 13" Purple 4.5 inch curly tail Notable Fish: 13"
Time Caught: 11:30am
Fish Depth: 3' - 6'
Water Depth: 3' - 6'
Kept/Released: / 1
Water Type: Cove back by the train tracks
Retrieve: Lift and Drop , Slow
1 12" Blue/glitter 4.5 inch curly tail Notable Fish: 12"
Time Caught: 2:15pm
Fish Depth: 3' - 6'
Water Depth: 3' - 6'
Kept/Released: / 1
Water Type: By the cave
Retrieve: Lift and Drop, Slow
2 12½"
Total: 2 fish


Cloudy X X X
Rain - Light X X
Rain - Heavy X
Medium - 10 to 15 knots X X X
Air Temp High/Low
42.0°F / 38.0°F
Wind Direction
Weather Front
Moon Phase
14% Full (Waxing crescent)

Other Patterns Tried

  • Chartruse/White Stike King double blade
  • Chrome/Blue Rat-l-trap floating


No hatch information for this outing.

Insect Seining

No seining information for this outing.

Fishing Partners

Big Al


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I went to thr lake today to see if the Bass were still responding to rubber worm near any submerged wood . They were but slow. in or around deeper water 5-10 feet deep. I have been nailing the bass here on a loose wobble crank bait for the last week or two and I was getting tierd of catching fish on cranks so I only came with a hand full of worms and a couple 1/8 oz. bullet waits. Although I only landed 2 fish I had bites slowly throughout the day and hooked and lost 4 other fish. If I was looking to catch more fish I would have brought the cranks with me I'm sure that they would still be productive, but I acheved what I wanted to do and had a great time doing it. My buddie tried a floating rat-l-trap but I don't think it went deep enogh for this time of year . He also tried a spinner bait with no luck either.