Loch Raven, MD

Below the small dam

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Outing Information

Start/End Time
12:oopm to 4:30pm
Best Fishing Time
Water Temp
Water Clarity
Clear - 5'+ visibility
Water Level
Brian Peacock



Fish Caught


Caught Avg Size Pattern Optional Fields
1 7" Chartreuse Mister Twister Curly Tail
1 9" Chartreuse Mister Twister Curly Tail
2 8"


Caught Avg Size Pattern Optional Fields
1 16" White Bomber(tm) Model B
1 16"

Largemouth Bass

Caught Avg Size Pattern Optional Fields
1 12" Chartreuse Mister Twister Curly Tail
1 16" Chartreuse Mister Twister Curly Tail
2 14"
Total: 5 fish


Mostly Sunny X X X
None X X X
Light - 5 to 10 knots X X X
Air Temp High/Low
45.0°F / 34.0°F
Wind Direction
Weather Front
Moon Phase
51% Full (Last quarter)

Other Patterns Tried

  • Peanut butter and Jelly 4.5 inch curly tail
  • Black ,White with Red feather ta Rapala X- Rap #8
  • Copper Pig and Spider Jig


No hatch information for this outing.

Insect Seining

No seining information for this outing.

Fishing Partners



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I came out today to see if the Largemouth were bitting at the dam. They have been bitting in the local ponds and small lakes so I figured that below the dam is kind of like a pond or a small lake so I should do pretty good. We got there around noon and started out slow . The Rapala X-Rap that I have been cathching bass on for the past week or so yeilded nothing. The water was really clear so I chose to down size my bait and I went wiyh a 1/8 oz. Chartruse mister twister actually I was trying to snatch a few crappie aswell. I saw a few bass and they would fallow the lure to the bottom and were very weiry. I caught 2 of them along with a couple of half way decsent Brim ( Bluegill ). No crappie showed themselfs today, still had a great time. Whip caught nothing but said he thought he had 2 pick ups on a 4" peanut butter and Jelly collored ruber worm with a slip ( Bullet ) weight texes style 1 o hook but was not quick enough to set hook. Could have been Bass or Bluegill or even rocks for all we know. I did try a medium diving crank bait ( White ) and foul hooked a shad in the gill plate, Opps...