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I live in Norther Virgina and I'm looking for a few local fishing spots for crappie, bluegill and other fresh water pan fish. Does anyone have any suggestions or ideas?:rolleyes:
 

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There's a place in Boyds, MD (I think that's how you spell it) called Little Seneca Lake. There's lots of fish in here and bluegills can be caught nonstop during the summer months. There's also Little Seneca Creek as well not too far away. At these locations, bluegills and crappie can be caught nonstop on worms, flies or small jigs. Great place if you want to take any new fisher people :D
 

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SPRING CRAPPIE HOTSPOTS NEAR BALTIMORE
Getting ready to launch the boat for some Spring crappies. Here is a listing of some of the reservoirs around the Baltimore area that harbor crappies:

Triadelphia Reservoir - 800 acres, Howard-Montgomery Co. border, W of Columbia; largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, striped bass, northern pike, tiger muskellunge, walleye, crappie, channel catfish, yellow perch, white perch, bluegill and carp. For more information, call 301-774-9124.

Loch Raven Reservoir - Baltimore Co.; Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, bluegill, white perch, crappie, chain pickerel, walleye, catfish, yellow perch, and northern pike. Boat rentals. For boat permits and information call 410-887-7692.

Prettyboy Reservoir - N Baltimore Co.; Largemouth and smallmouth bass, crappie, channel catfish, yellow perch and bluegill sunfish. For boat permits and information call 410-795-6150.

Get the boat ready, put on the new crappie jigs, and get the live bait containers ready!
 

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If you want to make the trip to southern Virginia, it would be worth making to go to Kerr Reservoir, a 50,000 acre lake. It has bass, crappie, and many other species and it is a great lake.
 

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yea i live in northern virginia to. Im not into crappie and bluegill that much but i have caught some good bass around here. Lake fairfax is decent. I have a secret lake thats pretty good, caught a bunch of large mouth there. Then there potomac river. The potomac is realllly good for small mouth bass and sunfish.
 

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There is a good spot for crappie in Ft.Washington calles Swann Creek. Ive seen some huge crappie come out of there. you take MD 210 towards Ft Washington, You make a right at the exit for Ft.Washington Park, Take that road until you come to one of those traffic circles where you will make a right on swann creek road. Ride that road until you come to a little bridge. Park anywhere near the bridge and then you can fish anywhere near that bridge. That spot is crappie heaven.


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