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    Capt Nick not so on the Potomac via PRFC. 10 per day per person.

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    If they did that up here , we'd have great crappie fishing in most of the upper bay fresh water tidal rivers. Every bucket shore fisherman tries to get a 5 gal. bucket full every day + the netters . I know a netter that caught $17 k worth of crappie in one month. It's hard to believe that we have any left up here. I remember a local upper western shore crappie netter that told me he sold them to the state to stock the eastern shore ponds and rivers with back in the early 70s . I guess they thought we would like to drive to eastern shore to catch the fish that were in our local rivers ?
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    One day at the Fish Market I saw a basket of crappie with a sign that read "Crappie 1.00 a pound."
    The man behind the counter said he should have never bought them since he could not sell them. Next day back at Fish Market for some more bait I saw the same bucket almost empty with a sign that read "Rainbow perch 4.00 per pound" and he was dragging out another basket to restock it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptMikeStarrett View Post
    One day at the Fish Market I saw a basket of crappie with a sign that read "Crappie 1.00 a pound."
    The man behind the counter said he should have never bought them since he could not sell them. Next day back at Fish Market for some more bait I saw the same bucket almost empty with a sign that read "Rainbow perch 4.00 per pound" and he was dragging out another basket to restock it.

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    Were you at the Wharf Mike? Many fish are mislabeled and crappie is not a very appitizing name. If Sonny knew that, someone wouldn't have a job...........Gary

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    First boat out front by old parking area. Not Sonny's boat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptMikeStarrett View Post
    First boat out front by old parking area. Not Sonny's boat.

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    👍good........ Gary

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capt.Nick View Post
    If they did that up here , we'd have great crappie fishing in most of the upper bay fresh water tidal rivers. Every bucket shore fisherman tries to get a 5 gal. bucket full every day + the netters . I know a netter that caught $17 k worth of crappie in one month. It's hard to believe that we have any left up here. I remember a local upper western shore crappie netter that told me he sold them to the state to stock the eastern shore ponds and rivers with back in the early 70s . I guess they thought we would like to drive to eastern shore to catch the fish that were in our local rivers ?
    That is not true that every bucket shore fisherman tries to get a five gallon bucket full every day. Most people I see catching crappie or any pan fish only keep some, like 4 or five to eat and then they might catch and release or stop fishing. I know there are some people that do try to catch a load of fish, BUT NOT EVERY shore fisherman like you said. Some of the things you say. WOW! By the way CAPT. I am the only one on this fishing forum that fishes every day. Could you be talking about me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andypat View Post
    That is not true that every bucket shore fisherman tries to get a five gallon bucket full every day. Most people I see catching crappie or any pan fish only keep some, like 4 or five to eat and then they might catch and release or stop fishing. I know there are some people that do try to catch a load of fish, BUT NOT EVERY shore fisherman like you said. Some of the things you say. WOW! By the way CAPT. I am the only one on this fishing forum that fishes every day. Could you be talking about me?
    I saw Andy fishing and he had a10 gallon bucket so full of fish he couldn't get the lid on and fish were jumping out!😅🤣😅 Actually, every report I have read is the 5 gallon bucket is to sit on as he catches and releases.... .....Gary

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    Someone mentioned the Magothy River.....but I've only ever caught White perch and Rockfish there?

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    You all know crappie spawn 2 times a year. And they are pan fish. And a limit on pan fish is ridiculous.sorry but thats my opinion . And opinions are like ass holes everyone has one😱

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