Little Bull Run Fishing Report near Sudley, Virginia
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This appears to be a great fishery for both largemouth and...
by Tight Lines
on September 11th
This appears to be a great fishery for both largemouth and smallmouth bass. Most of the bass I caught here were around 14 inches or so, but the smallmouth I caught here were some of the strongest Ive ever caught. Additionally, Ive seen people catch a 4lb largemouth out of here and ive seen a big largemouth swimming near a fallen tree here.
In my experience fishing here in the summer, slow moving/slack water near current with cover appears to be key for the largemouth while the smallies are very near or pretty much in the current (though they do hold behind rocks or things to conserve energy). Spinnerbaits and senko type lures worked well for both the largemouth and smallmouth.
Also, the mud here can be quite slippery when it rains, so please be aware.
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