Hunting Down the FRANKENFISH in Washington D.C. (Bank Fishing the Tidal Basin)

Hunting Down the FRANKENFISH in Washington D.C. (Bank Fishing the Tidal Basin)
Out fishing for the elusive MONSTER snakehead in Washington D.C.! Last time I visited the Tidal Basin, I caught virtually every fish that swims there except for the invasive “Frankenfish.” After seeing several giants swimming about last time, I had a single goal in mind for today — CATCH A 10 POUND SNAKEHEAD!!!

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Rod/Reel/Line/Lures used:

-Large and medium shiners
-Gamakatsu Wide Gap Finesse Hook Weedless (size 2)

-Suffix 832 (6lb and 10 lb) braid (Affiliate)
-Seaguar Tatsu fluorocarbon (15 lb – leader) (Affiliate)

-Favorite White Bird 6’8″ med/light fast
-Shimano Stradic Ci4+

-Favorite Rush 7’0″ med/fast
-Shimano Stradic Ci4+

-G loomis GLX 6’6″ med/fast
-Team Daiwa Tierra


Location: Tidal Basin in Washington D.C.
Date: July 10th, 2017
Primary Pattern: Targeting slow pools eddy’s around current
Time Fished: 7:30 am – 1:30 pm
Air Temp: High of 86 degrees
Water Temp: 77 degrees
Water Clarity: 20 – 26 inches
Conditions: Partly cloudy with winds from the South up to 9 mph


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