Fall Bass Fishing at Centennial Lake in MD 9/30/15



Big bass of the day at – 0:50
Lures Used: War Eagle buzzbait (1/2 ounce, black/gold), Strike King red eye shad (1/2 ounce, firetiger)

Rod/Reel/Line used: Lew’s BB-1 Pro Series Speed Spool (7:1:1 – 30 lb suffix 832 braid, 20 lb suffix siege leader) with a Lew’s Speed Stick Lite HM85 6’8 ML/fast

Location: Centennial Lake in Ellicott City, Maryland
Date: September 30th, 2015
Primary Pattern: Fishing reaction baits in 2-4 feet of water
Time Fished: 4:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Air Temp: High of 67 degrees, low of 64 degrees
Water Temp: 71 degrees
Water Clarity: 12 inches
Conditions: Overcast with winds from the NNW up to 12 mph
Hatcam Used: Gopro hero 4 silver (1080p, 60 FPS, medium FOV) – chesty + external audio
Scale Used: Xtoolz grip-n-weigh (now discontinued :/)

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Overview – Had a quick evening session to pre-fish centennial lake for a bank fishing tournament that weekend. The tournament was actually held by one of my subscribers, Aiden Ford. Stay tuned for tournament footage coming 10/8/15!

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20 thoughts on “Fall Bass Fishing at Centennial Lake in MD 9/30/15

  1. Nice! You really wanna try losing those barbs though mate. So long as hat lines tight there is no reason the fish can get off. Plus the hooks actually go in deeper too.
    Anyway, good luck and keep them coming!

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