This will be the coldest week of the season thus far as water temperatures only get to 40 and possibly cooler later in the week.
Last week’s winds left the Potomac a bit muddy, making for a tough week ahead. Water temperatures will be 44 or lower.
Getting close to winter patterns with fish staying in 4-10 feet depths. Midday high tides and water temperatures dropping to the low to mid 40s should put fish very close to drops.
Tides will be low in the morning, high midday and falling later in the day. Fish are on drops in water 6 to 10 feet deep. Watch water temps, moving shallower when it gets over 45!