These snakeheads are like the commie liberals who also reside near the Potomac; if you make the mistake of bringing them in, they are damn near impossible to get rid of…
In-Fisherman: The northern snakehead population in the Potomac River and its tributaries has multiplied dramatically since they were first discovered in 2004. In fact, a world-record northern snakehead, weighing 18.37-pounds, was caught in May of 2012 on the Occoquan River, which is a tributary to the Potomac.
Captain Steve Chaconas, who is the proprietor of the National Bass Guide Service in Alexandria,Virginia, and a snakehead enthusiast, says the Potomac’s snakehead fishing provides anglers with some of the most exhilarating topwater fishing that they will ever encounter.
According to Chaconas, April through September are the best months of the year for anglers to pursue the snakeheads that abide in the Potomac River… Keep Reading