Had our best day yet. 15 fish, 8 of them between 30 and 40 lbs with the biggest being 42 lbs. The smallest fish was still well over 10 lbs. 13 of them came within 90 minutes out of a spot we have now classified DOUBLE DOG SECRET. If we get on that spot in a tournament - we've got a chance!! Of note, 90% of the fish came betwen 1130 AM and 1 PM. We haven't started keeping notes yet but that seems to be the case since we started fishing the Potomac in October. Anybody else seen the same thing - I can't help but think they are moving somewhere we ain't after about 1 PM. Are they deeper or shallower? The tide was pretty slack during that period but I've heard most guys say they do better when the tide is ripping, our experience seems to be the opposite. Any advice would be apperciated - and NO, I'm not giving up our new spot -LOL!! Nice day out - wasn't all that cold - had the river almost to ourselves. Talked to a Bass guy who had caught a 35" blue on a crank bait!! Nathan should have the pictures up soon. On an unrelated topic - how many of you who fish the Upper Potomac flush your outboard after you get off the water?? Due to neighborhood rules I have to keep my boat in a storage lot and rarely get a chance to flush it with tap water when I get home.