Launched out of Leesylvania SP at 9:30 a.m. Weather was clear and cool, but warming. Decided to check on the Yellow Perch spawn progress (yeah, I know it's a little early) and headed up the Occoquan River. The wind made it difficult to hold in one spot with the trolling motor while jigging so I anchored off the main channel in 14 ft of water. I did see loads of fish on the electronics and managed to boat 6 Perch, the largest was an 11 inch male, the others, a little smaller and all males. Water temp. there was 36.4 degrees. Decided to try for catfish so I ran to a dependable hole...it was partially covered in ice with water temps hovering at 33.6 degrees. Once again the wind made it hard to hold anchor but I did manage to get two rods in...and they sat there undisturbed for 45 minutes. I finally had enough of the wind and called it a day. Off the water at 1:30 p.m.