Ken Penrod’s LOU Lo-Po 18 Inch Club

Ken Penrod's LOU Lo-Po 18 Inch Club

Clients carching 18″ and longer largemouth bass from the tidal Potomac are entered in the club. Winner gets a Lowrance Ti Sonar/GPS and one gets an Ardent Rod.

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Only went out with 2 Bigmouth Lures (spinnerbait and Big Shakey) and one rod. Caught 2 big ones including one slightly over 6 lbs. ... Read MoreHide

Only went out with 2 Bigmouth Lures (spinnerbait and Big Shakey) and one rod. Caught 2 big ones including one slightly over 6 lbs.Image attachment

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LOU Lo-Po Potomac River Largemouth Club

Some big ones were biting in March on the Potomac River. The Bigmouth Big Shakey in White with a black blade was the big producer in most cases. I put a swimbait trailer in back, dyed the tail red, cut the skirt back to the bend of the hook and cast it on pad flats. ... Read MoreHide

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LOU Lo-Po Potomac River Largemouth Club

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This exclusive Club is sponsored by Lowrance Electronics and Ardent Outdoors. An LOU client must catch an 18” or better largemouth from the Potomac River, while on an LOU guided trip to qualify. Congratulate the 2019 winners listed below. ... Read MoreHide

This exclusive Club is sponsored by Lowrance Electronics and Ardent Outdoors. An LOU client must catch an 18” or better largemouth from the Potomac River, while on an LOU guided trip to qualify. Congratulate the 2019 winners listed below.

Mike Kaufman was the lucky 2019 LoPo Club winner of the Ardent rod and reel via “draw.” CongratulationsMike. ... Read MoreHide

Mike Kaufman was the lucky 2019 LoPo Club winner of the Ardent rod and reel via “draw.” CongratulationsMike.

Garret Rolen wins the Prestigious 2019 LOU Lo-Po Potomac River Largemouth Bass Club contest with a mighty 22/inch beast. Good job Garrett. ... Read MoreHide

Garret Rolen wins the Prestigious 2019 LOU Lo-Po Potomac River Largemouth Bass Club contest with a mighty 22/inch beast. Good job Garrett.

It was a fine week for Lo-Po bass. If you want to get them out of this stuff I will (again) recommend the 7-6 med/heavy Ardent Edge with 40 lb Seaguar braid. The rod is s perfect combo of power and casting accuracy. There’s a reason you don’t want a broom stick but I’ll wait to tell u in Harrisburg. ... Read MoreHide

Big Lo-Po fish are where the food is located. ... Read MoreHide

Big Lo-Po fish are where the food is located.Image attachmentImage attachment

Give me a nasty, rainy, 25 mph east wind on a October Tuesday. Why? No one on the water. NO ONE !! - absolutely perfect and my new fishing pattern. Go when it’s nasty and claim the river. The 7-6 Ardent Med/heavy casting rod is the perfect combo of strength and casting accuracy. ... Read MoreHide

Give me a nasty, rainy, 25 mph east wind on a October Tuesday. Why? No one on the water. NO ONE !! - absolutely perfect and my new fishing pattern. Go when it’s nasty and claim the river. The 7-6 Ardent Med/heavy casting rod is the perfect combo of strength and casting accuracy.Image attachment

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Always a fun day when you got it to yourself

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It was a big week for Lo-Po bass. Dad and I had four on Thursday and I followed it up with another four on Friday. ... Read MoreHide

Shawn Johnston had a 18.5” and Haidar Karoum had two lo-po’s including big fish of the day 20.5”. ... Read MoreHide

This week - so far - has produced some really nice Lo-Po fish. ... Read MoreHide

Jim Whitt with two Lo-Po’s - the biggest being 19.5” - caught with KP3. ... Read MoreHide

Jim Whitt with two Lo-Po’s - the biggest being 19.5” - caught with KP3.

It’s still a little tough out there but when you find the right stuff and combine it with a little persistence - fall can produce some big fish. ... Read MoreHide

It’s still a little tough out there but when you find the right stuff and combine it with a little persistence - fall can produce some big fish.Image attachment

I laugh when guys say “I don’t fish community holes”. Only guys that think bass fishing started when they got to the river would be so naive. I keep the “bible” in my boat so I can find some “new” stuff. ... Read MoreHide

I laugh when guys say “I don’t fish community holes”. Only guys that think bass fishing started when they got to the river would be so naive. I keep the “bible” in my boat so I can find some “new” stuff.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Perhaps the New Testament of the Potomac River Bible isn’t that far away.

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