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Justin86

Hello I'm From Richmond,va Lets Talk About The Chickahominy

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I've been fishing for round 15yrs and fishing 12 of them on the chick man its been rough out there the last couple years any advice for the lake side of the dam or the river would be greatly accepted!!!!!!

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Welcome to the forums!
 

Jeff

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Welcome to Bass Resource!

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Greetings and Welcome :)

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Welcome................

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Chick River is overfished.

 

Chick Lake has too much grass.

 

Otherwise, both are great places to wet a line.

 

Please introduce yourself in the Introductions Section.

 

On the Chick you 1) don't waste your time if the wind is from the east; fish the creeks; hit all of the pads; watch out for the VDG&IF conservation officers in the big creeks as they are issuing tickets for going too fast within 50-feet of a pier, dock or moored boat.

 

You can still catch those big Florida strain bass in the Chick River but they are few and far between. Just hit all the pads, wood, Cyprus trees, docks, piers and the creeks. The main river can be good depending on the tide and clarity.

 

When you go on the Chick River don't forget to check the tide charts. As you know, a falling tide is best on the Chick River.

 

Be patient and keep on chucking.

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Thanks for the welcome everybody and thanks for the tips its just been tight like this the past couple of years on the chick.lake and river I used to do very well on both I just landed a 6-1/4lb yesterday evening and then all dinks.

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Is there a way to get alerts when there is a replay or post of interest to my phone?

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Welcome home!

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Welcome, Justin!

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