Thursday, April 30, 2009
April 29 and April 30, 2009 were just two more exciting days of successfully fishing for striped bass on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay! In the above picture are our newest customers who came out and had a great time with us, and caught their limit of Chesapeake Bay stripers in under two hours! The weather did not cooperate as well as we would have liked, with heavy winds out of the northeast, producing very rough sea conditions, but the captain and crew of the Sawyer overcame this huge obstacle. Just look at what they landed! A couple of those striped bass were 40 inches in length! We hope to see these fine folks again in the future.
The picture above shows what we did on Thursday, April 30. We had the pleasure of taking out some of our long-time customers. These guys have been with us ever since we started up full time in 1999. This was an absolutely perfect day of striper fishing on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay. The bay was just like a sheet of glass, as opposed to the day before, yet the fishing was still wide open. These folks had caught their limit before 9am! The striped bass that you see being held up in front of the youngster was 41 inches in length, 23 inches in girth, and weighed 32 pounds! The youngster wound it in with some help, and his father arranged to have the fish mounted by a taxidermist. We're very happy that we were able to give these guys to a good time, and we hope that we will continue to see these guys year after year.
For more rockin' fishing pictures such as the ones above, or for more information about booking a Chesapeake Bay fishing charter, go to http://www.sawyercharters.com/!