Sunday, May 31, 2009
Friday, May 29, 2009
We still have plenty of open dates for anyone who is interested in light tackle action for rockfish, striped bass, bluefish, croakers, and more for the months of June, July, and beyond! For more information, get on over to http://www.sawyercharters.com/!
Sunday, May 24, 2009
Friday, May 22, 2009
After a long absence, it was good to be back out yesterday, fishing on the Chesapeake Bay! We don't have any pictures as we didn't get back to the dock until dark, but we did very well, catching some of these beautiful Chesapeake Bay Maryland summer striped bass, 18"-24" in length! Some of them were over 30", so the big fish are still around. It's just a matter of finding them.
Hook up with us for the best Chesapeake Bay fishing that Maryland has to offer! Also, be on the lookout for croakers and bluefish in the very near future. We have plenty of dates available! Get on over to http://www.sawyercharters.com/!
Saturday, May 16, 2009
For more information, or to book a trip for light tackle action later this summer, go to http://www.sawyercharters.com/!
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Yesterday was another great day of fishing for Maryland Striped Bass on the Chesapeake Bay! This group of six, pictured below, caught their limit of Chesapeake Bay rockfish before 9am. There was a bit of a chop on the water, which helped the baits bounce around a bit, attracting our catch for the day. Most of the fish in this picture are in the 36-40 inch range! What a day!
It should also be mentioned that these guys are charter boat captains elsewhere. They know where to go for quality fishing! To see more pictures like this, and for more information, get on over to http://www.sawyercharters.com/!
Monday, May 11, 2009
It was kind of tough to get everyone in on this picture, but I think you get the idea! These guys all left very happy, and they already plan to see us again! Mission Accomplished! Check us out on the web at http://www.sawyercharters.com/!
Sunday, May 10, 2009
Some of these fish were over 40 inches long! This is the first time that these guys came down to see us. They have already arranged to see us again, and we can't wait! We still have May 14 available for anyone who wants to try out these massive stripers! For more information, get on over to http://www.sawyercharters.com/!
Saturday, May 9, 2009
Thursday, May 7, 2009
The above picture is from yesterday, May 6, 2009. Surprise, surprise! Another full limit of Maryland Striped Bass on the Chesapeake Bay! From a weather standpoint, the day was absolutely beautiful. The Bay was calm all day long. The fishing was slow starting out, with another very hard-running ebb current. Once the current slacked off, the fishing picked up. We had to wait these stripers out today, but between 10am and 1pm, we had our limit. Some of these rockfish, were of pretty good size. The one in the center was 42" long! As you can see, he was having a lot of fun trying to hold onto it! A couple of others in that picture were around 40" long!The picture above shows what happened today. This was the fastest fishing that we've had in quite some time! We had our limit in about one hour! We made one circle out in the Chesapeake Bay, and caught what we needed! As you can see, these are some beautiful Chesapeake Bay striped bass. Hopefully, we will be seeing these guys again sometime soon!
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
In the picture above, you will see what our crew did from yesterday. It was an overcast, foggy day for much of the morning. The current of the Chesapeake Bay was running very hard down the Bay. We caught our first Chesapeake Bay striped bass as we were putting out our lines. We caught another one shortly after we had everything out. Then, it slowed down for quite a while. Then, when the current started to go the other way, and the fog lifted some, we had five lines all go down at once! We landed all of the fish and we had our legal limit of Maryland rockfish before 11am! They all ranged anywhere from 32" to 40" in length! These guys were all very happy when they left and we hope to see them again soon!
The picture above shows what we did today! We got off to a slow start due to a hard-running ebb current and a pretty sharp north wind on the Chesapeake Bay, causing rough sea conditions. However, as soon as the current changed direction, the wind died down, and the fish came alive! Just check out what these happy fishermen came out with! At around 10:30 this morning, we spotted some bait on our fish finder, took a sharp turn, and had three on at one time! Not long after that, we had two more Maryland stripers hook up simultaneously. Then, we gradually picked at it until we had our legal limit of Chesapeake Bay rockfish! As is the case with many of our customers, these are some long-time customers who keep coming back to us year after year. We're looking forward to seeing them again.
For anyone who might be interested in catching some of these mammoth stripers, we still have May 14 available. We do expect to book it, so if you want it, go to http://www.sawyercharters.com/ pronto!