Tuesday, April 28, 2009

More Fishing for Maryland Chesapeake Bay Striped Bass - Apr. 27-28, 2009

Yeah, you guessed it. More trophy Maryland rockfish caught in the Chesapeake Bay! Just check out these beautiful striped bass. The above picture is from Monday, April 27, 2009. It was another solid day for us, fishing for striped bass on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay! We had to wait them out through the morning, but those fish finally got their act together. As we were getting our lines pulled up to end the day, we had five lines go down at one time! Just check out what these long-time customers came away with! Everybody went home with a fish!

Check out what these guys did today in the picture above, fishing for striped bass on the Chesapeake Bay! The day started out with very calm seas and a hard-flowing flood current. We picked up three trophy stripers right away. Then, as the current slacked up, the fishing petered out a bit. We had a few hits that didn't materialize, but we waited them out. Then, the wind picked up out of the west, and the current started to flow down the Chesapeake Bay. At this point, the fishing picked up big time, and about an hour later, we had our limit! Check out the trophy Maryland rockfish that these guys came home with! The one on the far left was 43 inches long! This is the first time that these guys paid us a visit. We are very hopeful that we will see them again!

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