Sunday, August 30, 2009

Chesapeake Bay Croaker Fishing - August 29, 2009

After a very long absence, once again, mostly weather-related, we were back out on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay doing what we do best, catching fish. As has been the case for the past few weeks, we were out in search of croakers, bottom-fishing. Our group of six left Hoopers Island a little after six in the evening. We anchored up in our normal fishing spot, and when the sun hit the trees, the fishing took off. They started biting at around 8:30, and two hours later, we had landed 140 croakers, just short of our legal limit! We also caught about a dozen bluefish. The croakers are still good size, ranging between 13 and 18 inches in length.

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