Friday, October 9, 2009

Striped Bass and Bluefish on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay - October 8, 2009

Today was another great day for us, fishing on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay! We got off to a bumpy start, with strong northwest winds producing 3-foot swells, and an ebb current that just would not quit. The fishing was slow at first, as we had to move a couple of times in search of those elusive rockfish. However, once the wind died down and the current slacked up, the stripers came alive! Once this happened, it didn't take long to catch our limit of rockfish! By noon, we had our limit of Maryland striped bass, along with a limit of bluefish! We're still using live spot to catch our fish, and we expect the Chesapeake Bay striper fishing to only get better in the foreseeable future!

We still have plenty of dates available between now and the end of the season in December! To reserve your spot, get on over to!

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