Sunday, November 29, 2009

Catching Rockfish on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay - November 28, 2009

We left Hoopers Island today at around 6am in search of some more trophy Maryland striped bass on the Chesapeake Bay. The fishing was really slow starting out, with unpleasant sea conditions, produced by a heavy northwest wind. However, as the wind moderated and the current began to slack up, the fish began to bite. We picked at them, one at a time, and had a couple get away. By the time it was over with, we had put in a full day and came in just one fish short of our legal limit. These stripers ranged between 32 and 42 inches in length! No picture today as it was too dark by the time we got in.

Time is running out for 2009! Book your Chesapeake Bay fishing charter today! Visit!

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