Monday, November 2, 2009

Striper Fishing on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay - November 1, 2009

After another long, weather-induced absence, we were back out on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay for another exciting day of Maryland striped bass fishing action! We left the dock with a small group at around 6:30 this morning in search of some of those Maryland rockfish. The weather was not very cooperative with a 20-knot wind out of the north, rain, and cold temperatures. The fishing was not hot right away either. After going for several hours with just a couple of bites, even though the fish could be seen on the sonar, and birds were flying everywhere, we decided to pull up our lines and make a move. Sure enough, we found huge piles of birds, and they were on the fish! Within about one hour, we had our limit of Chesapeake Bay stripers! We were trolling the whole day with four lines, and once those rockfish decided to bite, it was all you wanted! The stripers seen in the above picture range between 18 and 26 inches in length!

We expect the Maryland striper fishing to remain good through this month and into next month! To reserve your date, get on over to!

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