Monday, April 26, 2010
Today was another successful day of Chesapeake Bay striped bass fishing! It didn't start out that way as we left about a half-hour late, causing us to miss the early bite. We caught one Maryland striper right away, but then we hit about a 1-2 hour lull where we didn't catch anything due most likely to a slack current on the Chesapeake Bay. When the current picked back up, those Maryland rockfish started to bite again, and they bit with a vengeance! A couple of times during the trip, we had three Chesapeake Bay rockfish on at one time! Within an hour of when the fish started to bite, we had our limit. The biggest today was about 41 inches!
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