Monday, June 28, 2010

Maryland Charter Fishing Report

June 27, 2010

It was another very hot day on the Chesapeake, as we left the dock bright and early in the morning with a group of eight guys. When we got to the fishing grounds, we could see piles of breaking bait fish everywhere. We broke out the trolling lines and trolled around some of those piles, but came up empty. We went to where we caught our stripers yesterday, and tried some live-lining, but to no avail. We started to move north when we started to see piles of breaking fish again. We put the trolling lines back out, and we started to catch fish! Sometimes, we had two fish on at one time! We were catching fish right along until we had one big fish on that broke the line before we could get it in the boat. Then, we also had a couple that spit the hook out as soon as they came up. Other than that, it was a great day of fishing. Our eight fishermen came up just a couple of fish short of their legal limit. They had a very nice catch!

Chesapeake Bay Charter Fishing

June 26, 2010

We left the dock this afternoon with a group of eight, in search of more Chesapeake Bay fishing action, and we were not disappointed. Today was the first time this season that we caught our limit of Maryland rockfish on live bait! When we arrived at the fishing grounds, we could see the stripers on our sonar stacked right up, perfect conditions for fishing with live bait! Within just two hours of fishing, we had our legal limit of Chesapeake Bay striped bass! They all ranged between 18 and 24inches in length.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Maryland Striper Fishing Report

June 24, 2010

Boy, was it hot today or what? We left Hoopers Island bright and early today on one of our world famous Maryland fishing charters. Fortunately, after a few slow days, the fishing was just as hot as the weather! As soon as we got out into the Chesapeake Bay, we saw piles of stripers breaking the water surface everywhere! We put out our trolling lines, and started catching almost right away! Within just a few hours, our group of seven fishermen had their limit of Chesapeake Bay rockfish! A couple of times, we had three fish on at one time! They were all beautiful fish, ranging between 19 and 27 inches in length! These guys had a blast and we hope to see them again soon!

Reserve your Maryland fishing adventure today!

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Striper Fishing

June 19, 2010

We left Hoopers Island early this afternoon on one of our Maryland fishing charters, going after those prized Chesapeake Bay rockfish. We started out fishing with live bait, but this didn't work so well due to a hard-running current against a hard wind out of the south, making the boat cut and shear, and causing one tangle after another. After trying this for about an hour, we broke out the trolling gear. Over the next few hours, we picked away until our group of nine ended up with 18 beautiful Chesapeake Bay stripers, making a full legal limit! These were some pretty fish, ranging between 18 and 28 inches in length. We got in just past sundown, so no picture was taken.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Maryland Fishing Report

Maryland Fishing Report: June 15, 2010

After over a week of sub-par weather and fishing conditions, we were back at it on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay, in hot pursuit of Maryland striped bass. Today, we were chumming, and the fishing starting out was wide open, as we caught about 15 Chesapeake Bay rockfish within the first hour. Then, we had to wait them out while the current changed direction and began to run again. We picked at them here and there until the current got running again, when we had another nice flurry of action. That was all we needed to catch a full limit of Maryland rockfish for 15 fishermen! These fish were between 18 and 24 inches in length. Everybody had a great time!

Monday, June 7, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Fishing Report

June 6, 2010

We left Hoopers Island this morning with a fine couple on one of our Chesapeake Bay fishing charters, and as has been the case recently, they came up with a pretty nice catch of Maryland striped bass! The biggest fish was 33 inches long, and another one was 30 inches in length! The first fish that we caught was on as soon as we put the first line out! You couldn't have asked the weather to be any nicer than it was! It was a great day of fishing.

Maryland Striper Fishing

June 5, 2010

Today, we were back out on the Chesapeake Bay, in hot pursuit of those Maryland rockfish. We left the dock early in the afternoon with a group of nine. Within four hours or so of fishing, we had our limit of Chesapeake Bay striped bass! These fish ranged anywhere from 18 to 24 inches in length. These were caught while trolling. No picture today, as we got in a bit late.

Chesapeake Bay Croaker Fishing!

June 4, 2010

Today, we decided to take a break from the Maryland striper fishing, in favor of some Chesapeake Bay croaker fishing. We left the dock mid-afternoon, and started catching as soon as we put our lines over. As the day progressed into the evening, we moved around a bit and continued to catch. By the time it was over with, our group of seven ended up with over 120 croakers! The croaker fishing should only get better over the next few weeks! Stay tuned!

We still have plenty of dates available for fishing this summer. Reserve your Chesapeake Bay fishing charter today by giving us a call at (410) 397-3743!

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Striped Bass Fishing Charters!

We left Hoopers Island bright and early this morning for another Maryland striper fishing adventure. It was another beautiful day with light winds, producing calm seas. Chumming was our preferred method of attack today, and it turned out to be quite successful as seen in the picture above. It wasn't fast and furious by any stretch, but we picked away until we had our full legal limit of Maryland rockfish! These fish ranged between 18 and 24 inches long. It was a wonderful day of fishing, and we'd like to thank these fine folks for joining us!