Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Spanish Mackerel on the Chesapeake Bay!

July 27, 2010

Pictured above is our first Spanish mackerel for 2010! We caught this while fishing the Chesapeake Bay for bluefish. This one was a beauty at 24 inches long, and about 5pounds! This is an encouraging sign, as we hope to see more of these in the near future.

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Bluefish Are Back!

July 17, 2010

Today, we went down the Chesapeake Bay for some bluefish action. We, along with our group of eight, were not disappointed. It was the perfect day for bluefish hunting, with hot weather and calm water. We trolled around for a few hours, and caught about 70 Chesapeake Bay bluefish, just a few short of our legal limit. There were several times where we had every line hook up at once! These fish were not huge, but they were the perfect size for eating, about one pound each. As soon as the wind picked up out of the south, the fishing slowed down some, but by then, we already had a nice catch!

We have a lot of dates open if you're interested in a day on the Bay! Check out our website at or give us a call at (410) 397-3743!

Monday, July 12, 2010

Maryland Striper Fishing Report

July 11, 2010

It was a beautiful day of fishing on the Chesapeake Bay in spite of forecasts for high winds and nasty sea conditions. The bay was just about flat, making it easy to see piles of breaking stripers! We put out our trolling rods, and the action was wide open for most of the afternoon. This great crew pictured above easily caught their limit of Chesapeake Bay rockfish, and had a lot of fun doing it. We caught a lot of smaller fish that had to be put back, but all in all, it was fun, action-packed day! Thanks a lot, guys!

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Chesapeake Bay Striped Bass Fishing

July 2, 2010

Today was another great day of Chesapeake Bay fishing action! We had a group of 15 fishermen on the boat with us today, and we were once again hunting those elusive Maryland rockfish. As soon as we arrived at the fishing grounds, piles of breaking striped bass could be seen everywhere, with birds all over them, showing us where they were. We broke out the trolling gear, and by the time it was all over with, we had our legal limit of Chesapeake Bay striped bass! It took us all afternoon, but we got the job done! The Bay at first was quite rough due to a strong north wind, but as soon as the ebb current slowed down, the wind fell out, and at the end of the day, the Bay was like a sheet of glass! A very fitting ending to a great day of fishing!