Originally Posted by BunkysCharters
We have weekend private charters available for Saturday November 2nd, Sunday November 10, Saturday November 23 and Sunday November 24. There is also availability Monday thru Friday. These fishing trips will be trolling for rockfish in the Chesapeake Bay.
We offer a Trolling for Rockfish Head Boat.
There are still some openings on the following dates:
-Saturday November 2nd, 7am-1pm, 2 spots left
-Thursday November 7th, 6am-Noon, 7 spots left
I am shopping for a 23-25 ft CC and have seen a few I like that exceed Maryland's max width before requiring a permit. Has anyone had an issue with trailering a 9 ft beam boat? I live in Queenstown and want to be able to trailer to the CBBT, OC, as well as other launches around the state. Also is there a yearly fee/permit that allows you to exceed the limit?
Originally Posted by Chesapeake rock
Originally Posted by thill
This thread is not about complaining or gloom and doom.
I've chased stripers from the Carolinas to Cape Cod since the end of the moratorium. I've been watching the changes in the fishery, and the pattern I've seen is EXACTLY what more experienced fisherman have told me I would see. That fact is pretty hard to ignore.
It's not about whether or not someone in a certain area is having a good year or not. I always have a good year. But it becomes more work every year
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I haven't been surf fishing since i was a kid and can't wait to sit on the beach with a rod. That being said, I would like to actually catch something if possible. Should i be using bottom rigs with cut bunker and/or peeler crab or clam? Or should i be using buck tails with sassy shads if i want to catch stripers or drum?
thanks in advance
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