Hurricane Sandy is still hanging around the Mid Atlantic and Northeast, but the winds and rain have died down enough for everyone to start getting outside and assessing the damage. Tidal Fishers are talking about getting out and checking boats that were left in the water and those who pulled them making sure they are all in one piece and no trees or anything else fell on them.
Now the issue to keep an eye on is the water levels. In the Chesapeake Bay the thing to keep an eye on in addition to the tide levels, is the height of the Susquehanna River and all the water flowing down from the Chesapeake watershed that reaches far up into
New York. With all the water we can expect to see a lot of mud coming down the river and into the bay. If you want to monitor the Susquehanna water levels you can follow the Susquehanna River Conowingo Dam water level page.
The picture above on the right is a shot of the Ocean City, Maryland public boat ramp in west Ocean City. Tidal Fishers are posting pictures from all over the Chesapeake and along the Altantic coast. Tune into the Maryland Fishing Forum, Virginia Fishing Forum, Virginia Northern Neck Forum, and Mid Atlantic Offshore Fishing Forum for Hurricane Sandy reports and pictures form all parts of the region.
Fishing should be interesting over the next week, but we will keep you updated with fishing reports, news and happenings from around the region.
We hope everyone made it through the storm safely!
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