Published on 07-18-2014 11:30 PM
Livelining continues to come on strong as anglers are using live spot to catch plenty of rockfish at traditional locations including the Hill, Poplar Island, and around the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Anglers Fishing Center said chummers have scored with rockfish in 25 to 30 feet of water at Podickory and Hacketts. Croaker have been biting in 10 to 25 feet of water. White perch are schooled up in creeks and rivers and can be taken on spinners and other small lures and baits fished in the shallows.
Captain Walleye Pete at Four Seasons Guide Service and Light Tackle Charter has been targeting rockfish as far up the bay as the Deale area, as he’s convinced that there have been very few keeper stripers south of Poplar Island. However, he has also fished the shallows around the Eastern Shore islands and the structure on the Middle Grounds out of Point Lookout, where his anglers have hooked blues to