Blog posts about fishing in the Chesapeake Bay and/or its tributaries
Originally Posted by Cqaptain Crunch
Gee it is simple---- if a recreational angler takes 2 fish over what is allowed---and there are so many more R Anglers than Commercial Anglers, then the impact is significant. Reverse that and some greedy jerk cheats with G-Nets it is also significant. The long debate never changes--we depending on who we are blindley stick to their guns. Rockfish like all resources are finite !!! What I am sick of is the turf wars over a limited resource----and jerks no matter what side of the question.
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 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
Hey guys, Im gonna go out fishing launching from the Magothy and unfortunately I have not purchased a depth finder for my boat yet. I was hoping to get some tips on where to go to catch some rockfish. Thanks
Originally Posted by Capt Luke
We had a last minute cancellation for tomorrows afternoon trip 1-7 p.m. We will be fishing with Capt. Randy Dean on the 42 Evans "Bay Hunter" out of Rod n Reel in Chesapeake Beach. We have 3 people confirmed and have room for 5 more.
Cost is $125 per person
Call Capt Randy Dean at 410 259 9496 or Capt Luke Thatcher at 301 643 5775
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