A friend of mine and I tried to fish south of the hole in the wall (Gwynns Island) on Wednesday. It seemed that every inch of the shoreline was covered for five miles south with commercial gill netters to the point that is was difficult to navigate the shoreline. We managed to catch a few small fish, but it was a wonder that "any" fish could navigate around the endless line of nets. We wonder how long will the commercial gill net season last and who is in charge of regulating the use of the nets.
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Originally Posted by Vietpimp999
When people talking around the rock piles ware they talking about the 2 rock piles under the bridge ? Thanks . Tommy
When we talk about the “ROCK PILE” we are referring to the rocks that are at the main channel of the old bay bridge.
Originally Posted by Finprof
I could have posted the same report from Saturday. It was drop and reel on dinks two at a time. I had a teaser fly above a stingsilver and would have two dinks on as soon as it hit the water. There were several sets of breakers between St Michaels and Poplar and I had to stop and try at every one.
Sunday it was looking like a storm so I stayed close to home and tried for perch since I had two not very experienced visitors who wanted to catch something. They got lots of perch from
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