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    by Published on 07-23-2015 05:11 AM
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    "We are jigging and swimming Lil Jimmy bucktails and 5-inch swim baits on structure in 20 to 30 feet of water in the main stem of the bay," Captain Richie Gaines at Angler's Connection Guide Service said. Fish have been on the move, making them somewhat difficult to locate at times. Captain Richie said rockfish have established their summer pattern of hanging out on structure in the ...
    Published on 06-19-2015 09:48 PM
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    Flounder fishing has taken off. The largest flounder are right where they are supposed to be, at the CBBT. Flounder weighing over ten pounds were caught both by live-baiters and wire-liners this week. Flounder are also being caught in the Back River Reef area, 36A, Hampton Bar, in the York River, inside the seaside inlets of the Eastern Shore, and some have begun to show at the ...
    Published on 06-19-2015 07:09 PM
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    In the upper bay in and around the mouth of the Susquehanna River and into the Susquehanna Flats white perch fishing has been good along with the summer largemouth. You can find striped bass in early mornings and evenings mostly along the shorelines and drop offs. Mid day heat has these fish going deeper and harder to find.

    The middle bay appears to be where all the hot fishing action can be found in Marylandís Chesapeake ...
    by Published on 06-04-2015 02:30 PM
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    Fishing is good around Marylandís Chesapeake Bay and tributaries this week. An interesting catch this week occurred above the bay bridge when a cobia was caught in the Love Point area. Read about it on the Maryland fishing message board.

    In the upper bay in and around the mouth of the Susquehanna River and into the flats white perch fishing has been good. The occasional striper is being caught, with most of the action in and around the shorelines in early morning and late evening.

    Middle bay anglers are enjoying some success with striped bass in and around ...
    Published on 06-04-2015 01:21 PM
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    Virginia fishing is just about wide open inshore and offshore.

    Capt. Ken said that the yellowfin and bigeye tuna have shown in the Norfolk Canyon area. Deep-dropping remains very good for blueline and golden tilefish. Sea bass can be found mixed in with the bluelines or on the ocean wrecks.

    Spadefish have shown at the Chesapeake Light Tower and at some of the other inshore structures. Some really large sheepshead have been caught at the ...

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