Category: Chesapeake Bay Fishing Reports

Week 1 review 2015

While there were some tough trips over the last week where we worked our butts off and only managed a few bites, fishing starting Thursday has drastically improved.  Thursday afternoon actually was a very impressive catch even compared to some of the best days of Springs past.  The slot limit has been difficult some days,… Read more »

April 17, 2011

It looks like the 2011 Spring Trophy Season is going to be an excellent one, with great catches on day one and day two.  Colder water temps and an abundance of bait in our waters should ensure that our stock of migratory Trophy Striped Bass will be in our area for a while (hopefully till… Read more »

Captains Log December 04′

On December 17th, 2004, Miss Susie and crew headed south to try the late December striper fishing at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. During the days that followed, we sought to learn the new waters and charter a few light tackle fishing trips. First mate Francis Zell brought a good deal of CBBT light tackle… Read more »

Captains Log November 05′

November has been a interesting month on the Chesapeake Bay. The big fish bite was good for a few days early and then the bite got really slow for about a week, there were a few days where the high boat at the charter dock only had 3 or 4 fish. The 18th and the… Read more »

Captains Log October 05′

The Fishing over the last four weeks for Rockfish has been excellent. We have been using live Spot and easily catching our limit of two Rockfish over 18″ per person. In fact the fishing has been so good that it is taking less than hour to catch our fish. Since “live lined” Rockfish take the… Read more »

Captains Log June 05′

Friday May 27 was our last day of catching the Trophy Rockfish trolling. On that day, we easily caught our limit or trophies on both our AM and PM trips. The very next day, we caught plenty of fish trolling, but nothing over 28″ and the story was the same for most other boats. So,… Read more »