ON THE CHESAPEAKE BAY
Mostly Rockfish are being caught now. The 40 to 50 inch Rock have started to show up.
September and October 2005
While Rockfish and Bluefish are being caught on every trip, the Spot, Croaker and Trout are scarce. Spanish Mackeral have shown up down the bay and a few have been caught while trolling for Blues.
August and September 2005
The bottom fishing has picked up. These two months are peak season for the Solomons area.
June and July 2005
Our Charter Boats generally start the fishing trip by catching their limit of Rock Fish. The fish currently being caught are in the 18 to 27 inch range. The rest of the fishing trip is spent bottom fishing for Spot, Croaker, and White Perch. The Trout, Blue Fish and Flounder should be coming in soon.
charter boats have continuously caught their limit of ROCK FISH
through the Trophy season.They were a huge success
as they measured from 33 inches to 48 inches in length.
16 started the Rock Fish summer season when you are allowed two
Rock Fish per person.They are not being caught
as fast, but most of the fishing parties are catching their
limits.The Rock Fish being caught now are running anywhere
from 18 inches to 33 inches.
TROPHY SEASON OPENING DAY 2005 — A HUGE SUCCESS!!! more.
ON THE PATUXENT RIVER
Rental Boats are doing a really good job at catching Spot,
Croaker, and White Perch. Many are coming back with coolers full.
Saturday, July 9th, 15 Rental boats sailed and everyone seemed
to have caught some fish of one type or another. Customers that
are renting boats to go crabbing have had good luck as
well. All types of fish are in the local waters,
get out and FISH!