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Winter Fishing Forecast 2015

Winter Fishing Forecast 2015

The New Year means it’s time to start planning out the upcoming seasons. During these first winter months there are some great fisheries to take advantage of before the spring seasons hit. So without further delay, here is your updated winter fishing forecast

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Chesapeake Bay Fishing Report November 24th 2014

Fall Chesapeake Bay Fishing Report

The colder weather has created a great mix of fishing for the last three weeks of the season. Larger Trophy size Rock have been making their way up the Bay while our local fish have been schooling up and feeding having for the winter months

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Chesapeake Bay Fishing Report 10/25/14

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  Fishing Report for Chesapeake Bay Rockfish The top water bite is in full swing! Look to pick up nice size Rock in the shallows around the mouths of the rivers/creeks in the early morning and late afternoon. Best lures have been Bomber Who Dat’s, Rattle Traps, and Smack-It Jr’s… *Try rigging a small feather jig or Clouser behind your plug for added success! The chumming bite has also been heating up. Colder temperatures have the Rockfish schooling up and feeding heavy for the winter. Best bet is fishing fresh cut alewife on the bottom in about 20-35’ of water. Hackets, Podicory, and Bloody Pt. have all been producing nice size fish. Trolling also remains solid. With Bluefish moving out of the Upper Bay most anglers have been dragging Umbrellas rigged with parachutes, Tsunami Tandem Rigs, and Bucktail Tandem Rigs. Look to target schools off the channel edges anywhere from 20-40’ of water. * Big Winter Rock are starting to head up the Bay! Perch White Perch have moved out to deeper water. Look to jig sabikis/bucktails or fish bait on the bottom around the drops at mouths of the rivers or around structure at the Bay Bridge. Crabbing While the season is coming to end you can still find some nice crabs in deeper water with pull traps or trotline. Show Us What You Caught! We would love to share your photos in our next Fishing Report. To submit a photo, please email your name, hometown, photos, location information,

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Chesapeake Bay Fishing Report 10/13/14

Angler's Fishing Report

  Chesapeake Bay Fishing Report October 13th  Rockfish Bigger fall fish are starting to show up in and around the main channel of the bay in 30 to 50 feet of water trolling 17 tony spoons and big mojos in the 16 to 24 oz range, color preference has been chartreuse with the rainfall we’ve received in the past week. Topwater bite is still hot among Hacketts point, Gibson Island, and pretty much all the rivers in shallow on an incoming tide. Expect fish to be in the 15 to 24 inch range. Live-lining eels at Hacketts as well as chumming has been confirmed to still be the preferred bait for rockfish. Look for hard bottom in 15 to 20 feet of water. Jigging is still also producing good fish along channel edges and at the Bay Bridge as fish feed on peanut bunker in 10 to 30 foot of water, use gold sting silvers and P-line jigs. Bluefish They are starting to stage up to move down the bay back into the ocean, however plenty are still being caught while chumming for rockfish along hacketts, tollys, and Thomas point. Trolling is still producing with small to medium size Tony spoons. White Perch The creeks are still swarming with Perch, it won’t be long before they start staging for the winter. Creeks off the Severn and Magothy have been on fire using small jigs tipped with minnows and bloodworms. Along Whitehall bay and the mouth of the Severn River you

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Chesapeake Bay Fishing Report 9/28/14

Fishing Report Annapolis

September 2014 Fishing Report Rockfish Fish are beginning to move into the shallow waters of the rivers and creeks. The tope water bite has really begun to pick up in the early morning and later evening using smack-it plugs, atom poppers and spook poppers. Putting a deceiver with a 18” leader from the rear of the lure sometimes entices the fish to strike the sub-surface lure and looks more like “schooling fish”. Chumming has really started to pick up big time and there are some very nice fish being caught. Fresh alewife on a 4/0 36” leadered hook using a fishfinder rig has been the best way to pick up some late summer rockfish. Fish have been in the 18” to 33” range. Trolling has also been producing well. With the fall trophy season right around the corner anglers are starting to get geared towards there fall spread. Smaller bucktails and spoons have been producing very well but the hot ticket of late has been 10” red surgical tubing either behind a #2 planer or in-line sinkers. Look to work around main points and channel edges. Blue fish are also being caught in good numbers in the 6-25ft range. Using cut spot or shiners has been working very well on wire leaders with a size 1 or 1/0 hook. Crabbing Crabbing is still going strong. Recreational crabbers are still catching plenty of nice heavy crabs and right now is the best time to get the big ones! Trotline or traps

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