Paul Cooke spent his 30th Birthday with family and friends catching Rockfish in the Eastern Bay! Great job guys!

Rockfish: For larger sized Rockfish, continue to head north of the bridge to Love Point, and inside the Chester River. Podickory Point and the mouth of the Magothy is also a hot area, and the Severn River, from Round Bay south, has been very consistent. The top water bite is best at dawn and dusk, while jigging is successful throughout the day. Try BKDs on G-Eye Jig jig heads and follow the birds to find the fish! Live Eels or minnows also work very well for Rockfish this time of year!

Check out a video of us jigging G-Eye Jigs and BKDs near Thomas Point yesterday!

Snakehead: Now is the time to head to Blackwater to catch Snakehead before the bite slows down this winter. We have been having the most success with Chatter Bait, especially the new Thumper Splatterbait from Addiction Lures. Mepps spinners and weedless paddle tails also work well, as well as live minnows! Try putting a live minnow on a small spoon, a Hard Head Custom Baits Snakehead poppers, or one of our pre-rigged snakehead set-ups!

Pickerel: Colder weather means that pickerel can be caught in the river! Look for them in very shallow water, and fish for them using paddletails, swim shads, or live minnows!

Perch: White perch are still biting! You will find them in deeper water now at the mouths of the creek and rivers, especially over oyster beds. Yellow perch are also starting to make their way into the rivers and creeks as temperatures cool! You will find them on the very bottom. Catch them with live minnows!