Spanish mackerel with their silver sides and yellow spots are probably the most colorful fish of the Chesapeake Bay and are also good to eat. Spanish mackerel fishing is done trolling at various locations throughout the lower bay, with larger ones caught near the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel.
We had great fishing with a lot of variety today. Our catch included Flounder, Bluefish, Spanish Mackerel and Spadefish.Read more
Today we had Todd and Kim Abe and their sons Devin and Ashby. Great trolling bite right away! We were[…]Read more
Parker Duke, one of our favorite young anglers, was with us today and what a day it was. Parker gained[…]Read more
It’s been a fantastic summer of fishing so far with excellent catches of Cobia, Spadefish, Mackerel, Red Drum and much[…]Read more
Today we had our good friend Frank on the boat along with several of his buddies. The guys cranked in[…]Read more
These guys wanted to catch some good eating fish for their Labor Day cookout…Things couldn’t have worked out any better! […]Read more