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Wheels down, hit the ground running

Wheels down, hit the ground running.  It’s full swing fishing on the Eastern shore.  I have spent my last few weeks in northern Greenland supporting a project studying the arctic climate, more on that later.  Saw some green grass along the runway at BWI airport...

Chesapeake Bay Red and black drum fishing near Watts island. is fishing near Pocomoke and Tangier sounds in the Chesapeake Bay.  Early May these fish show up in the upper reaches of Virginia and lower Maryland.  We setup in the shallows using half peeler crabs.  Our buddy boat was killing them and we couldn't...

Rock and Drum from the surf

May 6th 2015   It is trophy rockfish season in Virginia from May 1st -15th.  During this time they raise the limit to 36" for the length of a striped bass to be a keeper.  This is when they run in the surf though, so you have...

Surf fishing in Virginia

Gearing up to head to the surf today.  picked up 4 dozen peelers from the bayside last night.  The peelers have only started showing up in the last 2 days or so.  One of my favorite fishing seasons is the early surf bite in May.  Virginia...

Surf fishing the Virginia barrier islands

Here is how to cut up a peeler crab in 30 seconds.  Get yourself a pair of bait scissors, it make it a lot easier. Afterwards we bait up and fish for rockfish in the surf.  This is the spring run of rock which happens along...

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