Maryland's Spring Trophy Rockfish Season runs from mid-April through mid- May. This is the time of year you'll stand the best chance of catching the big fish migrating south. Heavy tackle and large parachute lures are trolled as many as 20 rigs at a time. Only one fish over 28" is allowed per angler per day.
Late spring through fall turns to light tackle fishing. Croaker, Bluefish, Norfolk Spot, Spanish mackerel, Rockfish, Flounder, Red Drum and Sea Trout all usually make an appearance. This is a great time of year to bring the kids along. Chumming, bottom fishing, casting to breaking fish and live lining are all exciting ways to fish.
The law allows 2 rockfish per day over 18" with only 1 measuring over 28".
Fall brings the return of the big rock fish as they migrate into the Southern Chesapeake bay. Trolling is in fashion much as in the spring and lasts until December.
Give Lee a call for an update on current conditions.
The Sneaky Pete is available for tournament fishing. Captain Peters has won several major tournaments and usually finishes in the money.
In addition to fishing in the summer Captain Peters also guides waterfowl hunters in the winter. He has a master guide’s license and primarily hunts Canada geese. His decoy spread consists of over 120 stuffed birds that really bring them in. He has access to some of the best farms on the upper shore. Full limits are the rule not the exception.
Give him a call for all the details.
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