Time is running out, and stripers are running thick in our part of the Chesapeake Bay. Stripers, a.k.a. “Rockfish,” are schooled up thick now and often attacking baitfish near the surface. Nothing is more exciting than approaching acres of breaking fish with seagulls diving into them and having every rod hook-up with a nice fish! Last Hurrah Charters still has a few days left in Oct. and Nov. and several days to fill in December. The boat is heated, so don’t be a wuss! Contact us today to book your Fall Striper trip!
“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” ~ Ferris Bueller. It’s hard to believe that it is October already. The 2014 Maryland Striped Bass season ends on December 15th and that will be here before you know it. Give Capt. Scott a call or email today to reserve your Fall Chesapeake Bay fishing trip before it’s too late. Fall can be a magical time on the Bay with breaking fish, diving birds, and intense angling action. We are still utilizing light-tackle and bait to catch limits of Rockfish every day but we will soon switch to trolling and jigging. On the most recent 65 trips, we have boxed full Rockfish limits on 60 of them. We are still catching some decent Bluefish too.