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Booking May & June Charters Now

Maryland Season starts May 1st this year, and we will be running two trips a day, seven days a week.   Mornings depart 5:30 a.m., afternoons at noon or 1:00.  We can take a max of 6-customers.  One group hires the boat for private charter.  All licenses, rods, reels, gear, tackle and fish-ice are provided.  Book now for a beautiful day on the Chesapeake Bay!

striped bass fishing charters

Shortened Season = Limited Space. Booking Up Now!

The 2020 Maryland Fishing Season will start May 1st.  (No April fishing this year).  May 1st to May 15th will be “Trophy Season” with the resident Rockfish being keepable from May 16th onward.  The shortened season means limited calendar space and dates are booking up quickly.  Trip dates are booked on a first come basis once the deposit is received.  As usual, we will run two trips a day, seven days a week.  We can take a max of 6 customers, but less is fine.  All licenses, rods, reels, tackle, gear and fish-ice are provided.  Contact us today to reserve your trip on the Chesapeake Bay!

Whack-n-Stack Macs!

The Spanish Mackerel bite is nothing short of epic right now but it won’t last long.  Macs are extremely fast and once the water temps cool, they’re gone.  Forget about weekends!  Clueless crowds make everything exponentially more difficult on the weekends.  Take a day off of work, grab some friends, co-workers etc. and take a trip on The Last Hurrah.  We offer morning and afternoon departures, 7-days a week.  We can take a max of 6 customers, but less is fine.  (One group hires the boat and pricing is flat regardless of  party-size.)

We only had two gentlemen today, and they caught their rockfish limit, their 15 per/man spanish mackerel limit, 10 bluefish and 40 spot!

Available Dates Starting this Weekend!

The weather is cooling down but the fishing is still hot.  With schools back in session and vacations spent, bookings have slowed.   Last Hurrah Charters has prime dates open for charter as soon as this weekend.  We’ll fish everyday possible until the season ends on December 15th, so take advantage of the great fishing and smaller crowds on the Bay right now!  We run morning and afternoon trips for groups up to six.   Hurry while there are still Spanish Mackerel around to chase!

Book Your Light-Tackle, Live-Lining Trip Before the Bait Leaves!!

Fishing remains excellent with the afternoon bite being better than the mornings lately.  The live bait will likely be exited the Bay within the next few weeks, so don’t procrastinate on booking your live-lining trip.  Catching Rockfish limits on light, spinning rods is a blast!  Weekdays are always better because the crowds are smaller.  We are still fishing out of our Annapolis marina slip, but we will be moving back down to Tracy’s Landing (Deale) soon.  Book your trip today!

Prime July Dates Open—Fishing Light Tackle Out of Annapolis

Fishing is phenomenal right now when ridiculous crowds aren’t ruining it.  Leaving early has been critical to success.   We will be fishing out of Annapolis for the month of July and we still have some prime dates available.  Get your trip booked now while the light-tackle action is hot!

Bite is Right, Tight & Outta’ Sight!

Light tackle summer Striper fishing couldn’t be any better right now!!  20-minute limits of good fish is common with 100+ White Perch afterwards.  We have prime July dates available.  Weekdays are best as huge weekend crowds can ruin the fishing.  Contact us a.s.a.p. to book your light tackle fishing trip.

Here are some pics from this week:

Summertime Fishing on the Chesapeake

Last Hurrah Charters has prime June weekdays available.  (Forget about weekends—crowds ruin fishing.)    We offer two trips a day:  5:30 a.m. and noon/1:00 p.m. We are still running out of Tracy’s Landing/Deale but we will move the boat to Annapolis if necessary.

Rocks in da’ Box

Fishing has been action-packed with lots of throwbacks caught and released in order to box keeper-limits.   We are averaging 30 to 75 bites a trip!  The limit is now 2 rockfish per angler at 19 inches and up.  We have some prime-time June weekdays available .

 

Regular Rockin’

The Trophy Season may have been a bust, but the Regular Rockfish Season is in full swing, and with the exception of 5/16, it has been phenomenal so far!   The limit is now TWO Rock per angler and they only have to be 19-inches.  We have been smashing quick limits twice a day all week.  The action is so fast and furious that sometimes, we can’t even get lures all the way deployed before a fish nails them.  We’ve even boxed some nice fish in the 32-34″ class.  Now all we need is:  YOU!!  We have lots of prime-time weekdays June that need booking.  Let’s go catchin’!