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It's mid-October and now is a great time to be on the Chesapeake. "Summertime" Rockfish are moving down rivers such as the Choptank River and chasing schools of bait to the surface. Flocks of small gulls and terns are likely to be on top of schools of feeding Rockfish. The trick is to find a school with bigger fish, and we've found a few 30 inch fish mixed in with others that are barely legal (20 inches). Days are getting shorter, and the water is cooling off. Fishing has been good for mixed sizes of Rockfish, and these conditions should last until the big bass start to return to our area some time during November. It's definitely time to organize an early fall trip and get it on some of this action! 

For your best selection of dates, give Captain Drew a call real soon!  (410-474-4428)

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Captain Drew "Worm" Payne      (410) 474-4428
MAILING ADDRESS: 3150 Karen Dr.,  Chesapeake Beach, Maryland 20732
Last updated: October 17, 2016.
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