We have a couple of openings the week of June 5th. Great light tackle action right now. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sharing a few beautiful pictures from, a client, Mitch Adolph. We made some trips to specifically photograph pelicans. Mr. Adolph won the Grand Prize, first place, and third place "summer" in the 2016 Maryland DNR Photo Contest. Here are a few more pictures.
Great year fishing the back creeks and shallows.
Hoopers Island and Honga River: The week of September 12 to September 17, 2016, the weather was good, the best fishing was on the incoming tide. Lots of 18-24" rockfish working points and structure. A good mix of speckled trout and redfish were caught, most in the 12-14" range.
Hoopers Island sunset Friday night, 9/2/16.
Your guide, Adam Xenides, is happy to be in the Top 29 things to do on the Chesapeake Bay, check out the great article. Some great ideas and info from the Washingtonian about planning a day on Chesapeake Bay.
Always be safe on the water. Great story and happy ending.
Have a safe and Happy New Year!
Awesome weather, but not the best for gunning, colder weather would be nice. A few hundred bufflehead on the Honga.
On Wednesday, August 12, 2015, we took a trip to Holland Island and Spring Island for a client to do bird counts. The wind was 20 mph plus, creating a bumpy ride in Hooper Straits. It was a great trip to explore these islands. We will make another trip down here next week to make some observations and notes for future excursions.
Hell Hook Marsh, August 2, 2015.
Doing what we love to do! Fish everyday!
Sneak peek at what's in the marshes. We fished all week, mostly perch and rockfish in different areas. What is surprising, (consistently) is the lack of other fish, no hardheads, spot, eels, trout, or black drum.
Nice 19" rockfish, rockfish need to be 20" so we released this one.
Getting ready for a full day of fishing, brings to me, all the excitement and anticipation of heading out into the creeks, and catching fish. Like an adventure of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, is how we try to enjoy the summer and fishing.
As we started out, Norah was asking all the right questions, what is the tide doing, where are we going to fish first, what points we were going to work, I was proud of her.
The bites started out slow, until the tide started to ebb. There was no shortage mid-size rockfish, 18 inch to 22 inches. The were a few perch, 6 inch to 11 inches, no speckled trout, and lots of small hardhead, 10 inch to 12 inch range. We did catch several Atlantic Stingrays, and a couple blunt nose stingrays.
Double header, nice size perch, with nonstop action.
Good clear water this morning.