Captain John Sharp's Corner - Chesapeake Bay Fishing News & Reports
Wow! Where does time go? After so many years, one would think that the change of routine for the long winter months would lead to boredom. Nothing could be farther from the truth as it is a time to catch up on all the other facets of life that don't have the same priority when the fishing season is here. In fact, Groundhog day now has a new meaning for me, as it serves as a reminder that the season will be here before we know it. Of course, it does not take too much to get in gear as the spring season is so much fun and exciting.
We have been busy. Miss Molly had her scheduled insurance survey in January. As I expected, she is in great shape and will be ready to go. In a few weeks, on February 25 in fact, we will have a table at the Annapolis MSSA EXPO in Annapolis. Come on out and see us!
The Spring Calendar still has some openings. Check out what is available and give me a call.
We still have a few days left in this years trophy season, but it will be over soon. Just like every year, there have been ups and downs, but I have to say, that without a doubt, this has been a pretty good season. We have run quite a few trips, and on most, we have been able to put some really nice fish in the boat.
I am looking forward to the next phase of the season, where we can catch the resident fish. The creel limit has remained the same as it was last year - two fish over 20" with an allowance for one of the two to be over 28". This is a particularly fun time of year as we are still trolling with planer boards and can get over schooled up fish. It is a blast when more than one rod goes off at the same time.
Traditionally, we will fish like this for about the next five or six weeks, usually to about the end of June. There are still plenty of open dates, so check the calendar and set something up with us if you would like to go.
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