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August 2018: As the Bay waters warm during August, summer fishing heats up as well. Bottom fishing for Spot continues to improve and numbers of Bluefish are on the rise. We continue to chunk or live line Spot for Rockfish, the most popular fishing activity on the Bay at this time. And Spanish Mackerel (pictured below) move into the mid-Bay area. These ocean-going speedsters visit us annually but only when the water temps max out. They remain here until late September or early October. We look forward to their return every year.

We have more species of fish to target in our area at this time of the year than any other. So give Captain Drew a call or send him a text real soon if you're interested. Sailing from the Rod 'N' Reel Dock in Chesapeake Beach (MD).

Remember that the Big Worm is certified to carry up to 49 passengers, with plenty of room in the cabin to easily seat 10-12 people around the huge table.  There's plenty of room in the cockpit as well, with comfortable seating for another 8-10 people and space galore along the rails.  Call real soon to schedule your next Bay adventure aboard the 52 ft. Big Worm!

Now accepting reservations for 2018

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

Cleaning Rock Fish

Tiffany Payne cleans rockfish down in Chesapeake Beach, Maryland. She is quite the artist utilizing the Dexter Edge daily. Tiffany Payne

Posted by Dexter Outdoors on Tuesday, July 31, 2018

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LB Huntington Drone Company spoons and inline planers
The Embroidery Factory Custom Embroidery and Monogramming
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Sun Protection Factor -- Ever wonder what SPF and the numbers mean?  SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor.  If you don't know what the numbers mean, take a look at the American Academy of Dermatology website (leaving site) for a general discussion of sun protection and what you should know about sun damage to your skin.

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