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Lower Chesapeake Bay Fishing Report 6 years 6 months ago #1


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Well, its been a tough winter season and right now we are still dealing with the aftermath. The trout population has been decimated by gill netting and subfreezing temperatures, the striper have not come anywhere close to the "3 mile mark", and the redfish have yet to really start chewing (but we have seen some). Nonetheless, we got out on the water for 6 straight days trying to be the first ones to see the inshore bite spark up. Heres our full boatramp report:


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Lower Chesapeake Bay Fishing Report 6 years 6 months ago #2


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There are a bunch of very large stripers being caught in the rivers and in the nets not to mention in the bay. The gill netters did not decimate the speckled trout and the freezing temperatures only played a part. There was a group caught in the cove, but in the overall picture of things they are but a small portion of the overall issues. You are pretty big about spreading false information. Stick with your reports based off your first hand information and quit spreading rumors.
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