If you haven’t noticed by my lack of fishing reports this is a very busy time of the year for me. I fished three weeks on the Susquehanna Flats, took a couple days off to reboot, and then it was off to the flats of Fisherman’s Island. From trophy stripers (or lack thereof) to a saltier environ in search of bull red drum in excess of 40 pounds. While the weather played havoc with the red drum quest, we did manage to bag a few. Enjoy a few final photos of the past months fishing trips.
I know you’ve heard the reports about the poor Susquehanna Flats fishing. It’s true. That said, we are still anticipating another wave of fish arriving in the near future. At least we’re hopeful. There have been sporadic catches of big stripers in isolated locations. I’m not giving up the ship just yet. I need two walk on’s for a Monday, April 22 evening trip. This will be a 4 1/2 hour trip starting at 3:00 pm. We will most likely do some popper fishing for big rock the last two hours of daylight. Some big fish have been caught each day, but some skunks have occurred as well. If you are interested, the fee will be $100 per angler. All license, tackle, ice and cold drinks included. If interested, call my cell at 443-783-3271 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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