Florida Keys Anyone?

24 09 2014

How about a trip to the Florida Keys this winter? A good friend and up and coming Chesapeake Bay guide Capt. Tyler Nonn of Tidewater Charters has been running trips out of Big Pine Key for the past couple of years. I have fished with Tyler and have seen him in action at the Susquehanna Flats and Fisherman’s Island for big stripers and, believe me, he is the real deal. You will not be disappointed if you charter a trip with him. Check out his website, sign up for his e-newsletter, or maybe just give him a call to talk fishing. And be sure to send me some photos of your trip!!

Here is a brief excerpt from Tyler:

“Escape the cold with Tidewater Charters this winter in the Florida Keys! Sailfish, tuna, tarpon, cobia, kingfish, and more! Tidewater heads south with boat in tow, our winter operations are based out of the Big Pine Key area, 25 miles from Key West, FL. Offshore fishing heats up in Dec and typically sailfish arrive in early to mid January and stay through March in great numbers. Along with our day time inshore and offshore fishing program we love to catch aggressive juvenile tarpon are night in the Big Pine area. There are lots of pinch points and funnels where the juvenile tarpon, up to 90lbs, congregate to feed at night. It’s a ton of fun and novice fly anglers can have the opportunity to hook multiple tarpon in a night! Come enjoy the beautiful Florida Keys this winter!”

Contact information:
Capt. Tyler Nonn


Fall Open Dates

11 09 2014

I only have a few dates available through November. They are, Oct 18 Nov 1, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22

If you would like to book one of those dates my fees are as follows:

8 hours – $500
6 hours – $425
4 hours – $350

Rates are for 1 to 3 anglers. All tackle, licenses, ice and cold drinks are provided. You may bring your own tackle if you like. A deposit of $100 is required to secure the date.

Through November I will be fishing out of Crisfield, MD on the Eastern Shore. I fish the waters of Tangier Sound for striped bass (rockfish), speckled trout, redfish, bluefish, flounder, and more. Rockfish action should be terrific this fall and is already heating up!! Please refer to my website or blog for additional info at http://www.josenhansflyfishing.com

Contact me via email at kjosenhans@aol.com or phone 443-783-3271

Thanks so much for your interest and I hope we can get a trip together soon.

Bass Fishing with G.Loomis, Shimano and PowerPro

3 09 2014

Bass Fishing with G.Loomis and Shimano