Seeing Red in Virginia

12 05 2018

A few red drum pics from the past two weeks. Over half the reds were released at boat side as these big bulls give it their all during the fight. The red drum is my favorite gamefish by far.


Susquehanna Flats Walk On – FILLED! Thanks!!

15 04 2018

Late notice Susquehanna Flats walk on!! Fishing has been great! One angler needed for a half day (4 hour) trip this Wednesday, 4/18 starting at 7:30am. Cost is $200. Includes license, quality Sage fly rods and G.Loomis spinning rods, ice and bottled water. We’ll be back to the dock by 12 noon. You will be fishing with one other angler. Some of last weeks action below. Text or call me at 443-783-3271 or email at

Managing Fly Line Twist

9 04 2018

Good tips on avoiding and managing fly line twist from my friends at Deneki Outdoors with a short video by RIO Products

Managing Fly Line Twist from RIO Products

2018 8-Weight Reel Shootout by Trident Fly Fishing

9 04 2018

Thinking of buying a new fly reel for the coming season?, take a look at the Trident Fly Fishing 2018 8-Weight Fly Reel Shootout and Review. Good stuff.

2018 8-weight fly reel shootout

Lefty Kreh’s Tie Fest 2018

6 02 2018

Tie Fest 2018 has grown to a two day event to be held Feb. 24 & 25 at the Loews Annapolis Hotel. Be sure to stop by my booth and say hi. I’ll be set up with my good friend and fellow Tangier guide Capt. Chris Karwacki of Chesapeake on the Fly. Chris and I will also be giving a seminar together each day on Fishing Tangier Sound. Call, text or email me for additional info. Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

Susquehanna Flats Dates Available

20 01 2018

It’s time to get your Susquehanna Flats trip in the books. I’m probably only fishing the flats two weeks this April so there are a limited number of dates available. Contact me soon so you won’t miss out. I hope to be back fishing Crisfield the last week of April before heading south to Fisherman’s Island for trophy stripers and red drum 443-783-3271

Pocomoke River Winter Special

9 01 2018

It’s time to break out your insulated coveralls, gloves and wool hat for a mid-winter fishing trip to the wild and scenic Pocomoke River. The tidal Pocomoke flows through a cypress swamp on Maryland’s Eastern Shore near the historic town of Snow Hill. You can expect to catch good numbers of yellow perch, crappie, pickerel and the occasional bass. Last year saw some of the best yellow perch fishing I have experienced in my lifetime, and I’ve been around a long time. Pickerel over twenty-four inches are routinely boated.


We’re currently running a special through March 31:

$50 off 3/4 day (6 hours)

$25 off half day (4 hours)

Discounts subtracted from regular rates as posted on website

Call, text or email for trip details. 443-783-3271 or

Here are some shots of last year’s action.

Merry Christmas

24 12 2017

Merry Christmas from the Josenhans family!

For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.

Luke 2:11 KJV

Autumn on Tangier Sound

3 12 2017

Sorry I haven’t posted much but I’ve been on the water a lot, and by the time I get home the computer screen is just a blur. I often take the easy way out and simply post photos on my Facebook @JosenhansFlyFishing and Instagram @KevinJosenhans accounts. Please check out all my social media sites for current fishing reports. A picture really is worth a thousand words.

We’ve enjoyed a fantastic fall, fishing for stripers and speckled trout out of Crisfield. Shallow water action was great around Smith and Tangier Islands casting DOA CAL Shad Tails in Pearl or chartreuse colors. I can’t begin to tell you how much I love the DOA 4-inch Shad tail, especially for larger stripers. The action is extremely lifelike at slow or higher retrieve speeds. Attach to a 3/8 or 1/2 ounce DOA Premium Jig Head and you have my go-to rockfish bait. Check it out at

Enjoy some of my favorite shots of Autumn on Tangier Sound, with a few bonus pics out of Madison on the Little Choptank.

August Fishing Report 

21 08 2017

Fishing has generally been very good with wind as the determining factor. Light winds mean clean water and good fishing. Specks, stripers and bluefish have been the mainstay. Crisfield shallows have been hot over eel grass beds casting DOA CAL jigs with 3″ and 4″ shad tails. We’ve also made the occasional trip to Madison on the Little Choptank for fast action with breaking rock and blues.