Sunday, November 23, 2014

Schools of fun

"Lots of Fun with Schoolie's"

Saturday the RockHound started out behind
the 4th island casting. Bill gets the first fish
of the day, a nice 34" Rock Fish at 8 AM.

By around noon the crew boated 3 keepers,
before heading to the Eastern Shore to check
out the afternoon eel bite.

We made 1 long drift, marking tons of bait, with
a few nice marks on the fish finder. The winds
picked up and we picked up and ran to the mouth
of the York River. 

Alone the way we see the birds
working hard, so we put out a nice mix of baits
and started trolling. After about 30 min. we 
boated over 25 schoolie's with 2 more keepers
for the fish box. 

                     Call Capt. Pete for more info

Saturday, November 15, 2014

2 November Charters

"November Rock Fish Schoolies"

    The RockHound ran walk on Charters the last two weekends. One to the 4th Island that landed only one keeper.

And one up the James River to the M&M which put
4 keepers in the box. We totaled over 40 catches the
last 2 weekends, with only 5 keepers. It was nice to
see our future stock the last 2 weekends.

With the water temps dropping, the fishing is getting 
better everyday. The bigger Rocks should be nearing
our local waters soon from the upper bay, and the 
smaller fish we released today did have sea lice on them.

We are going to change it up next weekend by running 
a Triangle Wreck charter on Saturday the 22nd.

Call Capt. Pete at
to book a charter today