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Tackle News and Fish Reports — Sport Fishing

Inshore Fishing 2014

Posted by Capt. Ken Lahr on

The Spring run of Trophy Striped Bass has begun.  The Season opened yesterday the 19th of April.  Reports from Reel Draggin' Tackle customers have fish being consistently caught between Bloody Point and the Gas Docks. Here is a picture from one of the Reel Draggin' Tackle Sponsored boats. We caught 2 fish. 1st as we were setting lines. Both were about 36 to 38 inches, 22 and 23 lbs. Both were from Tandems off the boards between gas docks and power plant in 45 ft.

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CHESAPEAKE BAY STRIPED BASS WEIGHT/AGE ESTIMATION CHART

Posted by Capt. Ken Lahr on

This is a quick yet accurate chart to estimate the age of Striped Bass through weight and length measurements.



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Canyon Draggin' Charters

Posted by Capt. Ken Lahr on

The Canyon Draggin' is running shared catch charters.  We typically have three open seats every trip we run.  The reduced cost for these trips is $200.  The fish, fish cleaning and boat & tackle cleaning are all shared responsibilities.  A shared catch means that the Anglers cost is reduced because they agree to share the catch, fish cleaning and boat & tackle cleaning responsibilities.The Capt. and Mate do not expect a tip.  There are two options for fish cleaning, we can the fish ourselves or we cart it over to Sunset and split the cost of having the fish cleaned...

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Muff Diver Charters

Posted by Capt. Ken Lahr on

Muff Diver is docked at the White Marlin Marina, Slip 5, on 205 Somerset Street in downtown Ocean City, Maryland 21842. We generally charter from Mid-May through Mid-March. We have been providing families and anglers many happy and fun filled fishing trips from Ocean City, MD to Hatteras, NC for the past 30 plus years. We troll, chunk, chum, live bait, drift, kite, jig -- you name it and we'll try it. We use dead rigged bait and lures when trolling, normally using 6 or more rods. We use the appropriate bait when we bottom fish, chunk or chum. We...

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