Chesapeake Bay Striper Fishing
Anglers know that Chesapeake Bay fishing is where striper fishermen from all over the world gather to enjoy the thrills and action their passion for fishing provides them. And they know it’s Chesapeake Bay fishing that provides the best chance at catching the biggest, the most, and the largest rockfish, aka striper available. We fish out of Reedville and Deltaville Virginia which is on the western coast of the Virginia Chesapeake Bay.
The Chesapeake Bay is known world wide as one of the hottest inshore fishing spots on the Atlantic Coast. Bordering Virginia and Maryland the Bay is a vast saltwater basin that offers plentiful marine resources including the legendary striped bass that the local Chesapeake Bay fishing charters or guides target almost year round, save a few chilly months during the relatively short winters.
Captain Jeff begins his season on April 16th, the first day of Chesapeake Bay striper fishing season. He will continue though the season close only to start back striper fishing in the fall for the fall striper fishing season.
Striper Fishing in Chesapeake Bay
Chesapeake Bay Charter Fishing for rockfish offers some great fishing adventures and memories you won’t soon forget. Step on board the charter boat “Providence 2” with Captain Jeff Adams and crew for a fun filled day of Chesapeake Bay striper fishing in Reedville or Deltaville region of Virginia. You can watch the sun pop over the horizon as you head to the local fishing grounds. Then you can feel the excitement build as you wait for Capt Jeff to signal “lines in” so you can hopefully be the angler in your party who catches the trophy striper everybody talks about.
Chesapeake Bay fishing means fishing adventure and excitiment. A chance to experience the Chesapeake Bay and all the awesome marine resources the Bay offers to anglers and sportsmen. There are unlimited activities to experience but it is Chesapeake Bay striper fishing that draws most of the attention. Anglers visit from all across the region and farther to experience the thrill of catching a trophy striper. Striper, also known as rockfish to many locals can reach sizes as large as 50 pounds or more and when trophy season starts in April anglers visit Chesapeake Bay with one thing in mind, catching big striper.
Chesapeake Bay Striper Fishing Reports
First hand fishing reports by the Providence II Charters fishing team. Until you can reserve your Chesapeake Bay charter fishing trip with Providence II Charters you can keep up-to-date with what the crew has been targeting and catching by reading their frequently updated Chesapeake Bay Striper Fishing Reports.