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Chesapeake Bay is 200 miles long, but that’s not the only reason it’s the United States’ largest estuary. The Bay also serpentines off into hundreds of rivers and creeks, accessible with South River Boat Rentals’ vessels. Seafarers explore the estuary’s fringes in the powerboats and sailboats, cruising past historic sites, such as Jamestown and Tangier Island. Alternatively, fishing parties set sail for piscatorial hot spots, casting from the boats’ decks. To teach newbies the ropes before they hit the water, the company’s team hosts sessions on boating basics, from steering to stopping at fish crossings.
Each morning, as the sun stretches skyward and begins to reflect on Chesapeake Bay, fishing crews from the Chesapeake Bay Sport Fishing start loading up vessels for full-day fishing excursions. They equip each of their guests with all of the necessary equipment, including rods, reels, bait, tackle, mermaid bottom halves, and licenses for landing trophy-size striped bass. The crew sails seven days each week, with an average of 6–10 passengers.
On half- and full-day fishing charters aboard the 50-foot Hook Marsh, anglers reel in flounder, sea trout, rockfish, and other underwater denizens of Chesapeake Bay, depending on the season. Crew members are on hand to help with nets and gear, leaving passengers free to focus on casting lines and posing for photos with fresh catches. At the boat's controls, a trusty captain monitors radar, fish finders, chart plotters, and other equipment to help locate the best spots for snagging fish. The company also offers sightseeing cruises past lighthouses and waterfront restaurants.
Upper Chesapeake Bay Charters' USCG-licensed captains and career fishermen know the Chesapeake Bay waters like the back of their hands. They use this knowledge to ferry small groups on charters aboard one of the company’s two vessels, helping clients to snag catfish and use trotlines to mine blue crabs. During all trips, the expert fishermen supply equipment, clean catches, and snap pictures of people holding fish while looking quietly triumphant, like a cat who just learned how to flush a toilet.
Additionally, Upper Chesapeake Bay Charters' crew uses their watercraft to embark on sightseeing tours. They point out wildlife as well as Baltimore landmarks such as the USS Constellation.
The flagship of Chesapeake Beach Resort & Spa, Miss Chesapeake Beach spirits vacationers and die-hard anglers alike on chartered fishing expeditions. Captain Luke Thatcher and his crew of hyper-intelligent seagulls provide rods, artificial bait, and a fishing license, and allow passengers to bring their own snacks, lunches, and beer. Once everyone's fully kitted out, Captain Thatcher sets out across the bay, as Miss Chesapeake Beach trails fishing lines and cuts watery swathes from Bloody Point to the Choptank River.
After a full day of bamboozling fish, sun-soaked adventurers return to shore with coolers filled with their catch. Fish cleaners stand at the ready on the dock, happy to prep the newly netted seameats or step aside and let passengers to do it themselves.