Stevensville, MD (PressExposure) March 11, 2011 -- Spring is just round the corner; and so is the fishing season! Fishing enthusiasts are all set for the season's best Striped Bass, Stripers, Rockfish, Bluefish, and Spanish Mackerel.
And for the truly adventurous, there isn't a better place for fishing than the Chesapeake Bay fishing area. Besides enjoying the beauty of the surrounding areas, there's an abundance of fish to catch and enjoy a great time.
"The Chesapeake Bay area is 64,000 miles of waterway, with about 300 different species of fish. March to September is great for fishing out of Rudee Inlet. And while waiting for the fish, feast your eyes on the water fowls, diving birds, dolphins and whales. Hundreds of anglers gather every year during spring, around the Chesapeake Bay area, to catch the biggest striped bass, says, Mr. Schott, of Chesapeake Bay Sport Fishing. His company has arranged Chesapeake Bay fishing charters for hundreds of fishing enthusiast.
What's great about fishing is that you don't need training to be an angler. All that's required is a little knowledge about the right technique. The fishing boat crew onboard the Chesapeake Bay fishing charter usually helps people with tips on using the right bait and the right technique. The captain is well versed with the area and makes sure that people are taken to areas where there's plenty of fish.
"Enjoying a fishing experience on the Chesapeake Bay is as easy as making a phone call. Charter companies like ours; arrange everything from food and beverages to even arranging fish cleaning services. Fishing trips are also inclusive of rods, reels, baits and fishing licenses. In fact these fishing trips are very common for bachelor parties, company outings, team building exercises and birthday parties. While the anglers get to enjoy their catch the rest can soak in the atmosphere around," adds Mr. Schott.
So the next time, there's a company outing planned, a Maryland fishing charter is probably the best way to bond.