Tammy and her fishing team brought good luck with them today. Red drum up to 45″, Spanish mackerel, spot, croakers, mullet, sharks, skate up to 30 pounds…a real fun day! Thanks very much for fishing with us…appreciate your business!
Fortunate to find many more keeper rock with Jeff and his group! We had plenty of action and boated more stripers that were above the new 20″ rule. Really glad to have such a great group aboard and look forward to a fall trip. Thank Jeff…appreciate your business!
So grateful to Marilou who secured a grant that allowed her teachers from King William to join us on for a Heritage Tour! What a great group we had and such beautiful weather! A little crabbing, tonging for oysters, seeing pound nets and Smith Point Lighthouse, cruising to Reedville by Omega Protein factory to enjoy a delicious lunch at Cockrells Creek Deli. Seeing the sailing training vessel Picton Castle along the way was the icing on the cake! A fun day…appreciate your business!
What a pleasure to take sisters Barb from Wisconsin and Gail from Tennessee on our Watermen’s Heritage Tour! Pulling a crab pot with 3 jimmies in it let us talk crabs! Saw plenty of ospreys, some sharing a fish on their nests. Barb tried tonging oysters. We got up close to see how pound nets work and got up close to see Smith Point Lighthouse. Thanks ladies for getting on the water with us! Appreciate your business!
Thanks Dave for the opportunity to meet your family…ages 6 – 80! We caught plenty of fish in the Potomac but the new regulation of a minimum 20″ keeper size has putting a hurting on us. Many 19″ fish going back. Glad to have you all fish with us…appreciate your business!
While we really missed having Jim and Tammy aboard, they sent their grandkids and family and the rockfish keep them pretty busy, even though most of them were under the 20″ keeper size. Good work kids…hoping your grandparents can make the next trip! Appreciate your business!
While fishing in the Potomac with our group from Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center we were fortunate to see the schooner Columbia heading down the Potomac River. She was a beautiful 141′ steel hull schooner, replicated after the famous 1923 Gloucester fishing schooner known for its speed and seaworthiness. What a treat!