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Fly Fishing and Light Tackle Fishing Guide Chesapeake Bay

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Chesapeake Bay Fly Fishing & Light Tackle Fishing Trips

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Capt. Tom Hughes has been a Guide on the Chesapeake Bay since 2000. He finds and identifies active fish then observes Fly and Light Tackle anglers catch them. He would like to share this knowledge with you. In order to do this, he has combined 2 Trips for the Cost of 1.

Part 1 - Locate and Identify active fish on your Fishfinder/Chartplotter - this must be done before any catching starts.

Part 2 - Teaching you when, where, and how to Fly and Light Tackle fish a variety of locations on the Bay.

Part 1 - Locate and Identify Active Fish & Part 2 - Fly Fishing and Light Tackle Fishing Trip (7 hrs.) $650.00 Total Cost

 What is Provided ------ Boat Owners Responsibilities

Call or Text: 443 690 3164

Licensed & Insured


Part 1 - Maximize Your Time on the Water

Stop second guessing the most important piece of equipment on your boatLearn to interpret the return signals, shown on your fishfinder, to identify what type of fish you're on, baitfish or gamefish. On your chartplotter learn to locate productive points, knolls, shoals, underwater mounds, drop-offs, ledges, etc. Once you learn how to operate today's or yesterday's electronics - you will catch more fish.

LOWRANCE / GARMIN / RAYMARINE / SIMRAD / FURUNO / HUMMINBIRD


Part 2 - Guided Fly & Light Tackle Fishing Trip

LEARN THE PRODUCTIVE TECHNIQUES

FLY FISHING

All fly fishing equipment, floating and sinking line, and flies are provided. If you need a casting lesson that is provided. You will learn productive techniques, from topwater to the bottom, and depths in between, to catch striped bass and other saltwater species. Feel free to bring your own equipment.

LIGHT TACKLE FISHING

All light tackle equipment are provided with a variety of floating and jigging lures. If you need a casting lesson that is provided. You will learn productive techniques, from topwater to the bottom, and depths in between, to catch striped bass and other saltwater species. Feel free to bring your own spinning or baitcasting equipment.