Chesapeake Bay Fishing Charter
Welcome to our exclusive Chesapeake Bay Charter trip, an unforgettable experience. We reinvent Charter Boat Adventures by offering thrill and unmatched service. Start becoming fascinated the minute you board.
We gladly unveil our boat, a cutting-edge watercraft of unparalleled technology and performance. We’ve harnessed ingenuity to take you on a journey beyond expectations with two 200-horsepower engines. Our speed allows us to traverse wide stretches of water and place our guests where the fish are most prevalent, outpacing conventional Charter Boats.
From the minute you embark, we’ve enhanced Charter Boat adventures. The roar of strong engines, the rush of wind in your hair, and the anticipation of what’s next set the tone for an exciting day. Our trip brings us farther, quicker, and deeper as we negotiate the rivers with accuracy and experience.
It’s about the complete experience, not just the fish. Our experienced crew knows the seas and loves making you feel like a guest and a valued part of our trip. The companionship, tales, and love of the sea that unites us will embrace you as you cast your line and wait for the thrill.
Welcome to a Charter adventure that’s more than a trip. A commitment to defying standards, embracing the unexpected, and providing an extraordinary day on the sea. Prepare for an excursion that will change your view of Charter Boats.
Chesapeake Bay Fishing Charter Prices
Cost is $600 per charter for Chesapeake Bay Charter Fishing Guide (Kentmorr Marina) - May 1st through October 31st
Cost is $700 per charter for Chesapeake Bay Charter Fishing Guide (Tangier Sound) - All Year
Cost is $800 per charter for Chesapeake Bay Charter Fishing Guide (Cape Charles/Bay Bridge Tunnel) - All Year
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What to bring? The L & T is an open deck (center console) boat. Be prepared if the weather/wind changes during the course of the day
We provide our Guest with “Top of the line Equipment” specifically matched to what we are fishing for and where. For Light Tackle Fishing we use St. Croix Rods paired with Shimano Spinning Reels spooled with 20lb test braided line with a fluorocarbon leader. Expect to use the techniques of jigging lures (artificial baits) or cut bait or live lining spot, perch or eels. I want my Guest to feel the subtle strike of the fish along with the head shakes and the tug of war with the final reward of winning the battle to land the fish.
For the bigger fish (red drum and cobia) we are well equipped with a combination of conventional reels and heavy duty spinning reels spooled with 80lbs test braided line. We do not plan to lose a fish on the line.