Chesapeake Bay - 52’ Net Profits
Chesapeake Bay Sport Fishing is based out of Kent Island, Maryland - one of the hottest places to fish the Chesapeake Bay. Fishing out of the Queen Anne Marina in Stevensville from April to December, they have what it takes to put large groups onto fish.
If you are wanting to fish aboard the nicest boat on the Bay, then look no further. No expenses were spared for the custom-built “Net Profits”, a 52 ft vessel powered by twin 680HP Cummins Diesel engines to get you to the action in minimum time, and equipped with GPS, fishfinder, radar, VHF radio, live bait tank, toilet, air-conditioning, heating, as well as a TV with DVD player and stereo system with iPod hookup. The wide and roomy back deck and large flybridge provide plenty of space for up to 47 anglers to join the fun.
Chesapeake Bay Sport Fishing offers morning and afternoon trips, which will give you the amount of time you need to get hooked on a Chesapeake Bay speciality - the Striped Bass. They use high-quality Penn and Okuma reels matched with Ande rods, and offer over 70 combinations of rods and reels for you to use. They will guide you through the most productive techniques to land your target species, fishing with light and heavy tackle, bottom fishing, and trolling.
Trips include rods, reels and terminal tackle, live bait, lures and fishing licenses, and catch cleaning and packaging is included (don’t forget to tip the First Mate). If you prefer, alternate pickup and drop off points can be arranged on Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries.
Chesapeake Bay Sport Fishing is also happy to host your special event. Whether you are looking to celebrate your birthday or bachelor party, or are wanting to organize your next corporate or team building event, or booze cruise, this crew can make it happen. If you are after something more serene, then why not join them on a scenic Bay or Lighthouse tour. Food and beverage packages can be arranged at an additional cost.
Fishing License Included
You Keep Catch
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
Chesapeake (Other) originally built in 2009. Powered by 2 680HP Cummins engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 30 knots.
Types of Fishing
About the Captain
Member since November 2015