Captain Keith Barker specializes in fishing the tidal Potomac from Chain Bridge to St. Clements Island in Maryland. Keith is a tournament-knowledgeable guide, a true professional with thousands of hours of experience and many outstanding catches. His knowledge and expertise have gained him a lot of repeat customers and friends through his career. Captain Keith Barker is also a guide with Ken Penrod’s Life Outdoors Guide Service. If your favorite kind of fishing is catching – Captain Keith Barker is the best choice.
Enjoy your fishing trip with Captain Keith Barker aboard his fully tournament rigged Ranger Bay 2400 boat. It comes powered by a 225 HP Mercury OptiMax engine and can take up to four guests. Originally built in 2007, the vessel was fully upgraded in 2015. Its navigational electronics include Generation 3 HDS Lowrance sonar, 3 D Structure Scan Sonar, Chirp Sonar, Sirius Satellite Weather, and GPS MFD. As well as that, the boat is rigged with a trolling motor, Power Pole, and a live bait tank. Lowrance, Simrad, Case Plastics, Kick’n Bass, and B&G equipment is all used on board. Captain Keith also uses Mizmo Tube Baits, Rapala Crank Baits and Big Mouth Spinnerbaits and is a Pure Fishing Select Angler.
Captain Keith Barker will take you fishing the tidal Potomac River, as well as The Pocomoke and The Chester Rivers. Keith is very familiar with tournament-level techniques and knows how to land Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Striped Bass, and Catfish. You will be taken to the spots where you can be competitive, spinning, trolling, and bottom fishing while enjoying the beauty of the DC monuments.
Each trip with Captain Keith Barker comes inclusive with rods, reels, tackle, and lures. You can feel free to bring your own snacks and non-alcoholic drinks on board if you want. As well as that, you need to purchase your Washington DC licenses online prior to the trip.
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Ranger (Center console) originally built in 2007, and restored in 2015. Powered by a 225HP Mercury OptiMax engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 40 knots.