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Deale Fishing Seasons
A new year means new beginnings, and all the captains will are preparing for the new season. With the boats out of the water, Deale becomes a mechanic’s paradise.
With the temperature in the 30s, there’s no point risking a limb for fish that aren’t even there. Wrap up warm and feel free to give the captains a hand in prepping their boats.
It’s almost time to get back on the water. As the flowers come out to bloom the boats will get back in the docks and you’ll get a real sense of anticipation across town.
The wait is over! Get out on the stunning waters of the Chesapeake Bay and chase trophy-sized Striped Bass (Rockfish), as you use all your energy to reel ‘em in.
It’s heating up in more ways than one! Keep battling it out with monster Rockfish, while Black Drum reaching up to 80 pounds also make their way through the bay.
With stunning weather comes a range of thrilling fish. Bottom fishing is popular this time of year as you go after the incoming Perch population with plenty of spot as bait.
Bluefish season is upon us, and you’ll get to take on these aggressive beasts. They’ll take any kind of bait, so get ready for the “Bluefish Blitz.”
Make the most of the peak season and fill the boat with delicious fish in the glorious sunshine. Spanish Mackerel join the party and add to the Bass, Bluefish, and Perch.
Huge Redfish are prize as fall kicks off. Go after these beautiful creatures along with fish native to the Chesapeake and head back ashore with lifelong memories of the water.
Known as “Rocktober,” you can guess what’s on offer this month. Big Rockfish are back and make for a thrilling battle and tasty treat, while Bluefish and Perch are worthy by-catch.
You’ll have no trouble keeping warm with the red-hot fishing that comes in November. Get out on the bay’s shallow waters and battle it out of with Rockfish, Bluefish, and Perch.
You won’t believe that the season is drawing to a close. Make the most of the last chance to catch trophy-sized Rockfish, huge Bluefish, and delicious Perch and Mackerel.