Fishing Hot Spots Saltwater Directions Charts for Maryland
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Experience the best saltwater charts available. From precise fishing locations with GPS coordinates to accurate depth contours and structure definition, these charts redefine the standard on the water. Each map contains the following information: GPS Fishing Locations, Compass Headings, Structure Definitions, Depth and Contour intervals, marina services, Fishing tips and techniques, artificial reef coordinates, seasonality charts, quick reference fish ID, Charts are printed on waterproof, tear-resistant paper that allows you to make notes right on the chart. Size: 24" x 36" unfolded. Folds to a convenient 6" x 9" compact size.
Middle Chesapeake Bay (Pocomoke Sound to Patuxent River)
Depending on the season anglers can expect to catch a wide variety of fish, including striped bass, Atlantic croaker spot croaker, white perch, red and black drum, weakfish and flounder.
Upper Chesapeake Bay (Cove Point to Annapolis)
Upper Chesapeake Bay (Annapolis to Susquehanna River)
Nine of the state's 23 major rivers and multiple creeks, flow into the Chesapeake Bay. Not only is there an abundance of freshwater species located in this area but there is a prolific seafood harvest which includes millions of bushels of crab, oysters, clams and eels.
Ocean City Inshore (Chincoteague, VA to Fenwick Island)
The inshore waters adjoining Maryland’s Atlantic coast are rich with marine life and offer some of saltwater’s finest fishing.
Ocean City Offshore (Chincoteatgue, VA to Cape May, NJ)
Shore angling opportunities abound in this resort community. Small craft are able to maneuver and take advantage of everything this quality saltwater has to offer.