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Chesapeake Bay
Striper Fishing Charters

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Captain Mike & The Miss Edie

Captain Mike Cassidy invites you to bring your family, friends and business associates to spend a fun filled day fishing aboard his 38' Classic Custom Bay Built "Miss Edie". Captain Mike runs highly productive Chesapeake Bay Striper fishing charters. Captain Mike's Chesapeake Bay charter fishing adventures are the best way to spend a day on the water with your fishing party. Mike Cassidy has over 50 years of fishing experience and has taken anglers out from all around the country. If you're looking for a Chesapeake Bay Sportfishing Charter that's close to Washington DC, Annapolis, and Baltimore you've found the right fishing boat. Captain Mike offers an exciting day of fishing for anglers of all skill levels.

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Serving

  • Maryland
  • District of Columbia
  • Virginia
  • Pennsylvania
  • Baltimore

Only 30 Minutes From Annapolis

Areas We Fish

  • Middle Chesapeake Bay
  • Chesapeake Beach
  • Kent Island
  • Eastern Bay
  • Choptank River

Less Than 45 Minutes From Baltimore & Washington DC

Capt Mike Has 50 Years Experience Fishing Stripers

Call Captain Mike - (410) 867-1663

Captain Mike Cassidy has a tried and true method for fishing in Chesapeake Bay. He begins by fishing at the end of March primarily trolling and chumming for Rockfish, whichever method works best at the time. Then in early August Bluefish start showing up in strong numbers and we catch those by chumming and trolling. Unless you request to catch a specific species we will try to catch our limit of Chesapeake Bay Rockfish. My fishing trips can be customized to your needs. Please call Captain Mike Cassidy today if you have any questions or if you want to target a specific species of fish.
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Fishing
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Daily Rates


CHARTER RATES

$
600
/boat rate
1-6 Fishermen

Full Day Of Fishing

Fishing Reports

End Of 2016 Season

December 27, 2016
Well, another exciting and very productive Striper Season is in the history books. We caught hundreds of Stripers this year with…