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  1. We had a Mom and Dad take their sons out fishing with us a while back for the younger son’s birthday and the older son wanted a fishing trip too! This time the trip was for the older son and he wanted to catch a Shark for his Birthday. We had a Beautiful Day with lite winds and calm seas which made it easier for these young anglers to master their fishing techniques. The Boys showed Mom and Dad how to catch the Flounder today. We caught 6 Flounder up to 20 inches giving Mom and Dad plenty of Fresh Flounder Fillets for Dinner. We did have a real big one get off just before it got to the net. Near the end of the morning trip the Sharks granted the Birthdays Boys wish and came to play. We caught 3 Sharpnose Sharks to play with and then were released to catch another day. We didn’t catch any Puppy Drum or Bull Reds today, but they are still here. We also caught a Spanish Mackerel, Smooth Pufferfish, Seabass and Oyster Toads. We had a lot of fun with these guys and were looking forward to fishing with them again. Lots of Fun.
  2. We had our Hard-Core Fishing Couple with us again today and they brought a close friend and mate from the Bay Princess a local party boat that they fish on regularly when they are in the mood for Party/Head Boat Fishing. We had a Beautiful Day with lite winds. This young lady of 86 wanted to get one more Flounder Trip in before it gets cold. We caught 5 Flounder today up to 22 inches and as usual this young lady caught the biggest and warmed our hearts with her Excitement and Laughter as the Big Flounder hits the deck. We also had some Big Bull Red Drum action for the boys. We landed 3 Big Reds and missed a couple of short runs. The Big Reds gave the guys a good long hard fight to remember and a chance to hone their skill of fighting Monster Fish on Light Tackle. The Biggest of the Bull Red Drums was 50 inches and Qualified for the Virginia Big Fish Citation Award. The Big Reds were all released and swam off strong to fight another day. We also had a rare for us catch of a Sting Ray (sorry no pic) and a Baby Butterfly Ray (pic posted). That was only our second Sting Ray we’ve caught in the Chesapeake Bay in over 30 years, and the smallest Butterfly Ray we’ve caught, they are usually about the size of a truck hood or bigger. Our most common Ray in the Chesapeake Bay is the Cownose Ray. We also caught Bluefish, Seabass, Smooth Puffer fish, Oyster Toads and such. Lots of fun.
  3. We had a couple fishing with us this morning who needed a distraction since their daughter just left for college. First off congratulations to them, hoorah!!! One cool observation we had out there today was it seemed to Couples Day on the Chesapeake Bay. We had two couples onboard including Me (Capt.) and my First Mate and the first 5 boats we encountered had one couple each on them. We caught 3 Bull Red Drum today. Mom caught the biggest and most, girls won today, and it was a good distraction from missing her daughter. The Big Reds were released and swam off strong to fight another day. We also caught a few nice Flounder up to 18 inches for dinner. Lots of fun
  4. Today we had a nice day and needed a bait run, so my First Mate and I took advantage of the day. It was beautiful today with light winds but the swells were bigger today with the incoming tide. We started looking for some Flounder for dinner and my First Mate caught a surprise Cobia on the first cast. We caught a few flounder, Sharks, Bluefish, Black Seabass and Oyster toads.
  5. We had our hard core fishing couple with us again this morning. The weather including Hurricane Florence had been keeping us from fishing, but when it finally looked fishable we had to go. It was a Beautiful Sunny Day. We caught 7 nice Flounder up to 18 inches and put a couple in the cooler. The Flounder were finicky and the bite was lite resulting in a few lost Flounder. We also caught a 31 inch Red Drum that wasn’t big enough for the Big Fish Virginia Citation Award ( 46 inches for Red Drum ). The Big Red may not have won a trophy but it sure gave him a fight to remember and wore him out for a bit. The Big Red was released and swam off strong to fight another day. We hooked another Big Red obviously much bigger, but after a couple long runs it pulled the hook and got away. We also caught lots of the other stuff like Oyster Toads, Seabass a piece of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation and a Strangely Odd Smiling Puffer Fish. Lots of fun.
  6. We had another Beautiful Day and needed to restock our bait. After catching a couple hundred baitfish we decided to get some more Flounder. We caught our limit again with 11 Flounder total up to 19 inches today. Today I caught the most and the biggest, I win, well I guess we both win because we are eating Flounder for dinner again. This is our new Salty Dog Daisy. We also caught the normal other stuff like little Seabass, Oyster Toads and such and got back to the dock in under 4 hours. Lots of Fun, it was another good day for the Key Dreams Crew to play.
  7. We had a Beautiful Day and no charter scheduled so I took my First Mate out fishing. It was too nice to stay at the dock. First we messed around with the Spadefish and caught our limit in 15 minutes, so then we went and caught a limit of Flounder, we caught 11 Flounder total up to 21 inches. My First Mate caught the Biggest but the Captain caught the most, call it a tie. We also caught the normal other stuff like little Seabass, Oyster Toads and such and got back to the dock in short order. Lots of Fun, it was good to have a day for us to play.
  8. We had our Hard core fishing couple out with us again today. It was a windy day out of the North East Definitely not our favorite conditions but it was cooler which is what she wanted, we tried to convince them to go Sunday. We did our best to stay in protected areas to avoid the boat from rocking. We ended up catching 8 Flounder today with a few for the box. We also got some Crazy Cobia action today. They wanted to mess around with the Spadefish but it was just too windy for us. We also caught a few Lizardfish and the normal other stuff like little Seabass, Oyster Toads and such. Lots of Fun.
  9. We had a Crazy Fun Family get the kids out fishing with us this morning. It was a beautiful day on the Chesapeake Bay with light SW winds that started off a little cloudy and cool but then got sunny and warm. We started with the Flounder and got 6 up to 19 inches and 4 in the box. The youngest one had us in stitches, he said I want to just put my fishing pole in the pole holder because I’m a lazy fisherman, then when we would catch a fish he would do the fish dance. The second half of the morning we messed around with those Crazy Fighting Spadefish and ended up putting 10 in the cooler. We also caught the normal other stuff like Oyster Toads and such. Lots of Fun.
  10. Today we had Mom and Dad get their grown Son out fishing with us for a Family Fun Flounder Fishing Trip. The winds were out of the South West which is a good wind direction for fishing the Lower Chesapeake Bay, but they were a bit stronger then we like. The Day was Beautiful and the wind made it seem not so hot but it does make fishing a bit more difficult. The waves didn’t bother these guys and we all still had a Fun time. We caught 12 Flounder today up to 20 inches and 7 for the cooler. Mom caught the Biggest Flounder today. The Son caught the most Flounder today which was payback since on the last trip his Dad caught most of the Flounder. The bite was finicky but they were there. We also caught the normal variety of the other stuff like Grey Trout, Oyster toads, and such.
  11. We had a Family Fun Fishing Trip on another Beautiful Day with calm seas and light winds on the Chesapeake Bay. We got 3 Flounder up to 19 inches and 2 in the box. We had some Exciting Mayhem with a Black Tip Shark and then briefly had a Big Red Drum Bull run that pulled off. We messed around with the Spadefish and put 8 in the Cooler. We came across a good sized Cobia that was fun for everyone to watch but frustrating because he had lock jaw. We made several attempts with the eel and other live baits, bucktail and even threw cut bait at him and he wouldn’t eat. The Cobia just wasn’t in the mood so we eventually left him be for another day. We all had fun and the young man caught his Keeper Flounder for his Boy Scout Fishing Badge. We also caught the normal other stuff like Seabass, Oyster Toads, an eel and such. Back to the Dock around noon and beat the Afternoon Thunderstorm. Lots of Fun.
  12. We had a Family Fishing trip outing that was on Grandpa’s Bucket list. It was a beautiful day with light winds and calm seas on the Chesapeake Bay. We ended up catching 9 Flounder up to 20 inches and 5 for the cooler today. We messed around with the Spadefish and ended up with 10 in the box. Grandpa was the Joke teller of the family and he got the Biggest Flounder and the Biggest Spadefish, Woo Woo Go Grandpa. We also caught the normal other stuff like little Seabass, Croaker, Oyster Toads and such. Lots of Fun.
  13. Today we had a Group of friends get out fishing with us for some Spadefish and Flounder Fishing. It was beautiful today with light winds keeping it calm on the bay today. We started with those Crazy Fighting Spadefish. It didn’t take long and they were in the groove and we caught our 8 person Boat Limit. We shifted over to Flounder Fishing and got a half dozen flounder up to 19 inches with 3 of them keepers. We also caught Bluefish and a keeper Black Seabass. We also got the Cobia Surprise and some reel screaming action. We also caught the normal variety of the other stuff like Oyster toads, small Sea bass.
  14. Today we had a Father get his sons out fishing with us for some Spadefish and Flounder Fishing. We caught some Flounder up to 19 inches and their limit of Spadefish. While Flounder fishing the younger son had a heavy one on and finally got it up and to our surprise it was a Rockfish (see picture). The older son had a nice one on fighting like a big doormat Flounder but when it got near the boat it went crazy and ran straight under the boat screaming line and got cut off by the running gear under the boat, never got a chance to see it so the Sea Monster got away this time. It was beautiful today with light winds keeping it calm on the bay today. We also caught the normal variety of the other stuff like Bluefish, Oyster toads, small Sea bass and even a surprise little Sea Donkey (Amberjack).
  15. We had a Group of Business Associates here for meeting get out fishing with Key Dreams this morning. It was a beautiful day but the South West winds were a bit stronger then we like but still fishable. We started with the Flounder again this morning which resulted in throwback flounder and toads. We picked the pace up with the Spadefish. These guys quickly got the hang of the bite and got their boat limit of 28 Spadefish for the Cooler and Catch and Released 4. Lots of Fun.
  16. We had a Mom Get her Son out for a Fun Family Fishing Trip and to celebrate his recent promotion in the Marines. It was a beautiful morning with light winds but just enough to keep it from getting hot out there on the bay most of the morning. We messed around with the Crazy Spadefish enjoying some radical rod bending and Catching our Boat limit. We fished for Flounder for a short period of time and ended putting a nice 18 incher in the box with the Spadefish. We also caught the normal other stuff like little Seabass, Oyster Toads, Skates and such. Lots of Fun.
  17. We had some regulars join us again this summer. This group of friends and family enjoyed a beautiful day on the Chesapeake Bay with light winds and calm seas. The Spadefish ended up taking center stage today catching their limit and keeping the rods bent with those Crazy Fish. When we were done with the Spadefish we went back to Flounder fishing and ended up catching 6 Flounder, 3 keepers up to 19 inches. We also caught the normal other stuff like a Shark, Skates, Croaker, Roundhead, little Seabass, Oyster Toads and such. Lots of Fun with old friends.
  18. We had a Dad get his Daughter out fishing with us this morning. It was a beautiful day with SW winds but still a bit bumpy from the East blow the previous 2 days. We ended up catching 6 Flounder up to 19 inches. We started with the Spadefish catching the boat limit and keeping the rods bent with those Crazy Fish. At the end of the day it was clear that the Daughter out fished her dad putting the majority of the fish in the box. We saw one Cobia today and got the eel on him twice but he wasn’t interested. We also caught the normal other stuff like Croaker, Roundhead, Grey Trout, little Seabass, Oyster Toads and such. Lots of Fun.
  19. When the wind blew it blew hard in all directions with short interludes of calm seas. Near the end of May the weather started to get more stable like it’s trying to get into the summer pattern, then Tropical Storm Alberto hits Florida and gives us tons of rain for the tail end of May. The Tog season was extended to May 15th giving us two more weeks to catch them up. The Croaker started bighting good around the middle of May. Flounder bight was tough but a few nice fish were caught, our largest for May was 18 inches. The Flounder bite picked up real good June 1st last year and got better as the water warmed up. Red Drum have been cruising into the Bay coming up the coast real good the last couple of weeks along with the Cobia. Cobia season opens June 1st this year. Here is a picture of a Citation Red Drum we caught. Overall we had Lots of fun with Great People.
  20. We had a Crazy Fun Family get out fishing with us this morning. It was a beautiful day with light SW winds but just enough to keep it from getting hot out there on the bay. We messed around with the Spadefish today and ended up putting their limit in the box. It was hard to break away from the Spadefish action but they wanted some Flounder too. We ended up catching a few Flounder with the time we had left. We also caught the normal other stuff like little Seabass, Oyster Toads and such and got back to the dock around noon before the afternoon heat kicked in. Lots of Fun.
  21. Today we had a Father and Son go out fishing with us for some Flounder Fishing. We caught 6 Flounder today up to 19 inches keeping only 2 for dinner today. We definitely had a couple big ones on but they shook the hook. The bite was finicky but they were there. We also got Bluefish and Grey Triggerfish for the cooler. It was beautiful today with light winds and some overcast keeping it cooler and we were back to the dock around Noon. We also caught the normal variety of the other stuff like Oyster toads, small Sea bass and such.
  22. We had a Family outing for Mom and Dad to get the Kids out fishing and catch some Flounder. I was a too windy on first scheduled day and T-Storms on the second scheduled day, but 3 was a charm and it was gorgeous and easy to fish this day. We ended up putting 8 Flounder in the box up to 22 inches. Dad was the Flounder Magnet with the magic touch catching most of the Flounder today. We all had fun, looking forward to fishing with them again next year. We also caught the normal other stuff like bluefish, Seabass, Oyster Toads and such. Back to the Dock around noon and beat the Afternoon Thunder Storms. Lots of Fun.
  23. We had our Hard core fishing couple out with us again today. It was a beautiful day with light winds but just enough to keep it from getting hot out there on the bay. We ended up catching 5 Flounder today. We messed around with some Spadefish and ended up putting some of them in the box along with a nice keeper Grey Trout. We also caught the normal other stuff like little Seabass, Oyster Toads and such. Lots of Fun.
  24. We had a Family outing for Mom and Dad to get the Kids out fishing and catch some Flounder. I was a too windy on first scheduled day and T-Storms on the second scheduled day, but 3 was a charm and it was gorgeous and easy to fish this day. We ended up putting 8 Flounder in the box up to 22 inches. Dad was the Flounder Magnet with the magic touch catching most of the Flounder today. We all had fun, looking forward to fishing with them again next year. We also caught the normal other stuff like bluefish, Seabass, Oyster Toads and such. Back to the Dock around noon and beat the Afternoon Thunder Storms. Lots of Fun.
  25. We had our Hard core fishing couple out with us again today. It was a beautiful day with light winds but just enough to keep it from getting hot out there on the bay. We ended up catching 5 Flounder today. We messed around with some Spadefish and ended up putting some of them in the box along with a nice keeper Grey Trout. We also caught the normal other stuff like little Seabass, Oyster Toads and such. Lots of Fun.
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