Gone Fish’n – The Boatress Ain’t Done Boating Just Yet!

The Boatress Loves to go fish’n!

If you are easily pissed by not featuring wood boats today, you may want to move on and go visit a lumber yard, cause today we are talk’n fish’n. See it’s Rock Fishing Season here in Reedville and yesterday was a perfect day out on the Chesapeake Bay. A little windy, but 50 degrees and a great family gathering that the Boatress put together with the best of the Bay, David Fisher of Fishers Bay Charters. We went “hunting” for the schools in the morning, and man oh man, David found the fish!

heading out early

The Navy was out there as well

The Fall Colors of Reedville

Dave having some fun


Reedville is ” Virginia’s Working Fishing Village”

Kelsey and Suzy Two waiting to fish!

Inge and Martin enjoying the sunny cold weather. Visiting from Boulder Colorado

This crowd come prepared.


These Birds can find the fish!

Birds=Fish! Simple


FISH ON! Wayne is working

The Boatress reeling in a Rock

Kelsey watching her line

BAM, the first keeper! 21 inches

Okay, things started getting silly.

Heidi, Suzy Two, and Inge all pulling in fish

Dave heading out for larger fish

Rolling sea!

Game on again!

Small ones go back! The size limit is 20 inches.

But big ones are out there. 33 inches. Inge nailed it. Here with Mark

WOOOHOOO – The largest fish of the fall so far according to Dave Fisher


Photo op

The official shot

Inge ruled the day – Inge is Suzy Two’s Mom

Heidi enjoying the sun and watching the lines

Kelsey AKA the Fish Slayer brought in 5 keepers

The Boatress was having a fantastic time

Suzy Two Enjoying it all – All the way from Berlin Germany

Right at the limit. KEEPER

Dang, that one was a little too small.

Okay, not sure whats going on here

Martin and Inge enjoying the ride back

Martin watching a line move. FISH ON!

The Boatress jumps in

A keeper

Kelsey and Suzy Two

WHAT A DAY! – Over 200 Fish caught, with 12 Keepers and a whopping 33 incher.

We completed the day at the Crazy Crab, where the owner cooked up the Rock Fish Northern Neck style. Man oh man that is some amazing fish!

13 replies
  1. Jim Staib
    Jim Staib says:

    Fishing pretty much over with here till the water gets really hard. Jaxon was walking me on the first day of Bambi season when we found one taking a nap in the back of a truck.

  2. Mark
    Mark says:

    Sniffin’ varnish today. Had to put a tarp down to keep the melting snow from evaporating and the condensating on the ceiling.


    When we go to gull lake we always get a guide and go fishin,last trip 28 bass 2 to 6lb in 3 hrs,tme before went for walleye not as many but bigger,live on lake here never fish too busy BILL

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