Rockfish Fishing In Oxford, Maryland

Fall Fishing in Oxford, Maryland

The rockfish or striped bass as they are also known are biting off the coast of Oxford, Maryland.

For Oxford, Maryland and Chesapeake Bay fishing charters go to

For Chesapeake Bay fishing reports go to http://www.dnr.state.md.us/fisheries/fishingreport/chesapeake.asp
Here is a quote from a recent fishing report from the Choptank River.

"The Choptank River has been particularly hot since last week’s northeaster and at times the fish have really been packed in tight. The word certainly got out locally last week and everyone has been enjoying good light tackle jigging action into this week. The fish seem to be more spread out this week and at times marked fish refuse to bite but anglers report that can change in a heartbeat. Metal jigs around 2-ounces have been one of the more popular lures, although many still like bucktails of soft plastic jigs such as BKD’s or various other types of soft plastic jigs and swim shads. Braided lines on a conventional bait caster or spinning outfit with a top shot of fluorocarbon or monofilament offer the most sensitive connection to the fish below while jigging close to the bottom."

Sandaway Waterfront Lodging has bed and breakfast accommodations with a private sandy beach and two jetties for fishing. Public fishing is available at Oxford's ferry dock.

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