Tangier and Lower Shore Fishing Reports

Tangier and Lower Shore Fishing Reports presented by PYY Marine

Tangier, Pocomoke, and Lower Shore Fishing Report, December 4 Update:

Many anglers in the area have turned their attention to stripers on the oceanside, fishing freshwater up the tribs, or deer hunting, but there are still stripers to be caught in the Sounds. By all reports, however, most of the larger fish moved out to deeper haunts (and the specks and reds have gone MIA). The latest from Sea Hawk is of working jigging spoons over structure to put rockfish up into the upper 20s into the box.

angler holds up a striped bass caught on light tackle
Bundle up tight and get out there, there are still fish to be caught!

 

November 6, 2020
Tangier, Pocomoke, and Lower Shore Fishing Report, November 27 Update: Hi anglers, we hope you all enjoyed a fantastic Thanksgiving! Unfortunately, the bulk of the speckled trout appear to have moved out of the Sounds for the season, leaving the… Read more...
October 2, 2020
Lower Eastern Shore, Tangier, and Pocomoke Fishing Report, October 29 Update: Speckled! Trout! Even as we’re publishing the last report of October, specks are STILL in the Sounds in great numbers. And they haven’t been shy, either. The Sea Hawk… Read more...
September 4, 2020
Tangier, Pocomoke, and Lower Shore Fishing Report, September 25 Update: Anglers: due to all the blustery weather the past week, we had a tough time getting our usual data dump. Reader reports were down and several of our usual sources simply said… Read more...