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Fishing in Stone Harbor
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Head out with Captain Frank for a fishing fiesta! On this trip you will be skirting around inshore and nearshore waters in search of a variety of tasty treats. Black Seabass, Spanish Mackerel, Tautog, and Bluefish are just some of the classic northeast Atlantic species you might pull up, and there's plenty more. The reefs, wrecks, and other submarine structures are teeming with life, and Captain Frank knows where to find them. Up to 6 guests can fit aboard Captain Frank's brand new state-of-the-art 22' Cape Horn center console, so bring your family and friends on this voyage. The vessel is powered by a 300hp Yamaha engine which will guide you smoothly across the inshore bays. You can bump your favorite tunes on the Bluetooth stereo system for maximum enjoyment of your day on the water. You will be using the live bait well to drop lines with baitfish. You can troll, bottom fish, or sight cast using light or heavy tackle. It all depends on what you want to catch. Captain Frank will provide all the rods, reels, live bait, and tackle necessary for a successful trip. You just need to bring snacks and drinks, as well as appropriate clothing. Also, bring a cooler to keep your catch fresh on the drive home. Sunscreen and a hat are always key to staying protected from the sun, but other than that you don't need much to have a blast! Read More

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If you've never experienced the action of nighttime bowfishing, this trip might be for you! Captain Greg has thirty years of experience helping his clients whack fish on the rivers around The Eastern Shore, and he knows exactly where all the local hot spots are. You can target a range of species on this trip, so whether you're aiming to fill your cooler, nail a trophy fish, or both, Captain Greg has got you covered. The species you're most likely to see on this nighttime adventure are Carp, Gar, and Snakehead—an invasive species of predatory freshwater fish originally from East Asia. All of these fish are active at night, and make perfect bowfishing targets! You'll be shooting from the deck of Captain Greg's 26' Long Beach custom, which sports three individual engines—a 115 HP Suzuki, plus two 25 HP kicker engines—as well as a trolling motor to sneak up on your quarry. She's a shallow-draft boat, which allows you to cruise around the shallow flats with ease. This vessel also has a Cobia tower, which is extremely useful for spotting fish at night. There's no need for sunglasses, hats, or sunscreen on this night trip—just bring a smile and get ready to shoot some fish! Read More

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trip description for Full day Fishing Trip - 40’ Evans in Reedville

Hop on board with Captain Buck and spend a day exploring the beautiful Chesapeake waters around Reedville, VA! Use a variety of different fishing techniques to chase down some Cobia, Redfish and the coveted Striped Bass on this all-day fishing experience. Whatever approach you use, Captain Buck will put you in the best position to hunt down that trophy fish with his years of experience. His spacious and comfortable 40' Evans boat comes with tons of amenities and has the equipment you need for that next big catch! All rods, tackle, reels and bait are included. Captain Buck even has you covered on your fishing licenses. All you need to bring if some food and drinks and you're ready for your adventure. Read More

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trip description for Mahi/Wahoo on the Troll in Cape May

Hop on board with Captain Mark for memorable day on the Atlantic! Cape May provides plenty of exciting fishing opportunites with direct access to the Delaware Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. With Captain Mark you'll get to explore it all while you troll the open waters. On this 10-hour trip, Captain Mark will take you to the nearshore wrecks and reefs or up to 40 miles offshore where you’ll be fishing for exciting species such as Bigeye Tuna, Bluefin Tuna, Bonito, King Mackerel, False Albacore, Mahi Mahi, Skipjack Tuna, and Wahoo. To attract these picture-worthy fish you can use a variety of methods, although the focus of this trip is trolling. Trolling trips are great because the boat and the knowledge of your captain take care of half the work for you. You get to sit back, relax, enjoy the sweet sea breeze, and rest your arms while you wait for the reel to start screaming and your work to begin! You’ll be fishing aboard a 39' Downeast sportfisher that can hold up to 6 guests. Powered by a 550 HP Detroit engine, this vessel will have no problem getting you to the deep waters with plenty of time left to fish! She comes complete with GPS, Fishfinder, a Live Bait Well, Outriggers, and an Ice Box to store your catches. There's even an on board bed and restroom for your comfort. Captain Mark will provide all rods, reels, tackle and live bait. All you need to bring is polarized sunglasses, sunscreen, a hat, and any food or drinks you might want on the water. Book your trip today and get ready to reel in some big ones! Read More

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trip description for Screaming Drag Surf Fishing in Stone Harbor

Get down to the beach for a perfect day of casting and catching out of Stone Harbor, NJ! This surf fishing trip is great for families! Depending on what you want to catch, you can take home lots of great eating fish, or go after bigger sharks and rays that will pull your arms out of their sockets! If you want to fish while also getting to enjoy the beach, this is the trip for you. Get out there and have some fun! Read More

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If you've never experienced the action of nighttime bowfishing, this trip might be for you! Captain Greg has thirty years of experience helping his clients whack fish on the rivers around The Eastern Shore, and he knows exactly where all the local hot spots are. You can target a range of species on this trip, so whether you're aiming to fill your cooler, nail a trophy fish, or both, Captain Greg has got you covered. The species you're most likely to see on this nighttime adventure are Carp, Gar, and Snakehead—an invasive species of predatory freshwater fish originally from East Asia. All of these fish are active at night, and make perfect bowfishing targets! You'll be shooting from the deck of Captain Greg's 26' Long Beach custom, which sports three individual engines—a 115 HP Suzuki, plus two 25 HP kicker engines—as well as a trolling motor to sneak up on your quarry. She's a shallow-draft boat, which allows you to cruise around the shallow flats with ease. This vessel also has a Cobia tower, which is extremely useful for spotting fish at night. There's no need for sunglasses, hats, or sunscreen on this night trip—just bring a smile and get ready to shoot some fish! Read More

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Head out with Captain Greg for an action-packed evening of saltwater nighttime bowfishing! This trip is perfect for those who want to go after a range of species in a way that few fishermen have tried. On this trip, you'll be bowfishing the inshore bays off of Ocean City , MD. This area is home to several species that make perfect bowfishing targets, including giant Cownose Rays and Butterfly Rays, Flounder, and the long, skinny Houndfish (sometimes called a "crocodile needlefish"). This is not your ordinary bowfishing trip! You'll be shooting from the deck of Captain Greg's 24' Long Beach custom, which sports three individual engines—a 115 HP Suzuki, plus two 25 HP kicker engines—as well as a trolling motor to sneak up on your quarry. She's a shallow-draft boat, which allows you to cruise around the shallow flats with ease. This vessel also has a Cobia tower, which is extremely useful for spotting fish at night. There's no need for sunglasses, hats, or sunscreen on this night trip—just bring a smile and get ready to whack some fish! Read More

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Everything to Know About Booking a Fishing Charter in Ocean Pines

What are the best fishing charters in Ocean Pines?

Why should I book a fishing charter in Ocean Pines with Captain Experiences?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 4 trip in Ocean Pines: Giant Butterfly Ray Bowfishing guided by Greg.

Our guides in Ocean Pines are rated a 5 out of 5 based on 3251 verified reviews on Captain Experiences.

All guides on Captain Experiences are licensed, insured, and vetted by our team. You can access their reviews, click through trip photos, read bios to get to know them, and preview trip details like species, techniques, group sizes, boat specs and more.

Looking for kid friendly charters / fishing lessons in Ocean Pines? Check out our beginner and family friendly charters in Ocean Pines.

What types of fishing charters are common in Ocean Pines?

Deep Sea fishing is the most popular type of fishing in Ocean Pines as well as inshore fishing, nearshore fishing, and river fishing.

The most commonly sought after species in Ocean Pines are: 1. striped bass, 2. weakfish, 3. fluke, 4. bluefish, and 5. ray.

The most common fishing techniques in Ocean Pines are artificial lure fishing, light tackle fishing, and jigging but live bait fishing and trolling are popular as well.

How much do Ocean Pines fishing charters cost?

Prices in Ocean Pines can range anywhere from about $335 to $1,300, but the average price for a half day trip in Ocean Pines is $522. The average price for a full day trip in Ocean Pines is $1,217.

Is booking a fishing guide worth the money?

Hiring a guide provides a number of benefits and many choose to book a fishing guide for a combination of experience, local knowledge, convenience, and cost-effectiveness.

Working with experienced fishing guides who know the best local spots and techniques can dramatically increase your odds of a great day. Having someone who is on the water every day and knows the area like the back of their hand is going to give you the best chances of success.

Booking a guide is also more cost effective, especially if you only get out a handful of times per year. When you consider all of the costs you would incur on your own such as the price of a boat, maintenance, insurance, gas, high-quality gear and tackle, repairs, and more, you’ll find that DIY is sometimes not worth the expense.

Even if you’ve got a great setup already in your home waters, booking a guide also provides a great opportunity to experience new techniques, new locations, or even a chance at a new target species to knock off the bucket list.

What month is best for fishing in Ocean Pines?

The most popular season for fishing in Ocean Pines is summer, and most anglers book their trips 9 days in advance.

Do I need a Ocean Pines fishing license and what are the bag limits in Ocean Pines?

See here for more information on fishing licenses in Ocean Pines, bag limits for target species, and fishing season regulations in Ocean Pines. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations in Ocean Pines.

What is fishing in Ocean Pines all about?

Fishing in Ocean Pines, Maryland, offers anglers a delightful blend of coastal beauty and abundant aquatic life. Situated along the scenic waterways of Maryland's Eastern Shore, Ocean Pines provides access to a diverse range of fishing environments, from tranquil freshwater lakes and ponds to brackish marshes and the vast expanse of the nearby Atlantic Ocean. Whether casting a line from shore, exploring the intricate network of water channels by kayak, or heading offshore on a charter boat, anglers can expect thrilling opportunities to hook into a variety of fish species year-round.

One of the highlights of fishing in Ocean Pines is the chance to target a wide array of both freshwater and saltwater species. Freshwater enthusiasts can enjoy casting for largemouth bass, bluegill, and crappie in the community's numerous lakes and ponds, while those drawn to saltwater fishing can explore the nearby coastal bays and ocean waters teeming with flounder, striped bass, bluefish, and more. The diverse habitats and abundance of fish make Ocean Pines a haven for anglers of all preferences and skill levels, promising exciting opportunities for both seasoned fishermen and beginners alike.

In addition to its fantastic fishing opportunities, Ocean Pines offers a range of amenities and activities to enhance the angling experience. Anglers can take advantage of convenient boat launches, fishing piers, and marinas scattered throughout the community, providing easy access to the water and plenty of opportunities to cast a line. After a rewarding day on the water, fishermen can relax and unwind at one of Ocean Pines' many waterfront restaurants, where they can savor fresh seafood dishes and toast to their fishing adventures against the backdrop of Maryland's stunning coastal scenery.

What are the most popular months to fish in Ocean Pines?

Fishing seasons in Ocean Pines, Maryland, are characterized by the ebb and flow of migratory patterns and environmental conditions, offering anglers a dynamic and ever-changing landscape to explore throughout the year. Spring heralds the awakening of aquatic life as temperatures warm and fish begin their annual spawning migrations. Anglers eagerly await the arrival of striped bass, also known as rockfish, as they migrate up the coastal bays and rivers to spawn, presenting prime opportunities for anglers to hook into these prized game fish. As the waters come alive with activity, fishermen also target species like flounder, bluefish, and black drum, setting the stage for a fruitful spring fishing season.

Summer in Ocean Pines brings with it a bounty of fishing opportunities as anglers take to the water to enjoy the long days and warmer temperatures. The coastal bays and estuaries teem with life, providing ample opportunities to target a variety of species including flounder, croaker, and spot. Whether casting lines from shore, exploring the backwaters by kayak, or venturing offshore on a charter boat, summer offers anglers of all preferences and skill levels the chance to reel in a memorable catch. As the season progresses, anglers can also look forward to the arrival of Spanish mackerel and other migratory species, adding to the excitement of summer fishing in Ocean Pines.

As autumn settles over Ocean Pines, the fishing scene undergoes a subtle transformation, mirroring the changing colors of the landscape. Cooler temperatures trigger migrations of various fish species, offering anglers a chance to pursue seasonal favorites such as speckled trout, red drum, and striped bass. The quieter waters of fall provide a serene backdrop for fishing excursions, with the crisp air and vibrant foliage adding to the allure of a day spent casting lines. Whether fishing from a boat along the coastal bays or wading in the shallows of a nearby river, autumn in Ocean Pines offers a final opportunity to savor the joys of fishing before winter's chill sets in.

What types of fishing are popular in Ocean Pines?

In Ocean Pines, Maryland, anglers have the luxury of exploring a variety of fishing techniques, each offering its own unique experience and challenges. One popular method is freshwater fishing, which allows anglers to cast their lines into the calm waters of the community's numerous lakes and ponds. Here, fishermen can target species like largemouth bass, bluegill, and crappie, enjoying the peaceful serenity of the freshwater environment while honing their skills. Whether fishing from the shore, a dock, or a boat, freshwater enthusiasts in Ocean Pines can find ample opportunities to reel in a memorable catch.

For those drawn to saltwater fishing, Ocean Pines provides access to the nearby coastal bays and the vast expanse of the Atlantic Ocean, offering a wealth of opportunities to pursue a diverse range of marine species. From casting lines off the community's fishing piers to venturing offshore on a charter boat, anglers can target species such as flounder, striped bass, bluefish, and black drum. Whether fishing from the surf, exploring the marshes and backwaters, or trolling in deeper waters, saltwater enthusiasts in Ocean Pines can enjoy thrilling angling adventures against the stunning backdrop of Maryland's coastal scenery.

Another popular fishing technique in Ocean Pines is fly fishing, which combines elements of skill, finesse, and artistry. Fly fishermen can ply their craft in both freshwater and saltwater environments, using lightweight flies to mimic the natural movements of insects or small baitfish. The coastal bays and rivers surrounding Ocean Pines provide ideal conditions for fly fishing, with opportunities to target species such as striped bass, speckled trout, and red drum. Whether casting to rising fish in a secluded creek or presenting a fly to cruising game fish in the shallows, fly fishing in Ocean Pines offers a unique and immersive angling experience for those willing to embrace the challenge.

What species are popular in Ocean Pines?

In Ocean Pines, Maryland, anglers are spoiled for choice when it comes to the variety of fish species they can target throughout the year. One of the most sought-after catches in the area is the striped bass, locally known as rockfish, which migrates through the coastal bays and rivers during the spring and fall seasons. These powerful and prized game fish provide thrilling angling opportunities for fishermen of all skill levels. Whether casting from shore, trolling in the bay, or venturing offshore, anglers in Ocean Pines can test their mettle against the striped bass's formidable strength and agility.

Another popular species among anglers in Ocean Pines is the flounder, known for its delicate flavor and challenging fight. Found in the shallow waters of the coastal bays and estuaries, flounder are ambush predators that lie in wait for unsuspecting prey. Anglers employ a variety of techniques, including bottom fishing with bait rigs or jigging with artificial lures, to entice these elusive flatfish. As temperatures warm in the summer months, flounder fishing reaches its peak, drawing enthusiasts eager to hook into these prized catches.

In addition to striped bass and flounder, Ocean Pines offers opportunities to target a wide range of other species, each adding its own excitement to the angling experience. From feisty bluefish and black drum to tasty croaker and spot, the waters surrounding Ocean Pines teem with life year-round. Whether fishing from shore, exploring the backwaters by kayak, or venturing offshore on a charter boat, anglers can expect a rewarding fishing adventure filled with action, excitement, and the chance to reel in a memorable catch.

What are the best places to fish in Ocean Pines?

Ocean Pines, Maryland, offers a plethora of excellent fishing spots, catering to anglers of all preferences and skill levels. One standout destination is the South Gate Pond, located within the Ocean Pines community. This picturesque freshwater pond is stocked regularly with a variety of fish species, including largemouth bass, bluegill, and catfish, making it an ideal spot for families and beginners. Anglers can enjoy fishing from the shore or casting lines from the convenient fishing pier, surrounded by tranquil natural beauty and the sounds of chirping birds.

Another prime fishing location in Ocean Pines is the Isle of Wight Bay, which borders the community and provides access to productive saltwater fishing grounds. Anglers can explore the bay's shallow flats, marshy shorelines, and deeper channels in search of species such as flounder, striped bass, and bluefish. Whether fishing from a kayak, boat, or the shoreline, Isle of Wight Bay offers a wealth of opportunities for anglers to test their skills and reel in a memorable catch against the backdrop of Maryland's stunning coastal scenery.

For those seeking offshore adventures, nearby Ocean City provides access to the Atlantic Ocean's vast fishing grounds, just a short drive from Ocean Pines. Charter boats departing from Ocean City's marinas offer guided fishing trips targeting trophy-sized game fish such as tuna, marlin, and mahi-mahi. Whether trolling offshore for pelagic species or bottom fishing for reef dwellers, anglers can enjoy thrilling angling adventures in the open sea, with experienced captains and crews on hand to ensure a safe and successful outing. With its diverse range of fishing opportunities, Ocean Pines truly offers something for every angler to enjoy.

Other things to do in Ocean Pines

Ocean Pines, Maryland, is more than just a haven for fishing enthusiasts—it's a vibrant community offering a diverse range of activities and attractions to enjoy beyond the water's edge. Nature lovers can immerse themselves in the scenic beauty of the area by exploring the network of walking and biking trails that wind through the community and surrounding natural areas. The Ocean Pines Nature Area, with its serene ponds, wooded paths, and abundant wildlife, provides the perfect backdrop for outdoor adventures, birdwatching, and peaceful nature walks.

Golf enthusiasts will find plenty to love in Ocean Pines, which boasts several top-notch golf courses catering to players of all skill levels. Whether teeing off amid lush fairways and manicured greens at the Ocean Pines Golf & Country Club or enjoying a round with picturesque views of the bay at the River Run Golf Club, golfers can enjoy a challenging and rewarding experience against the backdrop of Maryland's coastal landscapes. After a day on the links, golfers can relax and unwind at the clubhouses, which offer dining options, pro shops, and other amenities.

Ocean Pines also offers a variety of recreational facilities and amenities to keep visitors entertained. Families can spend the day at the Ocean Pines Beach Club, where they can swim, sunbathe, and play beach volleyball on the sandy shores of the Isle of Wight Bay. The community's parks and playgrounds provide opportunities for picnicking, sports, and outdoor fun for all ages. Additionally, Ocean Pines hosts a variety of community events and activities throughout the year, including concerts, festivals, and farmers' markets, ensuring there's always something exciting happening in this vibrant coastal community.

Does Ocean Pines have good fishing?

Ocean Pines, Maryland, offers a variety of fishing opportunities thanks to its proximity to both freshwater and saltwater bodies. Located near the Atlantic Ocean and several inland waterways, Ocean Pines is a favorable spot for anglers looking to explore diverse fishing environments. Nearby Ocean City provides access to deep-sea fishing adventures in the Atlantic, where anglers can target offshore species like tuna, marlin, and mahi-mahi depending on the season and weather conditions.

In addition to ocean fishing, Ocean Pines is close to the Isle of Wight Bay and the Sinepuxent Bay, which are known for their abundant marine life. These bays are excellent for fishing for species such as striped bass, bluefish, flounder, and croaker throughout the year. Local fishing charters and marinas in Ocean City and nearby areas offer convenient access to these productive waters, catering to both experienced anglers and beginners alike.

The fishing seasons in Ocean Pines vary, with each season offering unique opportunities and challenges. Spring and fall are typically good times for striped bass and bluefish, while summer brings flounder and other species into the shallower waters. Whether fishing from a boat, pier, or shoreline, Ocean Pines provides a welcoming environment for anglers to enjoy their favorite pastime surrounded by scenic coastal landscapes and abundant fishing opportunities.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Highly knowledgeable guide and hard working mate. Capt. Buck and Rodney provided top notch guiding and service and, in spite of foul weather, kept us on the bite throughout the day. Highly recommended by a seasoned fisherman.

    William C. with Buck S. of Reedville, Virginia

  • ★★★★★
    Excellent all around

    W.gary L. with Frank B. of Stone Harbor, New Jersey

  • ★★★★★
    Frank clearly knows these waterways and is a true master of Stone Harbor / Cape May. He took us to 7 spots in 4 hours to find the fish and even stayed out with us longer than the original length of the trip. It also seems like he really cares about his customers and was great with the more green members of our group. Would easily book another trip next time we're in the area. --Attison with Captain Experiences

    Attison B. with Frank B. of Stone Harbor, New Jersey

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