From Cap'n Larry Jarboe: One of the most common comments that CHESAPEAKE readers relate to me concern the fish pictures we feature in my articles about fishing. While most other writers of outdoor columns are content to hold up a fish or two, I strive for a cooler full, a full stringer, or a bucket full of fish for my effort. Many people ask how is it possible to catch so many fish in a morning or afternoon of fishing. My answer is simple. While most people focus on fishing, I concentrate on catching.
A first-person account of Chesapeake Bay bounty being harvested and provided to the national market is related by Capt. Joe Lore of Solomon's Island along with an interview with his father, Capt. J. C. Lore, Sr., from 50 years earlier. Pepper Langley relished his days of establishing his own business after his high school commencement speaker told him he had a gold mine in his backyard.
All three of The Chesapeake collection of tall tales, fishing stories, and tidewater turmoil are combined in one set.
Join us as we listen to The Chesapeake for action, fun and adventure in The Chesapeake region. Murder, Mayhem and Mystery along with blues, rockfish and Serendipity Serenades to convince fish to jump onto the hook.
Is your budget getting crunched these days? Do you want to fill the freezer with the food doctors recommend the most? Then get busy fishing...and more importantly, CATCHING, as Cap'n Larry Jarboe says. Larry will show you all of his time-tested tricks for deluding fish enough to jump right on your hook and in some cases, just jump out of the water and into your boat.
Commissioner Jerry Largent undergoes a massive change of attitude as events beyond his control propel him into taking a drastic change: to fake his own death!
What could go wrong when two young couples join a charter boat full of senior citizens on a trip to visit Fort Jefferson in the Florida Keys?