Maryland Fishing Report: Sept. 16, 2020

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Crabs are filling out from last week’s big shed and are at their seasonal peak size and abundance. Reports from all regions of the bay speak of bountiful catches of heavy crabs.

Fishing for a mix of striped bass, Spanish mackerel, and bluefish continues to be good this week but with water temperatures dropping into the mid-70 degree mark, it is possible the Spanish mackerel will not stick around for long.

Anglers in the lower bay are targeting a wide variety of species — striped bass, Spanish mackerel, cobia, red drum, bluefish, and speckled trout, as well as bottom fishing for flounder, spot, and white perch. Read more.

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