On a chilly, rainy day late last October, Shaun went fishing with some friends out in the Chesapeake Bay. At the time, I thought he was certifiably nuts. Why would anyone voluntarily spend their Saturday afternoon being cold, wet, and beaten up by the wind?
But the guys ignored the weather and motored out in search of the day’s catch – rockfish. Despite the weather they found great success, hauling in their limit for the boat within a few hours. It was just off of Bloody Point on Kent Island where they began reeling ‘em in, catching some good sized fish.