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5 Popular Crabbing Spots in Chesapeake Bay

Posted by Schaefer's Canal House on 3/30/2015
Chesapeake Bay sees the most number of crabbers in summer – from 4th of July to Labor Day. But you can get there as early as April to enjoy the stillness of silky-smooth backwaters and the sound of bass catching its first meal of low-flying bugs.

4 Islands to Explore from Chesapeake City

Posted by Schaefer's Canal House on 3/8/2015
The largest estuary in North America is, without doubt, a national treasure not just for conservationists but for boating and outdoor enthusiasts alike. A complex ecosystem, Chesapeake Bay and its forests, wetlands and rivers provide home and food for myriad groups of plants and animals, particularly of the marine variety which live or migrate seasonally in the Bay and its tributaries. Because of its bounty, whether in land or at sea, Chesapeake Bay and the islands located in it or close to it, is a boater’s ideal playground. If you are looking to change scenery and get a bit closer to wildlife, the following island destinations are well worth looking into.

Crab Cakes: The Chesapeake's Culinary Gift to the World

Posted by Schaefer's Canal House on 3/8/2015 to Restaurant
Whether you come down on the side of those who believe the tastiest dish to come out of the Northeast was a product of English settlers’ adaptation of European croquette dishes to their new ingredients, or believe it to be yet another instance of Native Americans providing colonists with new food groups, everyone can agree that there’s just nothing quite like a crab cake.

Tips for Striper Fishing in Chesapeake Bay

Posted by Schaefer's Canal House on 3/7/2015
Striped bass, or stripers as they are commonly called, are the most important species of gamefish in the Chesapeake Bay between Maryland and Virginia, according to Bay preservationists who have been working to restore the striper population for more than a quarter century. Stripers are renowned for their fighting ability, good size (25-pounders are common) and excellent taste at the dinner table. Most Chesapeake Bay striper fishing is done by trolling from boats. Here are some effective strategies for hooking a monster specimen of this hard-fighting fish.

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