Fish Tales is currently sailing all our trips.

We will no longer be mixing different groups on the same trip.
Everyone on the boat must wear mouth/nose covering.
The vessel and equipment will be cleaned with disinfectant prior to every trip.

Prices will remain the same, but we will have a minimum cost to sail;
2 hour trip $140.00 for up to 4 persons, $35 each additional person.
4 hour trip $260.00 for up to 4 persons, $65 each additional person.
4 hour Shark $260.00 up to 3 persons, $85 each additional person.

Please use good judgment when boarding the boat. Don't gather with other groups boarding close by. Try not to park right next to people entering or exiting their vehicles at the same time. We want to make sure that the only thing that you catch on our trips are our wonderful Eastern Shore fish! Good news! The Croaker fishing wasn't great, but it was the best that we have had in years. Hopefully a good sign for next year. The Croakers are on their way out, Spot are on their way in. Trout fishing has improved over past years and should continue into the fall.

A few Redfish & Rockfish were taken this summer, the best fishing for both is in the fall. There have been some good catches of Flounder, but they have been very sporadic. Some days you hit'em, some days you don't. But that's fishing.

King fishing has been good on most days, but some days they can be hard to find. Shark fishing has been good and should continue into the fall.

On the days that weather permits, the wreck & reef fishing has been good. Trolling for Spanish Mackerel and Little Tunny has also been working.

On our Eastern Shore Adventure the clamming has been real good, crabbing has been hit or miss. There have been plenty of mussels. When the weather cooperates the fishing has been good. We see Dolphin on most trips.

We have been having a very busy year, so please call for reservations as soon as possible.

Capt. Pete


"Had a wonderful time on our fishing trip! Andrew was excellent and would definitely ask for him for next time. Learned tons and caught big fish! Thank you so much."
Kayla & Penny