Sportfishing the Chesapeake Bay with Captain Randy Dean

Sportfishing the Chesapeake Bay with the

MEET THE CAPTAINS

Captain Randy Dean

grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland and spent most of his summers returning to his birthplace of West Virginia.  In West Virginia, Randy stayed with his grandmother and fished day after day on the Meadow River.

 

To support his fishing addiction, he collected Coke bottles and sold them to the local super market.  Then Randy would then take the money to the town barbershop, which also doubled as a tackle shop, to buy different types of lures and baits.

 

Not much has changed since his childhood, he still experiments with different ideas to catch fish and lucky for him  -  now he gets paid to do it!

FISHING CHARTERS

Captain Ryan Dean

 

 

Captain John Faulkner

Top Hook: Captain Randy Dean

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April 12, 2016

 

I’d heard about Captain Randy Dean years before I’d actually met him. I’d heard some of his customers compliment him on his ability to put them on fish, his collegiate demeanor and chops as a professional skipper. In the years since, I’ve not only had the pleasure to wet a line with him, but I also consider him a friend . . .

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NOTE FROM RANDY

I was just sitting here thinking that the fishing last year was simply amazing.  All  I can say is WOW, it doesn't get any better than that - check out the pics on our website.

 

For you light-tackle fishermen, don't forget I start live-lining and drum fishing the last week of May into the first week of June and will continue live-lining to the fall.  Reserve your dates as early as possible, as last year we were completely booked in a matter of weeks.

 

Don't wait until it's too late - call me today and book your next trip on the Bay.

 

Remember this is a wonderful way to spend time with your family and friends - create those lasting memories.  Kids absolutely love it and the best part about the youngsters - is that its FREE FOR THOSE 12 AND UNDER.

 

Now let's go fishing!  I look forward to hearing from you soon!