The huge advantage for Baltimore or New York passengers is not to have to fly to Florida and be concerned by TSA groping at security screening as well as airline delays, cramped seats and long lines.
Unlike oysters, which build elaborate reefs, soft-shell clams burrow into the sediment where they are out of sight – and seemingly out of mind.
By Cap’n Larry Jarboe Editor THE CHESAPEAKE The best way to guarantee catching a trophy rockfish is to fish with a pro. The price for a six passenger charter boat is usually around six hundred bucks. How can a single buck insure that you have one or more big fish to brag about with pictures [...]
Jun 3 2010 | Posted in Fishing
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By Richard Pelz Special Correspondent THE CHESAPEAKE Larry Jarboe asked me to start writing about oysters. Specifically he asked me to get the facts out there. My knowledge comes from having commercially grown oysters in the Chesapeake Bay for over 25 years. Larry and I both believe oysters are the key to the Chesapeake Bay’s [...]