Make sure you check tides and try to hit it on the tide change. The high tide change is usually the best. Get ready for a good 1 to 2 hr croaker bite if you hit the tide change right. You might even get some stripers, blues and maybe even some trout too. Bring bloodworms/shrimp/squid/peelers as prime bait. Try to get a spot or two and liveline em for striper or large trout. Oh and be ready for some fun with the cownose rays during the day Good luck!
Where at in Silver Spring do you live? I stay off of georgia ave at the glen haven housing area. It should take you 2 to 2 1/2 hrs to get there. Anglers is before the bridge but I don't recommend going there. There is a baitshop not even a mile past the choptank bridge. It is called tommy's tackle. It is on the left hand side after you cross the bridge. Just look for a red colored banner around a small building and he is the last shop in the back. He's open 6 am - 8 pm except on Sunday 6 am - 10 am and 12:30pm - 4:00 pm
and Wed 6 am - 6 pm
I live where georgia and conn cross, and thank again for the info I am going to try to be at the tank around 7:30 or so, I just looked at a tide chart and if high tide is at 10:30 it should be moving early and late.
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