I got your pm but figured I would start a thread so other people can add their suggestions also. Well if you don't want to cross the Bay bridge you could go to the severn river bridge. Take the naval academy exit and follow it till you hit the bridge. Take left before bridge and park underneath it. The pier is right next to it and you should be able to get some spot, croaker, striper and maybe a few blues and a small possibility of a trout. Bait would be bloodworms, squid and some fresh spot. Also Sandy point state park is the last exit before the Bay Bridge. Follow the signs to the state park. Cost to get in would be $4 a head. That place gets crowded with tourists, swimmers and jet skis on the weekend. It is a good place to fish at sunset. The same fish can be caught there with the same baits. Over the bay bridge there is romancoke and matapeake piers. Take first exit after getting over the bridge and follow the signs. Matapeake is first pier you will see on right, and romancoke is at the end of that road. Both of those places are shallow but you should get into the same types of fish with the same types of baits. For more information check the hot spots section on the left hand side of the board. Remember the fishing has been hit and miss this year because of the weather, salinity of the bay and the oxygen levels. So you might not get much. But hopefully you get into some fish. Post your results wherever you go. Tight Lines!