Monday, September 16, 2013

Red Drum caught near Marina jetties

Here is the picture of the 20" red drum caught by my brother in law
Mark Brown on my boat August 31 on squid. He caught it just outside
of the mouth of the marina to the right where the shell bed is. We
fish that bed quite a bit and it produces. We are still debating on
the boatel and it is always a pleasure speaking with you. Jay

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Black drum citation!

David Shearwood with a citation 62.1 lb. black drum. David is
pictured with his two grand children!

Rock Fish

Get ready they are out there !

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Andy Andrews and Freddie Garrett with one of four red drum caught at Bowlers Wharf on curly tale grubs.

Monday, August 12, 2013

Matt Hamilton' Parker 2300 DV

Matt dropped in for his 20 hour service with his new 2300 DV Parker
he recently purchased from Garrett's Marina. Also showing off his
new custom T-Top with a hard top ! Matt loves fly fishing on the
Eastern Shore of Virginia.... Congrats Matt !

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Parker Boat plant visit!

Sent from my iPhoneResidents of Tappahannock along with local Parker dealer Louis Muse,
owner of Garrett's Marina visit Parker Boat Company while vacationing
in Beaufort NC.

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Nice red drum

The big news again this summer around Garrett's Marina is red drum fishing. Anglers as far up the Rappahannock as Tappahannock are hauling in fish in the 18" to 26" range in abundance. Bottom rigs with squid or casting Gulp shrimp seem to be the most popular programs. Pictured here is Jr. captain Thompson holding two 20" reds.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Fishing update from Wes Blow

Striper season was less than great but I did catch my personal best.
A 52 pounder eeling at the CBBT at night of December 23rd. The next
day I took my wife Amy speck fishing and she caught her first ever
citation fish of any species a 25.5 release citation. I had some
really good speck days in December and January catching over 50 fish
several days. One day, a friend and I had about 60 fish and 25 were
over 21 inches. Many were speck citations all but one released this
season - one friend was just short of a release citation but a few
ounces over weight citation. Recently I have been tog fishing on a
friends bigger boat, I have not been able to get to the fish because
of the wind with my boat. I have caught a 13 pound tog and released a
25 incher for a citation that weighed 10 pounds on the boat scale.
Hoping to get out this Wednesday on my boat. I have about 356 hours
on it now..... Wes Blow