Mike Gibbons from Richmond Virginia with his big
doormat! He has been coming to Snug Harbor Resort for over 40 years and is one of the longest running customers.
We hope you keep coming for another 40!
Big Bob Nickel with two nice red drum he caught
off the beach. He has been coming to Snug Harbor for many years!
Alex Kuper with this incredible flattie she caught
off Chincoteague island, look what happens Steve Kuper when you take a woman fishing! You bring back dinner!
Chuck Ambrose with his giant flounder he caught drifting
by Snug Harbor. He has a Ravens shirt on but really he's a die hard Redskin fan. Go Skins!
Great catch of flatties right by the dock at Snug Harbor.
This is one of the best flounder seasons in the past 10 years. You have to know where to fish and what bait and the crew at
Snug Harbor can put you on the big ones!
Mr. Dean Zirkle is holding this incredible
flattie he caught drifting by Snug Harbor. He has been renting boats from Snug Harbor for many years and is one of our
VIP customers, he always knows where the big ones are!
This is Chuck Ambrose one of the best
fishermen from the Baltimore area with a giant flounder he caught close to Snug Harbor.
This is Mr. Jason Barschdorf with his 4.5 lb flounder
he caught by the Assateague Lighthouse.
This is Mr.& Mrs.
Brown with one of the biggest flounders ever caught along Assateague.Look at
this doormat! He was using Snug Harbor bait!
Chincoteague Island has been a great hot spot for flounder fishing this
past spring. Most of the fishermen were reporting large catches of flounder with a lot of throw backs, many of the fishermen
have stated that they haven't seen fishing like this for many years. Most boats were catching 15-20 flounder per day
with 1-3 keepers.The hot spot for the big flatties was up the Assateague Channel between the lighthouse and Tom's Cove
This is world
renowned flounder fisherman Mike Gibbons from Richmond Va. He hit the flounder hard last spring and has caught many
good size flounder just like this 4 lb flattie he caught drifting down the Assateague Channel close to the Assateague
lighthouse. I wonder if he can do it again this spring ? Mike loves fishing right after sunrise with the tide full.